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Colours Cupidon Stainless steel effect Extendable Curtain pole (L)200-300 cm

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Product Details

Product Information

  • Easy assembly
  • Fixings & matching curtain rings supplied
  • Recommended for Bedrooms & living areas

Features and Benefits

    Technical Specifications

    RangeCupidon
    FinishStainless steel effect
    ExtendableExtendable
    Length (cm)360 cm
    Maximum load12 kg
    MaterialIron
    Diameter (mm)25mm
    Weight (g)3000g
    Suitable forHeavy weight curtains
    Care instructionsWipe clean with a soft cloth
    Adjustment typeCut to size
    Product code5052931395552

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    3.62 / 5(8 reviews)

    Looks pretty stylish

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    Weegie1 - 6 months ago

    I'm happy with this pole, the second one I've bought. One uses the supplied rings, whilst the other has curtains with "built-in" rings (a better solution for this pole, as it "sounds" better as the curtains are being closed or opened).
    However, I've noticed a few previous comments about the telescopic joint between the two sides of the pole snagging the curtain rings when closing them. There is a solution to this, which the installation instructions unfortunately don't mention. You just need a hacksaw and a small file!
    Basically, once you've extended the pole to the correct length, the joint between the two parts of the pole is going to be somewhere in the middle of where, say, your right-hand curtain gets drawn along, causing the problem when trying to close that curtain. All that's required is to ensure that the joint is in the *centre* of the completed pole. If you're going to affix the central support bracket, so much the better, since that will hide the joint completely.
    All you have to do is extend the pole to its correct length, then measure from the central support bracket to the joint. That is the amount that you have to cut off of the larger-diameter end of the pole. You only need to make that one cut, with a hacksaw. You don't need to cut the other end, as the excess will be telescoped inside the larger-diameter pole. It took me about 15 minutes of sawing, and then a little filing to smooth off the edges (although the replaced filial would cover that anyway, but I like to be neat), and Bob's your uncle - joint in the middle, and no snagging of curtain rings!

    Great helpful staff and curtain pole

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    GIlkie - 9 months ago

    Really pleased with this pole which has no joins, I have one or two that extend and they are awful to pull your curtains! This one super.

    Hopeless !

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    Hogin12 - 1 year ago

    We will have to replace the 3 poles we have purchased. The join in the pole stops the curtain from being drawn and need a tall person to get hold of the rings to move them along. My wife cannot reach them.The join where the 2 poles overlap is an obstacle and the edges are also rough.The rings scrape the metal making a tinny sound.
    Overall, useless.

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    PaulClaire - 1 year ago

    Work great but did not need the rings, easy to install

    Not the best

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    Belper - 1 year ago

    The rail looks good but the joint after the pole has been extended makes it difficult for the curtain rings to slide over it. Over all not the best of rails.

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