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Contour Corded White Fixed length Curtain track (L)270 cm
- Ready assembled
- Fixings supplied
- Recommended for All internal rooms
Features and Benefits
- Suitable for straight windows
- Easy fit, top or face fix keylock supports.
- Discreet internal pully housing system for neat appearance & smooth action.
- Master carrier with overlap arms to block out light
- Child Safety P Clip Cord Tensioner Included - tested to EN13120 standards.
|Length (cm)||270 cm|
|Maximum load||6 kg|
|Suitable for||Medium to heavyweight curtains|
|Care instructions||Wipe clean with a soft cloth|
Very good product - fits perectly
Tru1 - 1 year ago
Bought rail to fit part bay window for an extremely heavy curtain. Took a while to bend the track and fit but definitely worth the time. Had already tried an alternative rail that could not cope with the curtain weight so extremely pleased with the product and overall quality. Definitely worth the extra cost. Could do with a few extra curtain runners for the rail length.
Single closing curtains?
langsett1 - 1 year ago
On the description implies that the corded operation can be from either end. This is not the case. Each curtain must be drawn separately using different cords. I am going to remove the cords and use them manually (if you use them manually with the cords still attached they snag up).This means it was totally pointless buying a corded rail in the first place. Do not waste your money on this product.
Steer clear of these
phtm117 - 2 years ago
This track is two pieces even though it says one. The plastic mounts flimsy and screws and plugs pretty useless. The worst aspect however has to be the most ridiculous pull cord which for each curtain. The whole point of a pull cord is make closing easier. Don't waste money on this product.
Anonymous - 3 years ago
I fit a lot of curtain track in rented houses as part of my work and this is quite simply a very poor product.
To start with, don't be fooled into thinking that when you pull the cord it opens or closes the curtains simultaneously - it doesn't! You have a cord at each end, it draws one curtain and then you have to go to the other end to draw the other half. That's ok if you have the room but in many cases people will have furniture at one end and cannot access the other cord as easily.
Then you have the extremely cheap quality cord - it doesn't stretch an inch or so, it stretches a considerable amount, so if you have fixed the child proof guides to the wall then they become ineffective due to the stretched loop of cord left hanging!
Furthermore, due to the design of the fixings, they cannot be hidden behind the rail, so you see the brackets clearly above it - they can of course be hidden with a pelmit but other better makes manage to avoid the need to do that. If you try to turn the brackets upside down to hide hem behind the rail, they snag the curtain runner and will not operate.
Not expensive but still a waste of money for what they are. I refuse to buy them any more, fitted six but that is it, I either search for Swish or use other no corded makes, I'll never use these inferior products again.
Very difficult to bend
rosieposie161 - 3 years ago
We bought two of these rails, for our bay windows. They took around 3 hours each to fit! Not at all easy to bend. Wish we'd used plastic instead.