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GoodHome Athens Grey Brushed nickel effect Metal Long double Curtain pole bracket
- Compatible with Compatible with 16/19/28mm curtain poles
- Guarantee - 2 years
Features and benefits
This long double extendable wall bracket allows you to hang 2 poles and layer your curtains. It's compatible with our 16 / 19 / 28 mm diameter Athens poles.
- For a smooth installation choose the same diameter poles, brackets and finials
- The open bracket design allows you to quickly and efficiently remove your curtains when they are ready to be washed or replaced.
- This bracket comes in a pack of 1 to cater for all your projects
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CARRIED AWAY BY A CONCEPT -
202020202020 - 1 month ago
They were displayed in store and I thought it would be great to hang my curtains and sheer voile on. But what should have been a simple DIY project has in fact turned out to be the WORST DIY experience of my LIFE. I don't know how you tested these before they were put in store but the concept simply does not work.
I bought one pole and two glass Kimlos finials in store, then I came home to order 4 of these brackets (to balance the weight of fabric lined curtains and voile), along with the other smaller pole to fit the product, which are displayed but not available in store, frustratingly.
Where do I start. Well, this product. It comes without screws. Wonder why. Try and find a screw that will fit the tiny holes but will simultaneously hold the weight of two curtains. Bear in mind the bracket itself is a weight because it juts out to hold two poles. So several screw disasters later, (owing to not being able to take the weight of only one pair of curtains), followed by a half an hour in screw fix with a specialist trying to find a small enough anchor bolt to fit through the small holes (didn't find one), and another trip to B and Q to purchase heavy duty chemical poly mortar whatnot to bond the screws in place to the wall, and a huge mastic mess later then dar daaaar - the curtains can be held up. Shame about the glass kimlos finials that do not fit properly into the poles but I will write another review about those in a minute.
If only you had sold screws with this product and provided information as to the maximum weight bearing load. Nice idea but total rubbish, stressful, costly and time-consuming.