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jcpenney.com | JCPenney Home™ Prescott Double 1" Adjustable Curtain Rod

JCPenney Home™ Prescott Double 1" Adjustable Curtain Rod

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  • 48 - 86"
  • 86 - 120"

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Accommodate the width of your windows with this easy-to-install, adjustable double curtain rod.

 
  • back rod is ideal for hanging sheers
  • 1" diameter front rod; ⅝" diameter back rod
  • simply shorten or extend the telescoping rods
  • rod length excludes finials; allow 3.97" clearance for front rod and 1.53" clearance for back rod

Steel with aluminum brackets. Imported.
 

Rated 4 out of 5 by What I neeeded Simple, traditional design curtain rod that I used above the windows in the dining room, living room and family room. I purchased 6 rods (3 double and 3 single) in two different sizes for use and have hung them all now. Being able to select the color was key for me so I could match the rods to the rest of the rooms' decor. The only words of caution I would give to others when purchasing & installing are: 1) Do not intend to use the rods to their maximum length unless placing light weight fabric on them because more expanded the rod gets, the weaker it is in the middle. Plan on having at least 2 to 3 inches of overlap of the inner rod and outter rod for stability and preventing a sag in the middle. 2) When installing the brackets, do not place them too close to the window trim because the curtains can't cover the brackets leaving the window trim work exposed (not attractive). January 26, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by not up to my expectation The curtain rods sticks out to far, not close to the together . February 3, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sorry that I bought this rod When I went to change my curtains the end that holds the front curtain snapped off. The rod is only about 2 to 3 years old. The rods shift when you open the curtains, I tried to tighten the screw but that did not help. January 25, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product!! Easy install and durable to hang my curtains. Beautiful style. January 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful, Quality Rod It is difficult to find double rods. It is even more difficult to find quality rods. JCPenney never disappoints regarding the quality of their rods. I ordered this one in antique pewter as this one isn't available in brushed nickel. It is simplistically beautiful. The color and appearance is true to the image posted, and everything was packaged very well so as to protect the rod from damage/marring of the finish. I have not rated the durability as it is new and I cannot comment on that at this point, but expect it to last as it appears to be made of quality materials. I highly recommend this rod. I rated the rod an excellent value as it was on sale and I also had a percent off coupon. It was still not inexpensive, but was an excellent value considering the quality of the item. The regular price is quite pricey, but this rod is not resin or painted plastic like the majority of rods that are sold elsewhere, and so the adage that you get what you pay for rings true -- hope when you are shopping for rods that JCPenney has them on sale and you'll be even happier with the purchase. August 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works well with sheers & panels I recently purchased panels & sheer curtains for my newly decorated living room. My husband and I are people who always thought of warmth/cooling from our curtains, therefore, we always owned Jultex brand curtains which were put up with traverse rods. We have now purchased these panels which are lined along with this adjustable curtain rod. It was easy to install and we love it. Glad we updated. November 11, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love the color, easy to mount Great product. Positive impact when I opened the "easy-open" package. No scissors or utility knife required. Looks great. Plan to purchase more for the remainder of my home windows. November 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good double rod ... but really POOR Instructions The instructions that come with this product relate only to mounting the hardware. If you need to use the extension rods, here is how to do that. It is not intuitive at all and I only figured it out thanks to searching older reviews. I suspect that some of the bad reviews on this product, saying it is flimpsy and falls down, were the result of not figuring this out (not that I blame them! This thing needs proper instructions!). Follow these steps for both the primary and secondary rods. (The "revelation" you need is that the extension rod is not intended to be in the middle; it is intended to replace one of the ends, freeing up the less wide rod to go in the middle.) (1) Pull off the filial/ball on the end of the rod with smaller diameter. It does not unscrew; you have to pull. Set aside the rod. (2) You will find a plastic piece screwed into the filial. The plastic piece looks a bit like a spring, and it is a smaller version of the 2 plastic pieces packaged with the hardware pieces. Use a screwdriver to unscrew this. (3) Swap out the small plastic piece for one of the slightly wider ones in the packaged hardware. The included screws may not appear to be long enough, but they are. There are two holes in the plugs in the package (one in each end). One hole is large enough for the included screw head to slide through so the screw is long enough to attach to the finial. (4) Screw it into the filial. (5) Pick up an extension rod and remove the plastic cap on the one end. Then pop this end of the extension rod onto the filial. (5a) There are also plastic gaskets to slide inside the new, larger extension tube so that it won't scratch the smaller tube (if the gasket isn't already inserted, mine was not). (6) Pick up the rod you removed in step 1. It is smaller in diameter and can now fit inside the extension rod you just popped on to the filial. Slide it in and then slide the other end into the other rod. You can slide the small, middle rod as far in or out as you need to to reach the length you need. Repeat for other rod set. (3) Swap out the small plastic piece for one of the slightly wider ones in the packaged hardware. You will need to reuse the same screw (the screws in the hardware bag are not long enough). ... CORRECTION: the screws in the bag ARE long enough. There are two holes in the plugs in the package. One hole is large enough for the included screw head to slide through so the screw is long enough to attach to the finial. ... (5) Pick up an extension rod and remove the plastic cap on the one end. Then pop this end of the extension rod onto the filial. ADDITION: There are also plastic gaskets to slide inside the new, larger extension tube so that it won't scratch the smaller tube (if the gasket isn't already inserted, mine was not) (Thanks to original instructions (edited here) found elsewhere by Tineke Glynne Hegeman) November 28, 2015
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How many brackets come with the 48-86" rod?
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would like to have a center bracket for support in the middle.
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There are 3 brackets--one for the middle. We are very happy with the look and quality of this curtain rod.
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There are 4 brackets included. Thanks
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There are three brackets with this rod
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I'm planning to use clip rings to hang the front curtain panel and want to make sure the sheers on the back rod won't show at the top. Thanks.
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Yes it does. Very nice rod.
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Yes, the rods are offset.
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