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jcpenney.com | Rod Desyne One-Way Cord Double Traverse Adjustable Curtain Rod - Left

Rod Desyne One-Way Cord Double Traverse Adjustable Curtain Rod - Left

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This heavy-duty, one-way cord double traverse curtain rod is an excellent choice for high-quality curtain and drapery installations.

 
  • its smooth traverse operation allows you to easily open and close pinch-pleated curtain panels with ease
  • when facing the window, curtain opens from right side and stacks on left side
  • perfect for layering sheers with curtains
  • superior slide fit between inner and outer rod
  • allow 1-5/8" for rod clearance; space between both rods is approximately 1-5/8"
  • use with pin hooks, sold separately
  • mounting brackets and hardware included

Number of sliders on each rod:

  • 30-48" rod = 10 sliders
  • 48-84" rod = 20 sliders
  • 66-120" rod = 30 sliders
  • 84-156" rod = 40 sliders

Metal. Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Imported.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great qulitiy for the price The rods fit the window with out any major adjustments. My husband said they were easy to install even though we have concrete block walls. We live in FL.
Date published: 2014-10-01
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Do you have a double traverse rod that pulls on the right and opens to the left? That's what I need.

Asked by: Robin
Yes, this rod is available to stack on the right or stack on the left. The Left stacks on the left. The right stacks on the right.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-08-27

Can these curtain rods be ceiling mounted? Also, what is the "throw" or minimum distance from the wall to any valance that would cover the mechanism?

Asked by: Benjamin
With the brackets provided, ceiling mounting would not work, IMO. You would have build a "bracket-for-a-bracket" to make it work, I think. The minimum throw on my curtains is 7 1/8 inches.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-11-08
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