Round Spring Tension Rod
Sku # 0303KR3
Perfect for apartments, dorms or any area where you need a simple window solution. No holes or mounting brackets.We offer rods for every style of curtain, at the best quality and value available! All are strong, sturdy, easy to install and can be ordered or adjusted to fit most any window. Our round 7/16" diameter spring tension rod for 1-1/2" rod pockets is available in two width-adjustable sizes, easily done by twisting rod, and is used to hang a curtain or valance within a window frame rather than on a frame. Choose Brass or White.
Please note: Rods 48" or longer cannot be shipped Express or to Alaska, Hawaii or outside of the U.S.

(based on 4 reviews)

$6.95 - $7.95
Brass White
$6.95 - $7.95
UNIT: each
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Q: my window width is 29 1/2 -will the KR3 rod (spring tension) 28-48" be the correct one to order
Asked : Aug 26, 2015 By : lin, wauseon ohio

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Q: I need a spring tension rod for a side light measurement is 11" will this one work for me? Thanks, Carolyn
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(based on 4 reviews)

"These are very well made rods, and very adjustable. All you have to do for the perfect size is to unscrew or unwind the extension piece. I think the poor ratings are from those who don't know how to adjust the rods."
By Marilyn Scheffler
Houston, TX
"I have tried two of these thinking it was ME that just couldn't make this rod stay up! I had a handyman come and try it and he couldn't do it either! I want the old plastic kind that never fell down. Can't find them anywhere!"
"The spring in the rod provides very little tension, so the rod will not stay up. We woke up this morning to find this rod and the lightest of curtains on it both on the floor. Not a good product."
Cranberry Twp., PA
"These hold my curtains well without marring my woodwork."
By VellaRuth
Cranberry Twp., PA
"This rod holds plain and simple swags between the woodwork on my new windows. No nails, no damage to the new woodwork."