Magnetic Curtain Rod

Sku # 0303R751
Item # R751
A real problem solver . . . a 1/2" magnetic curtain rod that mounts easily on a steel window or door frame with strong magnets at each end!

Please note: Rods 48" or longer cannot be shipped Express or to Alaska, Hawaii or outside of the U.S.


(based on 2 reviews)

We regret that this item is not available.
  • Requires steel window or door
  • Available in the following sizes:
  • As a single rod that adjusts from 18" to 28"
  • This rod projects 1-3/4" from the wall with a clearance (behind the rod) of 1"
  • Heavy duty magnets are included measure 2" high by 1" wide
  • Finials measure 1-1/4" long by 3/4" wide
  • Recommended for lightweight fabrics only (up to 2 pounds)
  • The rod is aluminum and is coated in a brass, nickel or off-white color
  • The finials and brackets are made of plastic that house the magnets
  • Please note: this magnetic rod, finials and brackets are not made of actual brass or nickel
  • Available in a Brass, Nickel or Off-White color
  • Item # R751
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  • Rods 48" or longer cannot be shipped Express or to Alaska, Hawaii or outside of the U.S.
  • Please note, we are no longer able to ship this product to Alaska, Hawaii or International locations.


Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 2 reviews)

"Quality product. Works great as advertised. The perfect, practical solution to use on steel doors/sidelight frames."
By Melinda
Hummelstown, PA
"An excellent solution for metal window casing such as sidelight panel. The only issue is if you pull on it too hard or hit it with something it comes down, which I really did expect after all. Worked well, worth the investment"
By Peter
West Danby, NY
"Very disappointing to have bought what we thought were BRASS rods and turned out to be gold-colored PLASTIC. Nowhere in the specifications was it mentioned that we were buying plastic."
By Michele
"This is a beautiful rod. The weight is amazing for a magnetic rod. I have used them on my back door to hold a few semisheer panels but I think it would hold much weightier curtains."
By Catherine
Canton, OH
"Best thing since sliced bread! No more damage to metal doors (screw holes) made from attaching old style rods for window treatments on doors. Easy to adjust curtain for desired tautness from top to bottom."