"Bought this to fit over a corner, curved bath. The Rail onsists of two aluminium, profiled strips, each sliding independently on a central plastic core. The tie-rod can be positioned anywhere, sliding within the top slot, which is then sealed on either side with a soft plastic strip. The end stops and sliders run in the bottom slot.
Remember, on a curve the inside strip is shorter than the outer. Difficult to judge the exact length on a curve. Had to cut it three times to get an accurate fit, with a curve to match the middle line of the bath's top edge."
"Quality seems fine for price --I'm only in the process of fitting,.Be careful to check and double check your measurements.& bend to shape before cutting There will still be the shower curtain to bath vulnerable area for water spills , so I am curving around and then running inside the line of a 1400 tall x 300 long permanently fixed shower screen, a bit like Screwfix's Semi-Framed Clear 300 x 1500mm screen arrangement (Product Code: 66106) Unfortunately I did not have the headroom for a 1500 screen and than the rail on top, otherwise I would have used that --worth consideration if you have the headroom."
"Bought this for a customer with a difficult bath/window comb after a shower fit. Being that the rail can be bent in situ the beauty with this is that you can mould into any shape required, which can get you out of a scrape and give a good professional finish."
"The screws are a bit cheap feeling but i rarely use what comes with the kits anyhow as proper trade screws are better quality - they are so much better than the cheaper type that are pushfit to get the shape you want - prefer these to the extendable poles that you get and unless you make a real mess of it look so much better"
"ive fitted a few of these now and had no come back i feel the fixings could be better but saying that they havent fell down yet if your new to this item be aware the photo above shows item upside down the ceiling support bracket should go up"
"Bought for a corner bath with a glazed end (no wall), need to be a bit careful with bending as it is made from 3 sliding layers. I found attaching one end bracket first, then gradually bending from this point works best. Then fine tune to shape across the thigh. Don't try to bend into place from a fitted end as the brackets are really cheap and will break. Cutting once formed is easy and the end brackets hold the shape well. For the glazed end I used a glass bracket that fitted on neatly with self tappers. Good points - solid when up, one piece, looks good. Bad points - cheap grey plastic end brackets."
"Does what it says-is bendy and can be shaped to fit. Reasonably sturdy and firm whan copletely installed.
Slightly let down be soft screws, which I replaced with sturdier ones. The locating fitting for the support rod is made of brittle plastic, which chipped when dropped, but was, luckily, still serviceable. The rail, unbent is about 3 metres long, so don't go to pick it up on a bike!"
"No flexibility at all, badly made, spent 2 hours fitting this then the side came away. would not clip back on, as it works with sliders this rendered it useless. The brackets are extremely flimsy and offer no support to the track slider ... which means all the clips will eventually fall out. Definetely not a product that does what it says on the tin. fine for a straight wall, however as soon as the outer metal unclips from the outside you will need to buy new clips. Not worth the money and will be returning ... not used Screwfix returns yet so I will expect the worst. For the price this product should be extremely robust and better metal support brackets without the sliders."