Shower Bathroom Chrome Corner Unit : Excellent product!

Shower Bathroom Chrome Corner Unit : Excellent product!

Was exactly what we wanted fixed it up really easily.

Very well described quick delivery and very easy to assemble (just had to take a few inches off of the height) well done.

Ok, so bits were missing from the box, but heath robinson stepped in to rescue the situation and you wouldn’t know the difference. A very good and sturdy product. You can tell from the tension when it’s installed that it ain’t going nowhere. Only criticism, is that the shelves are a little on the large side which means that in an 800 x 800 shower it looks a little overpowering, but in a 900 x 900 it should have a better perspective.

Key specs for Shower Bathroom Chrome Corner Unit with 3 Tier Shelf Storage:

  • The spring-tension mounted extending Bathroom Butler installs in an instant
  • Offering more strength and more space, each basket holds 1.82kg
  • Made from chromed steel
  • Adjustable telescopic pole stretches from 1.3m to 2.5m between floor and ceiling
  • Rubber fittings on the end of the pole ensure secure fixing

Comments from buyers

“bit disappointing, Miming skills needed, Excellent product!”

Fits beautifully and looks lovely. Much nicer than similar items we found in shops.

Fits beautifully and looks lovely. Much nicer than similar items we found in shops.

There are no words with the instructions, but if you set it all out on the floor and practice assembly that’s better then trying it for the first time in the bath. But on saying that it is a sturdy peice of kit, made out of serveral chromed rods that fit together to give you the length (or height) then a final slimer rod that goes inside the top rod with a compression spring that gives itthe tension to stay up. The only skill you will need once constructed is working out the length of the last rod unit in which the slider goes in (with the spring). As if it is too long the spring tension is so high that it could push through the ceiling, too short and the spring is so loose that the unit will fall over when loaded. I cut the rod to the ‘right’ length. If its for the corner of a bath, you will have a rod spare so don’t worry if you cut too much, you get another gothis is the same for all sprung systems. Good tip: if you do cut the final rod, use a pipe cutter don’t use a hacksaw, a pipe cutter makes a perfect cut leaves mno marks whereas the hacksaw won’t do a 90 degree cut and your get jagged edegs and if it slips marked rods.

philips