simplehumanÂ® Stainless Steel Tension Pole Shower Caddy
Sturdy; creates lots of space
This is the first tension shower caddy I've had, but I decided to go with this one based on the positive reviews and the negative reviews I've seen of other caddies. It works on the ledge of our bath in a rental with very high ceilings and so far seems to be holding up very well. It does seem bowed a bit, even with the proper extensions for our ceiling height, but the slight curve in the pole hasn't seemed to affect its sturdiness at all. We don't have tons of bath products, but I was sick of them falling off of the bath ledge, and this makes a big difference.
February 23, 2014
Very Nice Shower Caddy
We've only had it for a little over a week, and it's very nice. It fits with our stainless steel shower tower, and the stainless steel baskets are ample. I love the hooks for hanging items, and the adjustable towel racks (and that there are two of them!). Also, love the rubber-tipped ends so that they don't scratch or leave a stain like the metal ones we had before. My only criticism is that it was rather difficult to put together--the directions weren't very specific. Otherwise, I love that it won't rust.
October 8, 2013
couldn't be happier
I used to keep our bottles of shampoo, soap, razor, etc., on a stool in the walk-in shower...because of the sloped floor things would fall off frequently. This caddy saved the day! No more sliding shower stuff, everything is within reach and it's rustproof! Well-made (nice aluminum parts!) with adjustable baskets (3!), holders for washcloths and other extra shower supplies; a little expensive, but it provided perfect organization
August 17, 2013
We just moved into a total 1950s modern, yet untouched, unfortunately, home complete with a shoe box shower stall in the master suite. The Simple Human Tension Pole Shower Caddy rod was a smidge too short with just one of the extensions added. Given the small size of the room and the small size of the shower stall, I had to jam the rod UP from the bottom, as opposed to down from the top while installing with the second pole extension. Looks fabulous and worked like a charm. Now, I step away from all the box chaos from moving into a nice, small, organized shower stall....ahhhhhh...I just don't look at the ugly tile...
HINT: I wished I had added the razor holder shelf last (the highest) for safety reasons in case kids came into our shower. Unfortunately, I added it first, down near the bottom. I COULD just take it all apart and reposition but, given the small room for movement in our bathroom, I'm leaving it.
July 11, 2013