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Single track rail, included ceiling fittings/white140 cm (55 ")

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VIDGA Single track rail, included ceiling fittings/white, 140 cm
VIDGA Single track rail, included ceiling fittings/white, 140 cm
VIDGA Single track rail, included ceiling fittings/white, 140 cm
VIDGA Single track rail, included ceiling fittings/white, 140 cm
VIDGA Single track rail, included ceiling fittings/white, 140 cm
VIDGA Single track rail, included ceiling fittings/white, 140 cm

If you’ve ever struggled with complicated curtain rail systems you’ll appreciate this one. It’s easy to assemble and it’s very flexible, so you can hang curtains even in the trickiest spaces.

Delivery and assembly prices not included.Article number004.929.17

Product details

MRP Rs.910 (incl. tax)

The rail can be mounted to the wall or ceiling using appropriate fittings.

The ceiling fittings are included, wall fittings are sold seperately.

The rail can be cut to the desired length with a hacksaw.

You can use the included connectors to extend the rail for a longer solution.

You can add the rail to a single layer combination to create a double layer combination.

1 single track rail (length 140 cm), 2 ceiling fittings, 2 connectors and 2 end caps.

2 ceiling or wall fittings are needed for one 140 cm track rail. To build a longer track rail, add another fitting for every 140 cm for stability; sold separately.

Wall fittings and screws are not included.

Scan the QR code on the assembly instruction to see how easily you can get your curtains in place.

Designer

David Wahl

Country of Origin

Sweden

Article number004.929.17

Measurements

Length: 140 cm (55 ")

Max. load: 5 kg (11 lb)

  • VIDGA
    Single track railArticle no004.929.17

    Width: 5 cm (2 ")

    Height: 3 cm (1 ¼ ")

    Length: 141 cm (55 ¾ ")

    Weight: 0.38 kg (13 oz)

    Package(s): 1

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