ShowerBow was developed by first time inventor Patrick Raymond, who invented it one day while standing in the shower. Why put up with clingy curtains, he wondered? Start the day off right with more space, instantly.
Unlike a curved curtain rod, the ShowerBow tilts back into the tub area with a gentle push, getting it out of your face in a small bathroom with the toilet close to the tub. When I first installed one, in minutes, the light shower curtain liner pushed out too far: no problem, another couple of minutes and I converted over to the included "short" ShowerBow tilt for the weight. Very well thought out! The end of the bow that snapped into the tilt was even labeled with which side went in first. So much easier than using bottles to hold the liner from billowing into the shower and that extra space is great. I can finally turn and face the shower head with rubbing elbows with rubber.