Toilet Paper Holder from the Addison Collection
Not a good purchase
It's a very nice looking fixture but, there are'nt any sides to keep the toilet paper in place. As you use the toilet paper the roll moves left and right, out of place. You continually have to move the toilet paper back into it's original position. Also, it's original design mandates that the toilet paper holder is noticeably wider than the roll of tiolet paper. In order to make it the same width of the toilet paper, the spring has to be compressed at least a couple of inches. Conmpressing it isn't easy, and after a while the spring looses some of it's strength.
April 23, 2011
Poor design, but love the style
I purchased this along with towel bars and towel rings to match new faucets in all of my bathrooms. I love the faucets and towel bars and rings, but the designer of this tissue holder was too interested in looks and not functionality.
Our main complaint is that the roll of tissue slips and slides all over, as there is far too much room on either side of the bar the tissue is supposed to stay on. We are going to have to devise something to keep the roll in the middle of the holder.
January 19, 2010
Delta needs to shorten the length of this to match the shorter rolls of tissue the industry is selling us now to save money. We put it up, but it looked so huge on the wall, we replaced it with a much smaller one. The short rolls of tissue with their huge cores look sloppy on any holder, but especially on this one.
The product itself looks nice with the others in the collection.
July 30, 2012
Looks great with the Addison faucet, but I would have preferred the type of holder that lifts up to add paper rather than the spring like this is.
August 9, 2010
hardware is bulkier than it looks
This toilet paper holder is nice but was much bulkier than I expected it to be.
September 27, 2013