Rated 2 out of 5Â by Lkra8 I Do Not Recommend...
I purchased the toothbrush holder because it matched my bathroom perfectly and was kind of unique in style. It served its purpose for about 5 months before we noticed that the bottom, inside the barrels, was beginning to leave orange marks on the bottom of our brushes. It turns out that the left over water run off from the toothbrushes runs down and collects on the bottom making the bottoms rust. I've tried to keep it clean and rinse it often, but the rust is now seeping out the crack towards the bottom of the holder. It is pretty gross.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by jellybean13 Major Rust
These are some of one of the few items that my fiance pushed to add to our wedding registry because of how modern they looked but they rusted within a week of receiving them! The tumbler looks absolutely terrible because there is a clear liner that you can't remove and water somehow gets underneath it and the rust spot just keeps getting bigger and bigger. The toothbrush holder is now getting worse, too. It's now causing rust spots on our toothbrushes. We're going to have to get a completely different set because the rust just looks terrible.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by dlbren Don't buy it!
Do not buy the pump soap dispenser in the photo.
I bought two. One was fine. Liquid soap would not come out of the other one, even after I checked to see if it was put together correctly and tried pumping it oh, maybe, forty times. So I took it back and swapped it out for an identical one. But once I brought it home and poured liquid soap in the replacement one, same problems. Tried to pump it about fifty times. Screwed and unscrewed. Made sure everything inside was attached as it should be. Big waste of time--waste of soap, too.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by judiththered Tumbler has manufacturing flaw
The brushed nickel bath accessories are very classy looking and match Moen brushed nickel fixtures very well. The items are all heavy and substantial, especially when compared to the light weight rather flimsy brushed nickel accessories at Walmart. However, the tumblers have a manufacturing flaw. They have a plastic liner or insert inside them that is not removable and allows water to get between the liner and the metal. The water stays trapped in between and one of my tumblers has already developed a rust spot between these two layers that can't be reached for any kind of cleaning or draining. If you leave the tumbler to dry out for a few days the water between the plastic liner and the metal tumbler eventually disappears but the rust spot remains. I just hope it doesn't get any bigger.