QMotion Develops Industry Exclusive Trackless, Wireless, Motorized Drapery Rod

Motorized drapery systems no longer need an unattractive track, unsightly wires and motor boxes. QMotion Advanced Shading Systems recently introduced the industry's first-and only-trackless motorized drapery rod.

PENSACOLA, Fla. - Motorized drapery systems no longer need an unattractive track. Unsightly wires and motor boxes are a thing of the past. QMotion Advanced Shading Systems recently introduced the industry's first-and only-trackless motorized drapery rod. The next generation of motorized window fashions now adds seamless elegance to any residential or commercial space.


In addition to its decorative exterior style, the new wireless drapery rod goes even further on the interior by reducing noise with its patent-pending, battery-operated motors that are tucked away inside. For those infrequent times when you may need to change the standard alkaline batteries, the housing inside the drapery rod provides easy battery replacement without having to remove the drapery panels-another industry first.

QMotion's motorized drapery rod also is equipped with an exclusive manual override feature, called Touch Wand Activation. Users gently tap the wand to open or close the draperies through movement sensing technology.

The drapery rods come in six finishes, with optional finials that are available in six designer styles. Drapery hardware can be paired with decorative curtains to create a personalized drapery rod system that adds a distinctive and fashionable look to your office or home.

To see the motorized drapery rod in action or for more information about QMotion's advanced shading systems, visit QMotionShades.com.

The trackless motorized drapery rod is the latest creation by QMotion, a U.S.-based company known for remarkable innovation and design. QMotion created the first automated shade featuring a patented manual override option winning the Window Covering Manufacturing Association award for Best New Technical Innovation in 2012 for a system that significantly extends battery life and reduces noise. QMotion was most recently recognized with numerous technical innovation awards from the Window Covering Manufacturing Association and a Gold Quest for Quality Award for excellence in customer service from CE Pro.


About QMotion Advanced Shading Systems
QMotion automated window coverings are assembled in the United States and sold around the world by a network of premium dealers and partners. QMotion products require no re-wiring and are able-using standard D-cell alkaline batteries-to last years longer than competitors' battery-operated systems. QMotion products are environmentally friendly, can help reduce energy costs and are safer for homes with small children and pets. Qadvanced automated window treatments are the only automated products on the market that feature a patented manual override. In 2014, QMotion was recognized with CE Pro's Gold Quest for Quality award for excellence in customer service. Learn more about QMotion products and dealer opportunities at qmotionshades.com.

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