Épaisseur du verre :1/4 po
Garantie :Limitée de 1 an
Nom de la collection :Levity
Famille de couleurs :Chrome
Articles requis pour l'installation standard :silicone
Quincaillerie incluse :Oui
Style de verre :Verre transparent
Porte-serviettes inclus :Non
Couleur/fini du cadre :Argent brillant
Avec ou sans cadre :Sans cadre
Chambranles fuselés :Non
Garantie de base sur les pièces (mois) :12
Hauteur réelle de la porte (po) :62
Largeur maximale réelle de la porte (po) :59,7
Largeur minimale réelle de la porte (po) :56,7
Porte de douche coulissante Levity, 59,7" x 62", verre est évalué
Rated 3 de
Nice door, but doesn't seal out water all that well
I installed this door, and it seems quite nice. The only issue I have is that it leaves a relatively wide gap (about 1.5") between the glass panels, and where the glass meets the wall. I find that a fair bit of water is able to escape while my children bathe or shower. I have heeded the recommendation to have inside panel closest to the shower head, but a fair bit of water still gets out. Installation was a bit of a hassle, but I got it done in about 4 hours.
Date de publication: 2020-03-19
Rated 1 de
Beware will not work in most fiberglass tubs
Bought this and was aware the tub needed to be 3" wide. Check that was fine with my tub. I found nowhere that the side walls of the tub had to be a certain height. After mounting the side rails on the wall and drilling into the fiberglass tub. I find out that when the top brackets are attached that they are higher than my fiberglass tub surround and you cant use the factory mounting holes. I had to make it work because I now have 6 holes in my tub. Kohler if you want to replace my tub I will change my review.
Date de publication: 2020-03-29
Rated 1 de
If installed per instructions, the water will leak
This door was installed following the instructions. The doors were adjusted to minimize the gap between the tub and the bottom of the glass door. That gap ended up being 1/2" of vertical gap. The installation manual also mention that the inside door is the one closest to the shower head. When that is the case, you will end up having an horizontal gap between the glass door and the threshold seal of about 1-3/4" go gap. Here is when the problem begins.... when you take a shower, the water bounces against the tub and goes under the 1/2" vertical gap between the tub and the door, and since the door is not making a seal against the threshold seal due to the 1-3/4" gap between the door and the seal, the water will end up going over the threshold and into the bathroom floor. I ran a troubleshooting test were the outside door is the closest to the shower, and I got no leaks. So, if you decide to buy this door, run these two test before installing the handles. I am sure that you will be convinced that the outer door should be the one closest to the door and not the inside door as mentioned in the installation manual.
Date de publication: 2020-10-20
Rated 3 de
Beautiful and smooth, but really short
I just had this door installed, and it's beautiful, but I wish it were taller. My tub is only 14" tall, and at 5'5", I can just barely step under the rail bar without ducking, with less than an inch of clearance. Anyone taller will have to stoop or hit their head. I wish there had been multiple height options.
Date de publication: 2020-08-29
Rated 5 de
Easy to self install
Great,well made, attractive door!
Simply installed.clear directions.
Date de publication: 2021-01-13