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American Standard Cambridge 5 ft. Americast Bathtub with Left-Hand Drain in Bone
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American Standard

Cambridge 5 ft. Americast Bathtub with Left-Hand Drain in Bone

$639.60 /each
Color/Finish: Bone
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Built with an integral apron, the American Standard Cambridge 5 ft. Americast Bathtub in Bone is durable material and finished in a glossy porcelain to complement and enhance your decor. This beautiful tub features a slip-resistant floor to promote safety when entering and exiting the bath.

  • Durably built from Americast material
  • Glossy porcelain finish complements a range of bath decors
  • Integral apron for convenience
  • Left-hand outlet (drain not included)
  • Full slip-resistant surface for safety

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What is the difference in color between the white and artic white? Does the white look a little more grayish?

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August 1, 2016
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Our Arctic white is a very bright white and is only offered with our acrylic tubs, our white is a standard white.
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What does the limited lifetime warranty cover?

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The warranty will cover all manufacturing defects as long as a copy of the original sales receipt can be provided.
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How scratch resistant is this material/tub?

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In other words, is it going to hold up against my dog's talons?
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This tub is manufactured with a porcelain enamel, and anything sharp could scratch/gouge the finish.
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I see this color is sold out. Will there be more in stock soon?

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Your local store will need to keep you updated on this.
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Cambridge 5 ft. Americast Bathtub with Left-Hand Drain in Bone is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful tub! We wanted a tub to replace our 84-year-old cast-iron tub. We replaced the old bathroom entirely, but wanted it to look like it fit in the old house: not too modern. We also did not want acrylic. This tub is perfect. The Americast feels like cast iron without the weight, and we like the porcelain surface. Also, we wanted a comfortable tub that you can soak in, and we wanted it to hold a lot of water. The slope on the end of this is very, very comfortable, which is not true of most tubs, and the water capacity is greater than most; the sides of the tub are higher than average. If you're replacing an old bathroom but don't want the cutsey clawfoot type, get this one!
Date published: 2010-09-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Rust problem around the overfill opening I loved this tub for the first several years. HOWEVER, we now have a rusting issue around the bottom half of the overfill opening. American Standard has sent a repairman to our house twice in the past two years and he did a terrific job each time. So we thought. The rust is now back and AS is refusing to repair it a third time. While they have offered to replace the tub, or give us a full refund for the tub, I am stuck with the fact that the tub is surrounded by a very expensive custom marble installation that that would all have to be removed. Additionally, the tub is on the second floor and my whole house renovation included all new ceilings on the first floor. A hole in the kitchen would be necessary to complete the tub removal and installation. Cost is expected to be three times that of the cost of the tub. Looks like I may end up paying for the tub repair for myself once every 8-10 months.....forever.
Date published: 2013-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OMG! What a great find! I remodeledthe master bath of my 90 year-old home. I wanted a vintage tub, but a clawfoot tubs was out of my budget. After looking at every tub ever made, I thought I'd look at American Standard. I actually found this tub by accident - I thought I was looking for one model, but found this one instead. It had all of the features I was looking for, and it looks great in my small vintage bath. Aside from making sure the tub was level and adjusting the plumbing, my contractor had little difficulty in installing the tub. Hot water stays heated longer than my old tub, and it's easy to clean.
Date published: 2010-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best tub I have ever had! Tub is deep and has a recessed back for relaxing and is very comfortable. Non slip very good. Follow cleaning instructions and you will have no problems. Less offgassing with enamel tubs.
Date published: 2010-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice bathtub, prefer over cast iron I've used two of these tubs on remodeling jobs and they are a quality product. A definite improvement over cast iron. The light weight makes them easy to install. Be sure to inspect the finish very carefully [...] (in the proper light). If there is a flaw you need to find it when it [...], not after its installed!
Date published: 2011-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A beautiful tub in its own right! We were remodeling two, second-story bathrooms, and needed 5' tubs not wider than 32" to replace the old fixtures. Both of us like clean, simple lines in our home; the less embellishment, the better. So many tubs now have lots of molding details on the aprons, which we didn't want. I did extensive research and felt that an Americast tub would be perfect--porcelain finish but much less weight--and the Cambridge design was exactly to our taste. The tubs arrived without damage (GOOD packaging), and our plumber is very impressed with them. He hadn't seen an Americast tub before, but loved the lighter weight, the quality of the finish and the ease of installation. Americast tubs are an excellent alternative to cast iron, but I wouldn't think of them as an "also-ran" to that material. They're actually preferable in some ways: less weight, easier installation and, due to both of those factors, less likelihood of damage during the installation process. Five stars all around for this tub!
Date published: 2011-04-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Once good I am sure this was once a good tub. HOWEVER, THE TUB WAS IN PLACE AND IN GOOD CONDITION when we bought our house, but have watched the rust develop all over the bath in the past 18 months. Due to us not being the original owner we are now stuck. We have nice finishings in the bathroom and in order to replace have to do a full renovation. Not good enough.
Date published: 2013-09-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from deep tub; uncomfortable recline; crummy drain stop We bought this because I wanted my tall husband to be able to soak with more than a few inches of water. I loved our old cast iron insert tub but the contractor insisted it would be easier for him to break it up and remove it than work around it. This is an OK tub, but after 3 years the pop-up drain plug began to fail. Now I have to find a replacement or go with the old fashioned rubber stopper. When I bought the tub I didn't realize that there wouldn't be the usual open/close device for the stopper. It's just a stopper that screws into the drain. I can no longer put the hair-catcher strainer over the drain and just open the drain. I have to unplug the drain and quickly get the strainer in place. Not a big deal, but the failure of the stopper means I'll have to replace it every few years - if they even continue to make them. I also was disappointed with the very steep back rest. When I lie down to soak. my neck is almost at a 90degree angle -very uncomfortable. I miss the comfortable recline of our old tub that fit in the same space. Lastly, I don't know if it's installation (the installers were very careful) or manufacture but the "shelf" part of the tub on the outside slopes slightly towards the floor instead of back into the tub! so we have to be very careful to keep a washcloth in the corner and to keep the curtain plastered against the shower wall to keep the water from running onto the floor.
Date published: 2016-05-09
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