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American Standard

Model 2461.002.020

Internet #100050391

Store SO SKU #1000947753

Cambridge 5 ft. x 32 in. Right Drain Americast Soaking Tub in White

$472.21 /each
  • Slip-resistant tub floor for safety
  • Durable Americast material- heat retention, damage resistance
  • Designed for 3-wall installation

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The American Standard Cambridge 60 in. x 32 in. Americast Bathtub in White is durable Americast material for strength and beautifully finished in a white porcelain gloss to complement your decor. This tub is conveniently designed with an integral apron for a three wall installation, and its full slip-resistant surface promotes user safety.

  • 60 in. x 32 in. x 17.75 in. durable Americast material for better heat retention, damage resistance, and less sound emission
  • 14 in. of soaking depth (2 in. more with deep soak drain)
  • Glossy white porcelain finish complements many decors
  • 50% lighter than cast iron allowing for a less-costly installation
  • Integral apron for convenience
  • Right-hand outlet (drain not included)
  • Slip-resistant tub floor for safety
  • Recommended universal drain (model 158470) or deep soak drain (model 1599.500.030) sold separately
  • Tub faucet not included

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The description claims a 14" soaking depth but the specs say 12-5/8". Whihc is it?

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August 5, 2016
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The soaking depth is 13'' and overall depth 17''.
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August 5, 2016
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The actual soaking depth from the water depth to overflow is 9.5". Please see attached spec sheet.
http://www.americanstandard-us.com/assets/documents/amstd/spec/SpecSheet_1751.pdf
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What is the sky # for this model?

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July 28, 2016
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The model number of the tub is 2461.002020.
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July 27, 2016
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The sku number for this tub is #1000947753.
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Is it OK to use this tub also as a shower or is it too high to step into?

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July 19, 2016
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This can be used with a shower installation as well.
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We absolutely love this tub , great to take showers in also ..
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Which deep soak bathtub drain is correct?

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I am interested in tub model #2461.002.020. Home Depot says the correct deep soak drain is model #1599.500.030, but they don't sell that number. Will you please list all the deep soak bath tub drain model numbers that match tub #2461.002.020?
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May 31, 2016
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For the bathing pool only you would want to order part number 1640.305.020 for white.
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May 31, 2016
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Use drain model number 1640.305.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 69 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Arrived in good shape Happy so far, two arrived in good condition. One went upstairs, one downstairs. The white color is not bright white but it is not light gray as implied by one poster. It's white enough to be able to be part of a matching white bathroom. The tub depth is as expected. No complaints from the plumber. Looking forward to using them (still months away). August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WONDERFUL TUB! I searched high and low for a deep soaking tub that felt and looked high quality. I wanted the feel of cast iron/steel and this tub is just that! It's light enough that myself (I'm a 5'2 woman) and my boyfriend could carry it from the trailer up the stairs into the house together however it appears strong and well built out of the box. The depth is perfect and even my 5'7 boyfriend could sit in it with his legs comfortable! The white color is a true white and not stark white so go for this if you have an old white toilet to match. Arctic white looking back on it would have not matched at all! Installation was easy just follow the instructions and it will be a breeze. The only down side I can note are the non skid pads on the floor of the tub - they instantly got any bit of dirt stuck to them. I can tell now I will be cleaning them all the time. It's a shame the tub needs to have these built in but I see the need for safety reasons. Let's hope they clean well like the instructions say... I'll update later! July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice depth Good depth of soaking, it will cover a normal human instead of just getting one halfway wet when sitting in it. The finish looks good can not tell it's not cast iron. The slightly hollow sound when tapping the sides is the only way to tell its not cast iron. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great purchase, looks lovely, the man that delivered it was so very kind and helpful. This item was recommended to me by my plumber. He stated that it was the best tub on the market for the price. He mentioned that American Standard had made it out of a new "composite" material that was almost as strong as cast iron with half the weight and deeper than most tubs. A great buy with no problems. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this deep soak tub! This is exactly what I wanted. The water keeps the temp and depth - no leaking drain. Beautiful quality. My contractor seemed to have no installation trouble. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by feels solid; lightweight; nice soaking design Was looking to replace an old clawfoot tub and this seemed like a good alternative - did not want the cheapo feel of acrylic but since I installed myself on second floor I didnt want the weight of cast iron. Agree with other reviews that tub has a nice solid feel; retains the heat well, and my wife loves the shape (wide in back recessed to lay up against and narrower up front) as perfect for a bath. Used with the deep soak drain so really holds a lot of water. Was light enough, so easy to install by myself. Note: the flange is a good 1/3 inch so you need to account for that when laying tile backboard. February 7, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Why isn't the white, white? My contractor got this tub, and I could not be more disappointed. Why is the "white" actually a light gray? I had a vision for my bathroom remodel and a gray tub wasn't part of it. Try getting your contractor to replace a tub that's labeled as white, but isn't. Order arctic if you want a white tub. Otherwise, it seems ok but is a bit small. April 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't buy this tub The tub chipped already! I just had my hall bathroom redone and bought this tub because I wanted a deeper tub. The tub (in a $10k+ remodeled tiny bathroom) has chipped in first one spot, then two, now three!! A shower curtain ring fell on the tub and boom ... an instant chip. Curtain rings are not heavy and I was shocked to see it. Since then, another piece three inches away from the first showed up. Now a third. The whole thing is chipping. This is two months in ... can't imagine what the tub would look like in six months nonetheless six years. I had my other tub for 26 years and never a scratch. I called and wrote to American Standard ... still waiting. March 30, 2014
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