Model # 1640.305.002

Internet #202517974

American Standard Deep Soak Bath Drain in Chrome
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American Standard

Deep Soak Bath Drain in Chrome

  • Adds over two inches of water depth for a more luxurious bath
  • Polished chrome finish for a highly-reflective shine
  • ABS construction is perfect for prolonged water contact
$6708 /each

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Product Overview

  • Adds over two inches of water depth for a more luxurious bath
  • Polished chrome finish for a highly-reflective shine
  • ABS construction is perfect for prolonged water contact
The American Standard Deep Soak Bath Drain in Chrome is compatible with standard bathtubs and features a tap-actuated pop-up drain stopper. The Deep-Soak Drain adds over two inches of water depth for a more luxurious bath, courtesy of a uniquely engineered overflow design. The ABS construction is durable and excellent for prolonged contact with water.
  • ABS construction
  • Unique overflow allows 2 in. deeper water than standard bath drains
  • Tap-actuated pop-up drain stopper
  • Compatible with standard bathtubs
  • Universal design works with all standard bathtubs

Product Overview

The American Standard Deep Soak Bath Drain in Chrome is compatible with standard bathtubs and features a tap-actuated pop-up drain stopper. The Deep-Soak Drain adds over two inches of water depth for a more luxurious bath, courtesy of a uniquely engineered overflow design. The ABS construction is durable and excellent for prolonged contact with water.

  • ABS construction
  • Unique overflow allows 2 in. deeper water than standard bath drains
  • Tap-actuated pop-up drain stopper
  • Compatible with standard bathtubs
  • Universal design works with all standard bathtubs

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
21
Product Height (in.)
26.625
Product Width (in.)
3.25

Details

Application
Tub & Shower
Color Family
Chrome
Color/Finish
Polished Chrome
Finish
Polished Chrome
Material
Plastic
Plumbing Part Type
Tub Complete Drain Assembly
Returnable
90-Day
Trap Type
Toe tap

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 1-Year

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
21
Product Height (in.)
26.625
Product Width (in.)
3.25

Details

Application
Tub & Shower
Color Family
Chrome
Color/Finish
Polished Chrome
Finish
Polished Chrome
Material
Plastic
Plumbing Part Type
Tub Complete Drain Assembly
Returnable
90-Day
Trap Type
Toe tap

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 1-Year

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Questions & Answers

Are the chrome parts metal or plastic?

Asked by: eddie
mostly plastic, the top overflow cap and pop up cap are plastic, except for the drain pipe itself
Answered by: may
Date published: 2017-03-22

Why does the description say brass, but the picture is black pvc?

Model # 1640.305.002 Internet # 202517974
Asked by: tb5663
you have different styles, I have the black model it works for me
Answered by: Tubby4
Date published: 2015-09-20

are there substitute tub drains for thr princeton bathtub that are in stck at home depot?

the American Standard 1640.305 Deep Soak Drain is special order and i need the drain now
Asked by: jeff l
I have not found them in the store. Online is fast. Have it send to the store.
Answered by: Tubby4
Date published: 2015-09-20

Will this drain work with model 2774.018W020 whirlpool tub?

I have not found a drain for American Standard that has good reviews, this one is better than some.
Asked by: Trish
Yes it work,but check on line for the whirlpool models
Answered by: Tubby4
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

Deep Soak Bath Drain in Chrome is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Did the job!... Did the job!
Date published: 2017-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this drain for one of my rentals and had a big problem with the lower tailpiece which I ... I bought this drain for one of my rentals and had a big problem with the lower tailpiece which I reported on July 29, 2016. I am about to install another tub and needed a drain. I remember that I really liked the metal parts and the way they worked. I thought about the experience I had had and decided to see if my experience was a fluke or if others had the experience. Reading through the reviews I found no others with my experience but did notice that American Standard had left a note on my review. I called them and can report that they stood one hundred percent behind the product. I will be using this drain in my new project.
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from no replacement parts I was really happy with this product until the plastic push stopper top broke and I have been unable to find a replacement or a satisfactory substitute. The threaded female part under the cap itself cracked and the top fell off. I would not recommend this product until replacement parts become more readily available.
Date published: 2011-02-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Deep Tub We installed the Deep Soak Drain. It really does work as far as allowing the water to rise for a deeper soak. Our only issue is with the pop up stopper. When it is in the down position is does allow some water to escape down the drain. From the time the tub is full until you undress and get in it is a noticable difference of about 1/8 inch of water. I have heard other good reports about this item and that is why I purchased it. It just seems mine has a slight seal problem. All in all I still like it and do not regret installing it.
Date published: 2012-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great for that extra fill This is the ticket to get that little extra fill room in your tub. I read other reviews about not getting parts and don't understand. I sent one email to American Standard and they sent me a replacement pop up drain. Once I got it I noticed that the brass screw on the old one was not down as far as the new one. I took it apart and screwed the brass bolt down and the old one works fine and now I have a spare part.
Date published: 2014-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it, but maintenance is tricky the first time. Background: I ordered this drain to pair with a new 19 in deep soaking tub and had it professionally installed by a plumber. The plumber had no trouble installing it, even though the tub is slightly curved where the overflow attachment is completely flat. Description: The plug is a basic pop up plug, but unlike cheaper models, it does not easily come free from the drain or wobble around when when it's in the up position. The overflow inlet is at the bottom of the chrome overflow cover, but behind the cover is a plastic fitting that blocks off the bottom 2/3 of the drain -- the plastic fitting is bowed out by maybe 1/4 inch so it does not impede the flow of water. The chrome parts are chromed plastic. It doesn't look cheap, but you have to be careful removing the overflow cover so as not to notch it with your tools and the chromed drain cover will probably break eventually -- this is the reason that it's not worth 5 stars to me, but I guess you get what you pay for. Functionality: This drain absolutely does what it says. But in retrospect, we probably could have done without it. As it is, if we plug the tub and run the water until it goes down the overflow, this drain brings the water level to within 1/4 inch of the edge of the tub. Which means that you can't just leave it running and then get into the tub because the water displacement would flood the floor. I'm not in the habit of running the water until it overflows, so for us this drain is like pretty much like not having an overflow hole. On the bright side, I can now fill the tub way up without having to listen to water trickling down the overflow every time I reach for my cup of tea. Maintenance: We've had this drain for about three months now and it just clogged for the first time yesterday (I cut my husband's hair and he tried to wash it down the drain). There aren't any clear instructions that I could find online for how to clean the drain, but I'm here to tell you that rotating the chrome plug counter clockwise will eventually work. There are three different parts that you can unscrew when you rotate counter-clockwise: 1 is the bolt that holds the plug assembly fixed into the drain, 2 is the spring assembly to force the plug up when you push down on it, and 3 is the chrome/plastic cap that you push down on to plug/unplug the drain. Directly under the chrome cap is a brass fitting which is notched for a flat head screw driver that you can use to unscrew or tighten down the plug assembly easily once the cap is off. However, the parts rotate freely when they're assembled so it took some combination of pushing down and rotating counter-clockwise and pulling up and rotating counter clockwise to get the plug assembly to eventually come free of the drain. Once it was free it was easy to clean out. After I got the plug assembly out of the drain, I made sure to loosen the chrome cap from the plug assembly (it arrived very tightly screwed on) so that it will be easy to unscrew to get access to the brass fitting for future maintenance. Suggestions: If you plan to install this drain, I highly suggest that you learn how to free the plug assembly from the drain and loosen up the chrome cap before installing it. It'll save you 20 minutes of twiddling it around in two inches of backed up shower water.
Date published: 2013-04-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheap plastic I bought this drain for an American Standard Americast deep tub. I was surprised to see the drain pipes are all plastic, and not very sturdy plastic at that. It was also rather expensive relative to other drains from name-brand companies. Unfortunately, this seems to be one of the only drains (only one I could find) with enough vertical extension for a deeper tub. Instead, I bought a much higher quality brass drain for a regular tub, substituted a longer vertical pipe from the local hardware store, and got a much higher quality drain that I have confidence in.
Date published: 2012-08-07
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