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American Standard

Model 2390.202ICH.020

Internet #100007459

Store SO SKU #1000949572

Princeton 5 ft. Americast Left Hand Drain Bathtub in White

$375.70 /each

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The American Standard Princeton 5 ft. Americast Bathtub part of the traditionally designed Princeton Collection. The Princeton bathing pool is our revolutionary alternative to cast iron that's more durable, 50% lighter and costs less to install. Thanks to inherent manufacturing advantages, Americast bathtubs can be made deeper, flatter and roomier than their cast iron counterparts.

  • Durable Americast material is lightweight for easy installation
  • Left hand outlet - factory installed integral overflow and chrome drain assembly
  • Improved tile edge provides increased protection from water damage
  • Recessed bath with integral apron and tiling flange
  • Integral lumbar support for comfort and beveled headrest for comfort
  • Full slip resistance for safety

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yes or no to a mortar bed?

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American standard did not answer. The instructions say no to mortar? Will a mortar bed cause a problem?
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the instructions posted by HD are out of date, and said "no"
more recent ones say "acceptable"
From what I can tell, many installers think it helps reduce flexing and creaking
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November 14, 2015
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Mortar is acceptable to use.
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What is the weight of the tub?

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This tub weighs approximately 88lbs.
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What is the difference between this princeton tub and the cheaper model #2390.s.020

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In order for us to compare models we would need the model number of the other Princeton tub that you are referring too to compare.
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what is the soaking depth inside the tub. It states only 9 inches?

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The soaking depth is 9.5 inches.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Beware - water damage into wall or floor likely, water on tub edge does not drain into tub! I wanted to like this tub for our guest bath - it is simple, sleek, not too heavy to install, the brand stamp is subtle, the non skid surface is annoying, but required by law, and not as rough and ugly as some tubs. The deal-breaker problem? When this tub is absolutely level, the water pools on the edges. On the raised inner edges of the tub that are tiled down over, the corners are notched out almost down to the level of the top of the tub - not sure why, since these corners are where water pools when one is showering. Thus our contractor decided to install it ever so slightly out of level towards the bathroom floor. So now if one is not very careful with the shower curtain, water that hits the tub edge drains down onto the tile floor instead of back into the tub. Interestingly, water STILL pools in the tiled corners as well....which makes me wonder what's happening under the tile where those v notches are cut out of raised tub edge. So 1 star for not having tub edges that slant slightly INTO the tub. Definitely a very high risk for quite expensive water damage in the walls and/or floors. Why buy a tub with a built in water damage problem? September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The feel of steel Did not put in my self. A clan line short tub. Easy to get in to and out. Just right for older people. July 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Lots of hairline cracks in enamel surface. Tub might be about 20 years old. Real cast iron would have been fine instead. Enamel surface also got a rust stain on one area like it is porous or something. July 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Damaged again No stars. I do not recommend ordering this product from Home Depot. There is always paint chipped off on the tub upon delivery or store pickup. Box appears perfect but upon opening there is always damage either major or minor. January 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Quality This tub was recommended by our contractor. The tub came in perfect shape September 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Enamel cracks We installed tub 18 years ago. Tub started rusting out 3 years ago at age 15. Bottom is covered with lots of hair line cracks and has rusted at those cracks. Bottom of tub now has a sunken area where water accumulates. We have to tear out surrounds and tub to replace tub before it rusts completely through. American Standard did not offer to replace the tub under the lifetime warranty. August 2, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Damaged Product arrived damaged and now we have to order a new one. February 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by great tub, great value overall rating, its not in use yet, just placed and hooked up, more work before we get to use it. August 26, 2014
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