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American Standard

Model 2391.202ICH.020

Internet #100035087

Store SO SKU #1000949512

Princeton 5 ft. Americast Right 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 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
  • Right 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 and beveled headrest for comfort
  • Full slip resistant coverage for safety
  • Americast feature retains heat longer and emits less sound
  • ADA compliant with seat installed at head end

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What is the difference between the American Standard #2390.202.020 bathtub and the

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February 29, 2012
A.S. #2391.2021ch.020 bathtub, besides the price? Both are called The Princeton.
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Have not yet purchased either of the two but upon looking on-line the only difference I see is the ledge of one is wide; making it a 34' width while the other is 30". The wide ledge would be nice for holding shampoo and items during a soaking bath but might be too wide in tight spaces.
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August 18, 2013
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I am not sure about the other model, but this includes the drain
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March 1, 2012
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The 2391.202ICH.020 tub has a integral drain built into the tub, and also has a right hand outlet. The 2390.202.020 does not come with the built in drain feature, and has a left hand outlet.
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Does this tub require a mortar base for final installation?

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November 7, 2015
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Did some research -
Going back about 10 years, AS said you should NOT use mortar. Note that there are still specs being posted from 2003 that show this.
Many pro's were skeptical and found that if you did not, the flexing and creaking were terrible and it was probably more likely to fail prematurely.
I found a spec from 2013 that now says its OK, but not required. Perhaps something in the designed Read More
Did some research -
Going back about 10 years, AS said you should NOT use mortar. Note that there are still specs being posted from 2003 that show this.
Many pro's were skeptical and found that if you did not, the flexing and creaking were terrible and it was probably more likely to fail prematurely.
I found a spec from 2013 that now says its OK, but not required. Perhaps something in the designed changed or they just admitted they were wrong. Many pros feel its always a good practice. I was in a home depot yesterday and actually stood in one setup in a display model / alcove. The flexing and creaking was noticeable...... Read Less
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February 23, 2015
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Please contact the manufacturer.
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What does the side of the tub look like?

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August 18, 2013
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It is smooth, with a ridge near the bottom, about 2-3 inches from the floor.
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December 29, 2012
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It is basically smooth with a lip at the bottom.
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Does Am. Std. make 14" Princeton Americast tub with a right hand drain w/o pre-installed drain?

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I want to use a Moen oil brushed bronze drain to match shower and tub spout.
I understand Model # 2391.202ICH.020 is right hand with preinstalled chrome drain
and Model # 2391.202.020 is LEFT hand w/o drain.
I like the design & specs of the Model # 2391.202.020 but need a right hand drain.
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Please look at 2391.202.020. It is a right hand drain with no drain included.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice tub but scratches easily The tub is sturdy and looks great. It is not too shallow and not too deep. Perfect for bathing kids without having to do too much leaning. The only draw back is that it scratches so easily. I haven't used anything abrasive on it at all and with only a soft sponge saw some faint scratches after only a few weeks. I've been extra careful since then but still makes me nervous to see how it will hold up over time. All in all though it is not bad for the price July 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Had before Great tub. Dent on upper edge from shipping... Easy to install, but make sure the opening is wide enough. FYI: the overflow drain is molded in - like a vanity - so be aware that the existing drain may need to be moved or adjusted. May 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Value This was a excellent quality well packaged tub. It also included the drain. April 12, 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 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good tub horrible custom service. I got the tub from Home Depot and it came in as the wrong color which I actually ended up liking better and was also damaged with huge chips on both ends. The tub is high quality and looks nice. Just Home Depot didn't want to do much for all of my problems with the chips. March 24, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Princeton tub Tub was delivered on time. Waited nearly a month for plumber to install. When we opened the box the tile flange is missing the enamel. Water could weep up and rust the flange and drip out rust in the corners after tile is installed. Very surprised American Standard let this slip by quality control. When this tub is retuned I will not buy another American Standard. Their standards are off. January 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Purchase My plumber said he installed it with ease and he felt it was well-made. It arrived with no imperfections, as many reviewers have mentioned. I'm happy with the product. April 7, 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
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