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American Standard Princeton 5 ft. Left Hand Drain Bathtub in White
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American Standard

Princeton 5 ft. Left Hand Drain Bathtub in White

$565.50 /each
Color/Finish: White
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  • White

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The American Standard Princeton 5 ft. Bathtub in White is designed to be lighter than cast iron without sacrificing quality or durability. This tub is recessed with an integral apron for contemporary aesthetics and functionality. A polished chrome bath drain is included for use in the left hand drain opening.

  • Half the weight of cast iron making it easier to install
  • Recessed bath with integral apron and tiling flange for an accommodating design
  • Above floor rough installation required
  • Provides optimal temperature insulation
  • Includes bath drain in polished chrome
  • Excellent temperature insulation qualities compared to acrylic

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are these dimentions correct?

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this states the tub height is 17.5 inches but the tub inside depth is only 9.5 inches. how is this possible?
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March 17, 2016
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The dimensions stated in the description are correct. 17.5" H and the tub depth is 9.5".
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The specifications list for this tub say that the material is cast iron. I guess that must be wrong?

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May 19, 2015
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The material is Americast. It is made of molded reinforcement material, thick enameling grade materia and porcelain enamel.
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is there a specific tub surround designed for this tub or can any one be used

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Anything can be used as long as it is the correct size.
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What material is this bath tub is made of?

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It is covered with a porcelain enamel on top of a thick steel shell and a nickel graded alloy.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Happy with our purchase We are very satisfied with our new tub. It looks great in our bathroom. American Standard makes quality merchandise. My husband and a plumber installed our tub. The only comment I heard them discuss was building a support frame along the back wall. This may not have been anything to do with the tub itself. It may have been due to our existing walls which we found upon demolition were not level. September 8, 2015
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