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American Standard

Model 2391.202.222

Internet #100086889

Store SO SKU #1000948227

Princeton 5 ft. Right Drain Bathtub in Linen

$425.10 /each
Color/Finish: Linen
  • Arctic
  • Linen

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Americast is American Standard's proprietary, 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, roomier and just as sturdy as their cast iron counterparts. For your comfort, the Princeton series has added integral lumbar support and a beveled headrest to the tub interior. The tub features full slip resistance and is available in a wide array of finishes. Also an optional integral drain with Lift and Turn drain assembly is offered on Princeton tubs. Enhance your bathroom with American Standard.

  • Half the weight of cast iron making it easier to install
  • Right hand outlet
  • Integral lumbar support
  • Recessed bath with integral apron and tiling flange
  • Full slip-resistant coverage
  • Excellent temperature insulation qualities compared to acrylic

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What is the weight of this tub ?

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June 14, 2016
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The Princeton tub runs between 88 and 90 lbs.
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Can you show a better picture please?

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August 24, 2014
This tub is listed as a freestanding tub. It says it has a integral apron, but apron does not necessarily mean it surrounds the whole tub. It looks like it is just a standard soaker tub when I only see a top view.
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August 25, 2014
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This tub is for alcove installation, it is not a free standing tub.
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Confusion about model number and color.

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Falls Church VA
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August 23, 2014
The HD website shows an American Standard Princeton bathtub with model number 2391202.011 and with the color described as "Arctic". The American Standard website shows several models of Princeton tub with model number beginning 2391202, but none with extension 011, and none with color called Arctic. Does the model shown on the HD site as 2391202.011 correspond to any model shown on American Standard's site, and if so which one. Also, when you say "Arctic" do you mean white, or some other color like off-white?
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Artic is a very bright white versus the .020 color code for standard white.
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What is the difference between Americast Tubs..."Luxury Ledge" vs regular

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March 10, 2012
Am Std Princeton Luxury Ledge, Linen Model # 2395.202.222 @ $534 and
Am Std Princeton , Linen Model # 2391.202.222 @ $479

Pictures provided online do not differentiate ledge style ..Please explain how the ledge differs between models .... Thankyou....
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March 11, 2012
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The Luxury Ledge has 4" of additional space along the back ledge, the ledge is 4" wider than the standard tub. You can view both tubs at the American Standard website to view differences on the specification sheets.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bathtub Tub is nice, we love the color (Bone), haven't used it yet tho. July 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by tub had to replace a tub in a small bath room. since the old tub had to come out I was able to get the new in reverse to taking out . the only thing is you had to measure the old tub and order the exact replacement on line I took all the measurements and checked the size twice and then the right or left hand drain. the only real problem was the overflow and the floor drain was not matching on a house that is on slab there is no room to move so with a dremel tool and and a lot of grinding I was able to mate a flex coupling to each unit. October 21, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by We have 125of these tubs in Hotel.. Buyer beware! As people have said the water will collect in the corners of the tun. The tubs will discolor after 3 to 4 months of useage also the chip very easy. All 125 tubs here have standing eater in corners poor application of final finish, chips and rust around main drain. WATCH OUT! May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by great Love my new tub. Price was very affordable. It fit perfectly in the old spot. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent tub for the money I remodeled the other bathroom about 5 years ago and used this tub for that job and it has held up well. Yes, some reviews indicate the bottom stains but to me that's part of the price you pay for being slip resistant. Others talk about water not draining into the tub from around the top but many tubs are like that. I always wipe down the tile and the top of the tub anyway to eliminate the soap buildup. Anyway, I am using the same tub this time to renovate the other bathroom. Beware of similar models made especially for big box stores which may be less expensive but not the same product. I bounce off the American Standard web site and match product numbers down to the last letter/number. Also, tubs come in a variety of colors, sizes (height, width, depth), and drain orientation (left, right) so be sure you know what you are buying before you pull the trigger. April 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful Tub We got this tub at a discounted price during a sale. It was a great deal. It has a high shine which I love. It looks so clean and expensive which it wasn't. Very pleased. April 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by new tub The bath tub is very nice. I wish it were deeper. It is smaller than what I wanted, but it's in and I have accepted my mistake. March 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Tub--Great Deal The tub has a nice finish, is light weight, and the price was excellent. Installation instructions for a DIY job were excellent. I was replacing an old fiberglass insert model and had no issues with the previous plumbing matching up to the new tub. The one thing I was surprised about was the tub height--14 inches which seems fairly low for a tub, but I got used to it--no regrets. Overall a good experience and a good purchase.. February 23, 2016
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