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Aquatic

Model 260330SPCR-WH

Internet #203910610

Store SKU #588483

60 in. x 30 in. x 72 in. 1-piece Direct-to-Stud Tub Wall in White

$379.00 /each
  • Versatile 60-inch tub and shower has an easy-entry 15" tub height
  • Plenty of toiletry shelves to hold bath products
  • Seamless, smooth wall design is water-tight and easy to maintain

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The Aquatic 60 in. x 30 in. x 72 in. One Piece Direct-to-Stud Tub Wall in White is constructed from fiberglass-reinforced polyester to help provide long-lasting use and features a smooth, high-gloss finish that resists scratches to help provide easy maintenance. This single-piece tub and shower combination features a slip-resistant, textured bottom to help ensure safety while bathing or showering.

  • Features 2 integral soap shelves on the back wall
  • Fiberglass-reinforced polyester construction for long-lasting use
  • Right-hand drain location
  • Single-piece tub and shower combination helps provide a seamless look
  • Product may vary in store
  • Aquatic's everyday baths are reinforced with exclusive ArmorCore technology, which turns layers of material into a solid structure that withstands pressure, impact and abuse like never before

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What is the distance from the wall to the center of the drain.

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June 8, 2016
I an concerned about a floor joist under my subfloor, and would like to know the exact dimensions of the center of the drain hole from each stud wall. And what is the rough opening needed 60"?
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June 13, 2016
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Hello, the dimensions for drain rough in are as follows: Drain Rough-In (from Back Wall) 15 3⁄8 " and Drain Rough-In (from Side Wall) 2". The rough opening needed for the unit is 60 1/8".
I hope this answers all of your questions.
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June 9, 2016
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From the long side it is 15 3/8'' and from the short side 2''.
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What is overall width. I understand tub is 30" but with surround how much does that add?

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April 6, 2016
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April 13, 2016
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Overall width is 31 1/4". Detailed specifications can be downloaded on the product page under "Info and Guides"
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April 7, 2016
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The overall dimensions are 31.25'' x 60''.
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looking for this exact product but 72" (6') long, is it a special order? Cost?

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July 1, 2014
Right side drain also needed
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August 10, 2014
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You would have to check with your local store to know for sure but I believe a 72" length tub would be a special order item. The cost shouldn't be much more than the standard sizes. Ship to Store should be an available option for this item for free. You can also have it shipped to your home but you would have to pay the shipping costs (which is usually pretty hefty for larger items).
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July 2, 2014
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Unfortunately, this model is not available in 72" (6').
One option for a 72" tub-shower is Aquatics's 7236ST. This unit is a 1 piece, DuraCore tub-shower with with a LH/RH option. For more information, please visit our Aquatic website.
I hope this helps.
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Is this left hand drian or right hand drain?

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August 10, 2014
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This particular one is a right hand drain but it is also available in left hand hand plumbing.
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June 10, 2014
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Thank you for your interest in Aquatic. This unit has a Right hand drain, however it is also available with a Left hand drain. The model number for the left hand drain unit would be 260330SPCL-WH.
Let us know if you have additional questions.
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Hit or miss Ok, so I know "you get what you pay for" but it kinda goes to an all new meaning with this one. First off let me start with the fact that I HATE showers with seams as they're impossible to clean completely. So much so that yes, I blew out a wall to put this one in during a renovation. So, I checked online, saw they had 4 in stock (make sure it's more than 2) and hooked up the trailer. The right hand drains were on the upper shelf so I had to get someone to help get one down. The employees were happy to help and soon it was down and on a dolly. Looking it over, there was a LARGE split in the fiberglass on the back panel... ok, no biggie let's get another one. Next one is on the top shelf. 5min later it's down on a dolly. Looking it over, about a dime size flaw on the left wall. This time it was obvious it was a manufacturing flaw in the gell coat and not that of HD. A bit defeated I apologized and asked to get yet another one. Some what joking and some what hostile they agreed to "try yet again". A third unit came down and I hurriedly looked it over and said OK despite a scratch in the finish that I figured no one else would really notice but me. At this point they were glad to be done with me and I thanked them repeatedly for their help. As they scattered from the isle before I could change my mind I decided to give the tub a more thorough inspection. Sure enough, beneath the layer of dust was yet another crack in the back panel. This one an obvious impact from the backside likely once it left the factory and was wrestled on and off the shelves. So needless to say, now feeling as though I was looking for the impossibility of an undamaged tub and not wanting to be the source of any additional passive aggression, I was left choosing the best of the three damaged units, paying full price for it, buying a repair kit, and fixing it myself. So lesson learned: look these units over REALLY well, don't ask for more than one item off the upper shelves, and for God's sake, don't have one of these delivered! Who knows what shape it will be in. Anyways, once you get it home, fix it, and install it (properly with a mortar bed under it to prevent cracking) they're great! Best of luck though, you'll probably need it. August 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by It seems like a good tub other than the screw in the bottom. I inspected the tub before loading and again when I took the cardboard off. The screw that held the cardboard on bottom (cardboard had been removed from under the tub by store associates) was not in the osb floor reinforcement like it's supposed to be but instead in the tub itself. This didn't show right away mind you.....it spider webbed inside later, after the install was complete. December 8, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Solution to problem. These tubs lack proper support underneath. To fix the problem and keep them from cracking fill the void at the floor where the small support legs are with several cans of spray foam. I used great stuff but im sure there are other brands that will work just as well. July 29, 2015
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