Model # 158729

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Delta Crestfield 60 in. x 58-1/8 in. Semi-Frameless Sliding Bathtub Door in Nickel with Clear Glass
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Crestfield 60 in. x 58-1/8 in. Semi-Frameless Sliding Bathtub Door in Nickel with Clear Glass

$289.00 /each
Frame Finish: Nickel
  • Brass
  • Bronze
  • Chrome
  • Nickel
  • White with Brass Handle
  • White with Bronze Handle
  • White with Chrome Handle
  • White with Nickel Handle

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Create your own unique shower door to fit your personal style. Delta configured 59-3/8 in. Sliding Tub Door - Includes Step 1 clear tempered glass, Step 2 brushed nickel track assembly kit, Step 3 Crestfield brushed nickel handles. It coordinates with Delta faucets and bath hardware.

  • Fits doors with an opening minimum/maximum of 50-1/8 in. to 59-3/8 in. (127 cm to 151 cm), with a 58-1/8 in. (143.5 cm) of height
  • (1) top track, (1) bottom track, (2) side jambs, (4) hidden rollers, (2) tempered glass panels, and (2) handles included
  • All Delta Shower Doors are designed to accommodate out-of-plumb conditions totaling 3/8 in.
  • Track may be trimmed to fit custom width; always double-check measurements before cutting
  • Sliding shower doors can be opened from left or right
  • Completely transparent glass panels
  • Spot guard glass coating reduces hard water spots making it easy to clean
  • Anodized aluminum finish that is matte dark silver in color
  • Semi-frameless shower door with a simple track edge and frameless glass panels
  • Features two Crestfield towel bar handles with a timeless elegant design
  • Coordinates with Delta faucets and bath hardware
  • Available in other sizes
  • 5 year limited warranty
  • Want to customize a shower door to match your style? Click the banner below.


    Delta Shower Door Configurator

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Will this fit for my tub if it measures 58" across the opening for doors?

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Hello CH, Thank you for your interest in our product. Yes, this Semi-Framed Sliding Bypass Tub Door will fit an opening of 50-1/8" to 59-3/8" with a height of 58-1/8".
Kind Regards, emccollum
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What tub/shower model is pictured?

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I really like the tub/shower - can anyone tell me what model it is, please?
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July 22, 2016
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I want to know the tub/shower item #, not the doors. Thanks.
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The is Model # 158735. the Crestfield 59-3/8 in. x 58-1/8 in. Semi-Framed Sliding Bypass Tub Door in Oil Rubbed Bronze with Clear Glass. Regards, emccollum
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July 20, 2016
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Model # 158735 is pictured.
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If I picked up in store, what are box dimensions so I can make sure it will fit in my vehicle?

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Does this come unassembled for easier transport?
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This product will come in three boxes – one for the Glass Panels, one for the Track Kit and one for your Handles.
The Glass Panels box will measure approximately: 32-1/4 x 62 x 1-3/4 inches
The Track Kit box will measure approximately: 4 x 62-3/4 x 3-1/8 inches
The box for your Handles will measure approximately: 22-7/8 x 4 x 3-1/4 inches
I hope this is helpful Kind Regards, The Shower Door Team
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My tub enclosure is currently 56'` wide by 563/4" high. Will this product work at 58 1/8 inch high? Is it possible to cut the height down to fit?

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Unfortunately the height of the top track cannot be adjusted as it is designed to work with the height of the glass (which cannot be cut) but there are a few options available.
Depending on the geometry and style of your enclosure you may choose to cut the top track length to match the internal distance of your enclosure side walls. This would result in a slight gap between the ends of the top track and Read More
Unfortunately the height of the top track cannot be adjusted as it is designed to work with the height of the glass (which cannot be cut) but there are a few options available.
Depending on the geometry and style of your enclosure you may choose to cut the top track length to match the internal distance of your enclosure side walls. This would result in a slight gap between the ends of the top track and your side walls above the enclosure.
Some customers use blocking materials and decorative molding rounds to either build out the small area on the side walls to meet the top track prior to installation or to cover the small gap which is left between the top track and the side wall after the shower is installed.
Alternatively, once the side jambs have been installed and the vertical position of the top track is known, some customers choose to cut the top track to the outer wall dimension (the distance above the enclosure walls). They will then trace onto the top track the portion of the top profile of the shower enclosure which interferes with the installation. The interfering portion of the top track is then cut away such that the top track is then able to fit the full wall to wall distance above the shower enclosure. The portion of the top track which is cut around the side wall is then sealed with silicone. This option would only be available if the distance between your outer walls (above the enclosure) is less than 59 inches.
As a third option, there are other shower doors sold at Home Depot which have a height which would fit your needs though they have a “Framed” look rather than the “Semi-Frameless” look you have selected. Read Less
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Crestfield 60 in. x 58-1/8 in. Semi-Frameless Sliding Bathtub Door in Nickel with Clear Glass is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product is flawed. After the contractor installed this shower door, I noticed a sizable gap between the glass and the frame on one side. I blamed him and asked him to fix it but he said that was the way it was intended to be installed. I checked the photos and the reviews on this site and I see that indeed the doors were designed that way and some folks are complaining about water leaking out the doors. My question is: why would Delta purposefully design a door that is likely to leak? Very unhappy but waiting for the grout to dry so I can try out this shower and see if it leaks.
Date published: 2016-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! These shower doors are absolutely beautiful. Good quality for the price. I would definitely recommend these doors if you want something elegant. Paired with rubbed antique bronze fixtures the doors really pulled the look altogether.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Water splashing out from the large opening between the glass door and the bottom rail You have to buy the doors, track assembly and the handles separately. Quality material and easy installation. However when taking a shower, water hits the opening between the inner glass door and the bottom rail, and splashes out onto the floor. Serious amount of water is accumulated on the floor after each shower so the floor has to be mopped each time. That makes the tub door not much better than a shower curtain. I suspected the problem was caused by the large opening between the inner glass door and the bottom rail. So I lowered the inner glass door from its nominal position to the lowest possible position. The resulting gap is 5/16". But the problem remains. There is also a limitation of how low the door could go even if you modify the roller assembly, i.e., there is a plastic door guide in the middle of the bottom rail (see picture 1 below). I contacted Delta and provided a lot of information including pictures and the 5/16" opening I observed. Delta confirmed that my installation was correct, including the 5/16" opening. I have an old sliding tub door that has been working properly for years. So I compared the new tub door with my old tub door. The main difference is an additional attachment at the bottom of my old glass door that seals up the opening between the door and the bottom rail (picture 4). This means water may seep in but never splash out. However as I mentioned earlier there is a plastic door guide sitting in the middle that prevents me from adding any attachment myself. So there is nothing I can do, at least for now. The attached pictures will help you understand the problems: Picture 1. 5/16" inch of opening between the door and the bottom rail (confirmed to be correct, please note the plastic door guide) Picture 2. Water accumulation on the bottom rail ((looking from outside the tub, not a problem by itself but it encourages more splashing) Picture 3. Water accumulation on the floor (in one minute of time) Picture 4. My old sliding door has a bottom attachment to seal the opening
Date published: 2015-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks great Everything turned out good and because I'm better with seeing the assembly than reading the directions it was good there was a video on YouTube!
Date published: 2015-12-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from happy with it it was not too difficult to assemble. too bad i did not have the tracks to install it. it is a very nice shower door. i have no more to say
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wet Floor I installed this as directed and I get water all over my floors after every shower. It seems like it is splashing up from the bottom rail. It seems like a design flaw.
Date published: 2015-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very beautiful sliding doors Very nice sliding doors. Smooth glide, beautiful crestfield towel rack. Clear glass allows to show off the tile work and elongates the bath. Really love the look
Date published: 2015-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great visual impact on bathroom remodel. I received the doors about a week after ordering. The packaging was good. I installed the doors myself (just an average DIY'er). It took about 4 hours total. Half of that time was spent drilling through tile. I am very happy with how the install turned out. My advice would be to make sure you measure twice and make certain everything is square before starting to drill the holes. These shower doors roll with ease and have a heavy/sturdy feel.
Date published: 2015-03-25
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