Model # 158731

Internet #204185609

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

Mandara 60 in. x 58-1/8 in. Semi-Frameless Sliding Bathtub Door in Bronze with Clear Glass

$313.00 /each
Frame Finish: Bronze
  • Bronze
  • Chrome
  • Nickel

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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 oil rubbed bronze track assembly kit, Step 3 Mandara oil rubbed bronze 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”
  • 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
  • Powder coated aluminum that resembles a rich, dark brown color
  • Semi-frameless shower door with a simple track edge and frameless glass panels
  • Features two Mandara towel bar handles with a comfortable everyday 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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Can I get this combo with fixtures on right side of tub

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Hello Charles1959,
We thank you for your interest in our product. There are pre-drilled holes on both sides of the Glass panel for handles. These come with this selection. Kind Regards, emccollum
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What is the width of the tub? Framed, doorway to room is 27".

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Hello BDH, This Sliding Bypass Tub/Shower Door will fit a door opening of min/max of 50-1/8" to
59-3/8" with a 58-1/8" height. I hope this is helpful.
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My shower door slides open all the time. It won't stay closed. How do I adjust the glass doors??

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Hello Suziq,
Thank you for your interest in our product. Please check your top track level. You can also try adjusting the rollers of the door (instructions found on deltashowerdoors.com). If neither one of these work, please call and speak with a provider.
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What shower tub combo is pictured with the door assembly as I like this specific shower tub combo design.

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Chris ~ The Delta Model # 158731 Internet # 204185609 is Mandara 59-3/8 in. x 58-1/8 in. Bypass Sliding Tub/Shower Door in Oil Rubbed Bronze with Semi-Framed Clear Glass.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good quality , fair price We installed this shower door system last week , easy , simple and quick . No hassles , no big mess .....a good product for a fair price . You can do it by yourself or with a little bit help , easy going. August 30, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Design Issues 23 years ago, I installed a tub sliding door when I first bought my house. Now, I am remodeling my bathroom by throwing away the 23 years old tub sliding door and installing a new one. To my surprise, although the price is doubled, the quality is worse. Here are some critical issues not friendly for customers need to be addressed. 1) The Jambs are the most important parts in the entire assembly. It should not be challenging if the design is appropriate. a) 1st of all, the 5/16 drill for the type of wall anchor is way overkill for a fiberglass tub. There are a lot of wall anchors out there, and most common wall anchors only need 3/16 drill size, which is far more than enough to securing the Jambs. The current wall anchor is too hard of a material. One of the screws going into the wall anchor already stripped in the head before it bottoms out. b) Secondly, the jamb is an extruded aluminum with a channel facing the wall. The channel depth is 1/2" to be exact. Because of the hollow channel, overtightening the screw could deform jamb easily. Therefore, I purchased 6X 1/2" thick spacers separately from a local hardware store and planned on placing them in the channel behind the screws to prevent the aluminum channel from deforming. However, I could not proceed with my idea because the wall anchor heads are not flush to the wall, but stuck out 1/16". c) Thirdly, the Jambs and cross members are extruded aluminum powder coated in black. They are not oil rubbed bronze, not even close to a faked one. I would redesign the Jambs starting out with replacing the wall anchors with the ones requiring smaller diameter drill bit so that they can be mounted flush to the surface of the tub if I were the engineer for the tub door. I would add 6 spacers behind the screws in the channel. 2) The sliding door track on top should be given cutting options in the instruction. a) The current instruction is for the tub whose height is taller than the jambs. b) My tub is exactly the same height as the jambs. Following the existing instruction, the track on top and in between the jambs is above the tub walls, which leaves a 1-inch gap to the wall above the tub on each side. Aesthetically, it is not acceptable to have a gap between the wall and end of the track. i. To resolve this problem, the instruction should provide the design a different type of cut that needs to start the measurement at the center of the track because both ends will be cut symmetrically. ii. The customer needs to measure two dimensions, between the tub walls “B” (in the current instruction) and between walls above the tub “B + 2 inches”. The customer should cut symmetrically with a step and radiused corner at each end of the track. iii. To cut the corner radius for the steps, the customer should first draw 3X 5/16” diameter circles use the 5/16” drill bit to drill out a hole at the intersection of the 2 circles on each side. I would add an option for the jambs same height as the tub. I would also give a warning stating that this product does not fit the bath tubs whose height is shorter than the jambs. 3) The water leak through the wide gap between inside and outside doors. a) If inside door needs to be on the shower head side to prevent water splashing through the wide gap between inside and outside door, make the door catch at each jamb to be a go-nogo bumper so that the inside door can never be fully closed when sliding away from the shower head, and the outside door can never be fully closed when sliding closer to the shower head. b) To narrow the gap between two doors, the two handles can be offset – do not need to be aligned in the same line so that back caps do not need that much clearance when sliding closer to each other. June 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product for the money!!! Very happy!! I was at first a little skeptical about purchasing site unseen. The product was packed up very nicely and very nice quality!! I choose the color "oil rubbed bronze" and got clear glass and upgraded to the nicer handles which were very very nice design!! No need to spend double the amont these are great!!! I posted a picture below with the finshed product and the look was well above my expectations!! July 3, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of time and money Upon my sons first bath with the new shower doors on, I quickly realized that the door does not keep any water in. The small ledge that runs along the inside of tub allows water to go directly up and over and onto the floor. Even though I don't want to go through the hassle of removing the shower door and adding another one, this just simply isn't going to work out for us and defeats the whole reason I bought a glass shower door in the first place. December 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quality Product Not many parts to assemble. Glass is very heavy duty. Looks great when completed. December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy installation quality product Finish matches our Delta faucets well. A lot of door for your money, most other brands of this quality are a lot more expensive. May 3, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bathtub Sliding doors The components are good quality and the doors look very nice after assembly. The slider assembly was missing one roller but Home depot had a replacement for $1.99. Method of retaining the bottom track could have been better but overall the end product is pleasing to look at. January 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I really like it, very clean and easy. The helpers had a little bit of trouble adjusting it. My doors are very easy, practical and clean products. I know that my help that some difficulties adjusting the doors. December 8, 2015
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