Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 26
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JM Dealta Simplicity was simple to install !
As noted by an earlier customer, expect an almost black painted aluminum vs. the typical bronze tone like their faucets. It was simple to install but if your tub has just a minor imperfection on how plumb it was when installed, you will find the glass panels sliding away from their smooth tracks. Which means from any side, it will expose a gap between the glass and the wall bracket. And spilling water out into the bathroom when showering. I am awaiting for the missing center bumpers, and hopefully, that may keep the glass panels in place while showering. Otherwise, it is a great value. Pick it up at the store and save $99 delivery charges. Just a bit heavy (84 lbs) so i took the pieces out of the box while it is still in the car.
August 18, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by imel Best deal I could find
this delta shower door has full size towel rack/bars on both doors however one on the inside and one on the outside. the inside towel rack sticks out about 2-3 inches from the door, which takes up valuable room in the shower. the towel bar is in the way which has caused me to hit my elbow on it numerous times - not a great design. Also there are no handles on either door - not convenient. Finally both towel racks/bars are mounted through the doors - meaning there are nuts essentially on both doors on the opposite side of the towel rack. This along with a full towel rack on the inside door make using the squeegee to remove water drops on the shower doors after showering very difficult. I expected more from Delta. Looks good though and was a super good deal.
April 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by leco great product
looks great, works great, great value, easy to install,
I am impressed with the overall quality,
And the MOST important feature, the wife loves it.
December 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by sandy slidng shower doors
Love my new shower doors. I am redoing another bathroom and plan to purchase another shower door in the future.
August 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JDFofco Do not buy
The gap between the two glass doors is way to wide, water splashes out the gap. Gap at the bottom of the doors is also to wide, water comes out the bottom. Doors do not line up with channels on the end frame. Junk.
July 26, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Sc Purchased two years ago
When I purchased two years ago, I thought that the door looked good for the price. It was just the color I was looking for. This door went on a guest bath that rarely gets used and I noticed today that the bronze paint is already chipping off around the bottom rails. The glass doors do not even touch the bottom so I'm not sure what's causing it to chip. I guess you get what you paid for.
July 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by enetasylum101 easy installation
Great value for the money. The installation was easy but the instructions could have been better. the doors look rich and elegant. The glass slides very easy and the treated sides of the glass are very easy to keep clean. Would buy again and recommend this door for the quality and price.
July 21, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by MeeToo Great concept but needs better engineering
When I saw this product in the HD web page, I thought it was a great way to solve our shower curtain problems. After all, I've put tub doors in before. I really liked being able to select the design elements I wanted. This is where the complements end.
To get the small issues out of the way: 1) the divider/separator (goes in the center of the bottom track) should be about 3 mm higher. When the doors are properly level, they ride over the divider and swing out into tub. 2) The wall anchors are way too flimsy. All of them bent out of shape when I tried to put them in; one of them snapped apart and I had to substitute another I happened to have around. For the cost of this unit, I think they could put an extra $0.60 into these critical parts. 3) The rubber guards in the door jams to hold the doors open or closed are a good idea because you cannot properly level the doors (see comment 1), but they should be described in the directions and not treated as an afterthought to be found later.
The big issue is the height. This is a fixed parameter but there was no warning of the issues it can cause. I have a fiberglass tub set into an alcove. My biggest mistake was following the directions by cutting the top track to the width of the wall jambs. That was the perfect height to sit on top of the jambs with about 2 inches on both sides to the alcove wall. After paying another $120.00 for the new frame kit, I had to cut the top track to the width of the alcove wall, then cut notches into the track to fit over the fiberglass shoulders and grind to get it close to level. Finally I had to do some creative caulking to fill in the large gaps.
March 29, 2014