Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 98
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RB Beautiful Door
I shopped around for a beautiful glass door for our guest bathroom remodel. I did find the Enigma-X on sale and just couldn't pass this up. Installation wasn't too hard. Just remember to install the door stops on the bar when you put it in. We had to go back because we didn't see the step for this. Learn and move on I guess...The ability to have full adjustments for fitment is nice to have. Also the ClearMax Coating is nice.
October 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dc999 Professional looking product at less than half of the price
So had finished tiling a shower (first time) and had wanted to get a high end shower door. I was initially concerned that this was going to be a difficult install and also there was slight lippage between my tiles on the mounting surface. The walls were plumb so that was not an issue. It took me and my wife approximately 3 hours to install these and probably about 3 tries and 30 minutes to adjust them. We are very happy with the door and it looks great. The only difference between this door and a 1500-2000 dollar door is that there is an overlap of about 4" between the glass pieces because it is not custom cut
August 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rachel Beautiful!!! Great door...
GREAT DOOR! Looks like a million bucks for a reasonable price. Great quality. Took two professional contractors a few hours to install, but they were incredibly impressed with the quality of this door. Great option if you need a slider, but want the look of frameless. Definitely recommend!
September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by CANDI WOW JUST WOW!!!!
THIS DOOR CAME ON TIME AND PACKAGED VERY WELL. MY CONTRACTORS ALL LOVED IT, WERE VERY IMPRESSED I BOUGHT IT ON LINE. THE DOOR IS VERY HEAVY, SLIDES WELL AND LOOKS BEAUTIFUL. THE ONLY NEGATIVE THING IS INSTALLING IT SOME OF THE REVIEWS SAID IT SHOULD TAKE 2 HOURS. NOT!!! IT TOOK 2 TRADESMEN 8 HOURS.
July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BC A very good product
It took me nearly 7 hours to install this door by myself as it was my first. The directions were quite thorough and everything went together as advertised. A good product at a great price.
October 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HelmHomes Great quality and very heavy
The shower must be almost perfect as far as square and level. The glass is perfectly square. Takes two people to install and patience.
Well worth the time taken to install
October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by rickster Outstanding Shower Doors!!!
These are absolutely beautiful and very high quality doors. Love the trackless feature. these doors are extremely heavy and really require two people to complete installation, one of which, should be a pretty handy guy or gal. They roll silently on the two high quality rollers. Very, very nice!!!!
June 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jaybird Slick Shower Door
This DIY project cannot possibly be done all by yourself. These doors are very heavy, which is good right? The material quality is high. The glass is thick and pretty with nice glass-green edges. So plan on getting help from someone who has some time to grip a glass edge and heavy items while placing them carefully into position. Being tempered glass, the last thing I wanted to do was bang it against my tiled shower curb. I followed the directions pretty much exactly step by step and they kept me out of trouble. Very minor product changes were easily overcome (i.e. center door support/guide only had one mounting screw instead of the two shown in the mounting instructions).
The support bar that spans the opening is the key component of the assembly. Fortunately, it has the ability to be adjusted with set screws after being mounted to the wall for about an 1/8" of inch in any direction so I was able to mount it and set it perfectly level. At first, after we set the rolling door on the support bar, the bar was slightly out of level and the door gently rolled closed when open in any position. I thought that might be a nice feature, the self-closing shower door, but decided to level it out afterwards with the set screws at each end of the bar.
The door operates perfectly, is super smooth, has a nice, heavy, solid feel to it when gliding in either direction. Take time to adjust the rollers and door stops so that the door operates as expected. It's not hard but it's also not automatic. The rollers and glass supports have an offset center that are intended to be rotated around their "axle" to adjust for plumb and level and set into position. Our assembly fit perfectly into the opening. We had to cut the support bar as required to adjust to the opening. This is a big heavy piece of steel and took some effort to get through it (plus I measured 3x to make sure I got it right). Yes, the glass door and stationary door do overlap more than they need to and the perfectionist in me is looking beyond this minor shortcoming. The only solution would be to have a custom door made for our exact opening which would likely add a $1,000 to the job.
There are three plastic trims that mount on vertical edges of the door and the stationary panel, one door bumper guard and two closer strips that partially seal the gap between the two glass panels . The most important trim is the bumper that goes on the door cushioning the contact where it meets the wall. We only mounted one of the two additional edges putting one on the other door edge and leaving off the one intended for the stationary glass at the door opening side. The glass looks so good that we did not want to cover it with a plastic edge. Also, the two closer strips are a bit redundant, the one applied to the door should do the job, but even that one is probably not required in our shower configuration.
October 18, 2016