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DreamLine Enigma-X 56 in. to 60 in. x 76 in. Frameless Sliding Shower Door in Brushed Stainless Steel
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Enigma-X 56 in. to 60 in. x 76 in. Frameless Sliding Shower Door in Brushed Stainless Steel

  • Fully frameless sliding door with premium 3/8 in. thick glass
  • Stainless steel hardware for a perfect mix of quality and style
  • DreamLine ClearMax water repellent and stain resistant coating
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Frame Finish: Brushed Stainless Steel
  • Brushed Stainless Steel
  • Polished Stainless Steel

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The DreamLine Enigma-X shower door, tub door or enclosure brings an air of sophistication and luxury with its modern and fully frameless design. The striking stainless steel hardware delivers a perfect mix of exceptional quality and cool urban style. The Enigma-X glass is treated with DreamLine exclusive ClearMax anti-lime scale glass coating for superior protection and easy maintenance. Choose DreamLine for the ultimate solution for your shower project.

  • Premium 3/8 in. (10 mm) thick ANSI certified clear tempered glass
  • Attention: this model has no adjustment for width or out-of-plumb (uneven walls)
  • Fully frameless design for an open and spacious feeling
  • DreamLine exclusive ClearMax protective glass coating
  • Model size: 56 - 60 in. W x 76 in. H
  • Door walk-in: 22 - 26 in.
  • Stationary panel: 29-1/8 in.
  • Stainless steel top guide bar can be trimmed up to 4 in. for width adjustment
  • Anti-splash threshold to prevent water spills (requires minimum threshold depth of 2-3/4 in.)
  • Large wheel assembly creates effortless sliding action
  • Reversible for a right or left door opening installation
  • Optional SlimLine shower base available (sold separately)
  • Hardware finish: brushed stainless steel; flooring threshold depth should be a minimum of 2 3/4 in.
  • Important: all measurements should be taken only after walls are finished (tile, back walls, etc.)
  • Professional installation required
  • Limited lifetime manufacturer warranty
  • NOTE: DreamLine shower bases will always be larger (approximately 2 in.) than the corresponding DreamLine shower enclosures/doors
  • Please, take this information under advisement when ordering your shower base and shower enclosure separately



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Enigma-X 56 in. to 60 in. x 76 in. Frameless Sliding Shower Door in Brushed Stainless Steel
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Can i use this door when there is a shower head on both walls.. meaning both sides

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You can, but you may want to point the shower head that is in direct line with the overlap of the shower panels away from that area. The vinyl strips should help to keep the water from escaping into your bathroom, but we would recommend a bathmat outside of the shower, just in case. If you have any other questions, please contact the DreamLine Customer Support Team at 866-731-2244 or via email at Read More
You can, but you may want to point the shower head that is in direct line with the overlap of the shower panels away from that area. The vinyl strips should help to keep the water from escaping into your bathroom, but we would recommend a bathmat outside of the shower, just in case. If you have any other questions, please contact the DreamLine Customer Support Team at 866-731-2244 or via email at support@dreamline.com. We are available 8am-7pm EST, Monday through Friday and Saturday from 9am-5pm EST. Thank you for your interest in DreamLine! Read Less
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Multiple questions: Please help

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Maui, Hawaii
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October 6, 2016
The opening width of my shower space is 55.25" on the bottom and 55.5" on the top.

Will your door have the required .25" adjustment to make up the difference?

I see the minimum suggested width is 56". Does this mean that the opening to enter and exit the shower in my case would simply be approximately 1-inch less, which would be acceptable to me.

Also, when looking into my shower stall, the showerhead is on the right wall, but it appears the sliding door is also on the right side, in front of my toilet. I understand that it is reversible and that I may put the fixed panel on the right side, with the sliding door on the left side. But since the water will be coming from the right side, will this post a potential leakage problem?

If so, may I correct the problem by installing the fixed panel on the inside right wall where my showerhead is and the sliding door on the outside instead, opening from left to right?
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Mirama, FL
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October 22, 2016
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I can't speak for the 1/4" slack - the manufacturer seems to say it has to be exactly plumb. I was lucky - we were changing a bathtub to shower, so we were building a shower area afresh and the guy knew he had to make it plumb. Any way you can get a handyman to address that - maybe just replace the drywall in that area? (should not be a major task - it's just .25").
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I can't speak for the 1/4" slack - the manufacturer seems to say it has to be exactly plumb. I was lucky - we were changing a bathtub to shower, so we were building a shower area afresh and the guy knew he had to make it plumb. Any way you can get a handyman to address that - maybe just replace the drywall in that area? (should not be a major task - it's just .25").
The width of the shower door is supposed to be 56 - 60", where you cut the top rod to the required length within that range (rod comes at 60"). I did not see any reason why it could not be less than 56, say 55". The rod does not seem to have any special holes or such at that 55/56 inch spot.
The slider / stationary parts of the door can be interchanged. There should not be a leakage problem - it's the same issue for the other position too. There's a clear plastic/rubber liner sort that covers that moving area at the trailing part of the slider that seems to keep any leakage out.
The sliding door cannot be installed on the outside - the whole look would change. It looks good because the top rod goes on the inside of the glass. To put the slider outside the rod will have to come outside of the glass. I wanted to do the same as you ask, but finally, I am happy I did not, and there's no issues for me. Read Less
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Unfortunately, the Enigma-X is designed to be used with plumb walls, and from your measurements, it sounds as if you have an out of plumb condition. We would not recommend that you purchase this door for your opening. DreamLine does, however, have other models that could work for you! The Encore Shower Door (Model #SHDR-1648760) can accommodate up the 3/8" out of plumb conditions on each side. The Read More
Unfortunately, the Enigma-X is designed to be used with plumb walls, and from your measurements, it sounds as if you have an out of plumb condition. We would not recommend that you purchase this door for your opening. DreamLine does, however, have other models that could work for you! The Encore Shower Door (Model #SHDR-1648760) can accommodate up the 3/8" out of plumb conditions on each side. The Cavalier Shower Door, (model #SHDR-1560760) will also accommodate up to 3/8" out of plumb conditions. You can put these model numbers in The Home Depot search field and they will come up for you! Please be aware that adjusting these shower doors down beyond the recommended 56" minimum can be done, but it will lessen the walk through opening of your shower door and will increase the overlap of the two panels. If you would like to have either of these shower doors made in a size more proportioned to a 55-56" opening, please have a representative from your Home Depot contact our Custom Glass Division at customglass@dreamline.com. They will work up a quote for your door and return it to the Home Depot for you to approve or deny. If you have any other questions, please contact the DreamLine Customer Support Team at 866-731-2244 or via email at support@dreamline.com. We are available 8am-7pm EST, Monday through Friday and Saturday from 9am-5pm EST. Thank you for your interest in DreamLine! Read Less
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October 6, 2016
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Sorry, but you will need to contact Dreamline about the door placement and about your other question as well.
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Does everyone that's purchased this door have the exact measurements on the bottom of the door opening as on the top??

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Online and the Dreamline customer rep says that both top and bottom widths must be exactly the same. Not sure how that is possible because no construction is that perfect. Is there just NO room for adjustments like there is on a framed door??
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September 23, 2016
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It sounds like your wall is crooked. The door will not close flush. You will get water on the outside of your shower.
Ok think about your question. Put a level (large)to your shower wall. If it sits flush the door will work. If not level your wall.
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The Enigma-X is our most frameless shower door and it does require plumb walls for installation. DreamLine does not recommend that you try to install in an opening that does not have plumb walls or level base. There simply is no way to adjust for these conditions because the door has no framing running down the walls. It is important that the moving panel close against the wall evenly. This is Read More
The Enigma-X is our most frameless shower door and it does require plumb walls for installation. DreamLine does not recommend that you try to install in an opening that does not have plumb walls or level base. There simply is no way to adjust for these conditions because the door has no framing running down the walls. It is important that the moving panel close against the wall evenly. This is important for leaking issues and the integrity of the glass panel. If you have any other questions or would like to call in to discuss your opening, please contact the DreamLine Customer Support Team at 866.731.2244. We are available 8am-7pm EST, Monday through Friday, and Saturdays from 9am to 5pm EST and will be happy to answer any questions you may have. You may also send an email to support@dreamline.com. Thank you for considering DreamLine! Read Less
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Can it be easily reconfigured after initial installation?

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If it is initially installed to have the door opening on the right, would it be easy to reconfigure it in the future to have the door on the left?
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September 17, 2016
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Nothing is easy with these heavy doors. I love the doors but it took hours to get them installed and adjusted properly so they close. I would say it probably could be done but it would be a task.
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I have my door on the left, it can be on either right or left.
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That is a good question. The quick answer is that yes, you can take this shower door down and reinstall it to change the door opening to the other side. The reality is that it may not be as easy as you would hope. Your upper guide rail brackets will, most likely, stay in the same position and may not need to be moved. There will be a wall bracket at the bottom of the stationary panel, and the guide Read More
That is a good question. The quick answer is that yes, you can take this shower door down and reinstall it to change the door opening to the other side. The reality is that it may not be as easy as you would hope. Your upper guide rail brackets will, most likely, stay in the same position and may not need to be moved. There will be a wall bracket at the bottom of the stationary panel, and the guide block that will have to be moved. This means additional holes in tile that will need to be repaired. You will also need to remove all of the silicone on your stationary panel and tiles. This does not include the risk of breaking a panel during the take down or re-installation process. So can it be done? Yes, but we would not say easily. If you have any other questions or would like to discuss this further, please contact the DreamLine Customer Support Team at 866.731.2244. We are available 8am-7pm EST, Monday through Friday, and Saturdays from 9am to 5pm EST and will be happy to answer any questions you may have. You may also send an email to support@dreamline.com. Thank you for considering DreamLine! Read Less
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 101 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love the look of the door. Very classy looking...and very strong...not wobbly like most shower doors. Installer was excellent. New this product well and did a great job installing it. Very pleased. This is a small room and now it feels so much bigger with the doors as opposed to the old shower curtain that kept blowing in on us! October 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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 Classy, rich look I had professionals install this, and they said it took effort: the glass is really heavy, and any bathroom is small space. Other than that, the end result is a classy looking bathroom with shower doors that look like twice what they actually cost. I actually had it costed out for a custom-made similar door, and the quote was twice this price of this at HD. So great buy, great value! October 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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 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 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 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 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great door! I wanted that slides , left to right. It is everything as description, no water spots. Beautiful hardware, looks very sleek. October 29, 2016
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