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Model SHDR-6260760-08

Internet #204371064

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Enigma-Z 56 to 60 in. x 76 in. Frameless Sliding Shower Door in Polished Stainless Steel

$1,101.10 /each
  • 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
Frame Finish: Polished Stainless Steel
  • Brushed Stainless Steel
  • Polished Stainless Steel

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The DreamLine Enigma-Z is a fully frameless sliding shower door, tub door or enclosure is the epitome of sophistication, elegance and modern innovation, with a design that rivals custom glass. The Enigma-Z shines with stainless steel hardware for luxurious style and exceptional quality. The Enigma-Z 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
  • Model has no adjustment for out-of-plumb (uneven walls)
  • Fully frameless design for an open and spacious feeling
  • DreamLine exclusive ClearMax protective anti-lime scale glass coating
  • Model size: 56 in. to 60 in. W x 76 in. H
  • Door walk-in: 22 in. to 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 2-3/8 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: polished stainless steel
  • Important - all measurements should be taken only after walls are finished (tile, back walls, etc.)
  • Professional installation required
  • Limited lifetime 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
  • Be advised: DreamLine shower bases will always be larger (approximately 2 in.) than the corresponding DreamLine shower door; please, take this information under advisement when ordering your shower base and shower door separately



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What is the difference between this model and the Enigma-X?

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Courtney, the difference between the two styles are hardware design differences and the height at which the moving panel hangs. The Enigma-X has the top of the moving panel in line with the stationary panel. On the Enigma-Z the moving panel hangs below the guide rail and the stationary panel is mounted so that it goes above the guide rail. The doors function in exactly the same way and are the same Read More
Courtney, the difference between the two styles are hardware design differences and the height at which the moving panel hangs. The Enigma-X has the top of the moving panel in line with the stationary panel. On the Enigma-Z the moving panel hangs below the guide rail and the stationary panel is mounted so that it goes above the guide rail. The doors function in exactly the same way and are the same thickness of glass. We recommend that you enlarge the photos so that you can clearly see the differences and choose which you prefer. If you have any other questions about either of these models, please call the DreamLine Technical Support Line at 866-731-2244 or via email at support@bathauthority.com. Thank you for your interest in DreamLine! Read Less
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Price states $894.88 ea. Does that mean the stationary glass is $894.88 & the glass door is $894.88 for total $1789.76?

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Debbie, the pricing you see on the HomeDepot site is for the complete unit, which includes both panels and all hardware necessary for installation. If you have any other questions, please contact the DreamLine Technical Support Team at 866-731-2244 or via email at support@bathauthority.com. We are happy to help! Thank you for considering DreamLine!
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful space-age shower door All stainless steel industrial-grade smoothly operating shower door has the look of modern technology, and is a thing of beauty. This shower door is so sleek and beautiful you will want to have house tours through your bathroom. It's difficult to install and should not be considered by anyone as a DIY project. It probably could be installed by one very strong guy, but that is not recommended . . . because of the weight of the doors and hardware it's a 2- or 3- man job. It weighs close to 200 lbs. January 5, 2016
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