Model # K-706015-D3-ABV

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KOHLER Levity 59-5/8 in. x 74 in. Semi-Frameless Sliding Shower Door in Bronze with Towel Bar


Levity 59-5/8 in. x 74 in. Semi-Frameless Sliding Shower Door in Bronze with Towel Bar

$615.94 /each
Frame Finish: Bronze
  • Bronze
  • Bronze finish
  • Matte Nickel
  • Nickel
  • Silver
  • Silver finish

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Product Overview

Bringing new technology and sleek style to the contemporary bath, Levity shower doors feature an innovative bypass system and roller design that provide an amazingly smooth, quiet sliding action for a difference you can feel. Levity’s unique design, including fully by-passable glass panels, makes installation easier than ever and allows for adjustability while the door is hanging. Gently curved towel bars accentuate the contemporary style of Levity shower doors.

  • Frameless, 1/4 in. thick frosted tempered glass
  • Innovative roller design simplifies installation and provides out-of-plumb adjustability while installed
  • Cushioned center guide provides quiet sliding action
  • Gently curved towel bars, inside and outside, provide integrated storage on the door
  • Installation opening: 74 in. H x 56-5/8 - 59-5/8 in. W
  • This shower door features CleanCoat Technology

    CleanCoat Technology

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Customer Questions & Answers

What width do I need on my shower curb to accommodate the doors? Not the 59-5/8", but the smaller width from front to back? About 2"?z

Asked by: DustinS
At least 2.5 inches
Answered by: PO
Date published: 2016-06-02

door to wall gap allows spray outside shower.

When the doors are closed, there is about a one half inch gap from the door to the wall. This allows spray from the hand held wand to pass outside. The problem is not door width. It is the rubber bumper around the upper track end, which holds the door away from the shower wall by about half an inch. The leakage is worse on the inner door because the door is separated from the front track by about 2 inches. What can be done to narrow this gap? I've seen some displays where a clear neoprene gasket fits over the door edge and extends to the wall when the door is against the bumper. This is a continuation of a previous question. I could not find a way to amend a question or ask for clarification of a previous answer.
Asked by: paul
It is designed with quarter inch gap and a 3/4 inch outside bar. I could reduce the door gap by trimming the upper bumper if I need to. If you have a half inch gap you need to adjust the rollers to level the edge of the door with your shower wall
Answered by: PO
Date published: 2016-06-02

Do both doors slide on this model?

Asked by: LizDarts
yes, both doors slide the entirety of the track. For example, you can slide both doors all the way to the left or both doors all the way to the right. You can select your configuration (ie. will the outer door position be to the left or right)
Answered by: VaporTrailz
Date published: 2017-01-06

How do I narrow the gap between the wall and closed doors?

When the doors are closed, there is about a one half inch gap from the door to the wall. This allows spray from the hand held wand to pass outside. What can be done to narrow this gap? I've seen a u-shaped neoprene gasket that fits over the door edge.
Asked by: paul
Make sure your door is level / square with the shower wall by adjusting one of the door rollers up or down. Then I would use a file or dremmel tool to reduce the thickness of the upper bumper.
Answered by: PO
Date published: 2016-06-02
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Customer Reviews

Levity 59-5/8 in. x 74 in. Semi-Frameless Sliding Shower Door in Bronze with Towel Bar is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 41.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from We bought this shower door because of looks and price. Two, there was a small chip ... We bought this shower door because of looks and price. Two, there was a small chip on the edge of the door we didn't notice until we got it up and two, we can't get it to be flush against the wall so there is a half inch gap. We haven't used it yet as it's just been installed but I can see where water is going to get out of the shower. I guess it goes to show you get what you pay for. It does look nice but I'm thinking it's going to have to be replaced eventually as it's not going to do the job. I would recommend looking at something else before getting this.
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great door! Despite what people say the installation is not too bad. Take some time and lay out a... Great door! Despite what people say the installation is not too bad. Take some time and lay out all the parts and make sure you understand where everything goes and how all the pieces work together before you start drilling holes. Make sure your walls are plumb! Or very close to being plumb. My curb or ledge is barely over 2.5 inches and thankfully this door sits perfectly on that space. Both doors slide the entire length of the track. This was important for me due to the setup of my bathroom and it took a lot of research to find this info. Overall the door looks very upscale - the glass is nice. The metal parts and finishes are not top, top quality but better than average. I'd say the whole thing is between mid and high quality. It took my Father and I about 4 hours to install - though the first hour was simply unpacking and organizing parts. If I had to install another one of these doors it would probably take 90 minutes now that I know what I'm doing. Instructions can definitely be improved but should not be too difficult for a regular do-it-yourself guy like myself. If your contractor cannot figure out how to install this door then I would suggest you probably need to find yourself a new contractor. I only mention that because I read several reviews stating the contractor would not install door due to the complexity. Again, it's not that complicated once you understand the lay of the land. Do your research, read the specs, understand your own space and you will be fine. Lastly, I will mention that I took an extra step of securing the the center guide (bottom rail guide) piece with a screw. The instructions say to simply use silicon but this seemed too weak to us once we started mounting the doors, so we went ahead and drove one screw in the center guide piece for extra support. Obviously make sure you silicon the perimeter to prevent leakage. There is no gap (or very tiny gap) between the bottom door and the shower curb if installed correctly. Hope this helps - overall its a great door for the price. You can't beat the looks and the doors slide like a dream.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Door looks great installed and the best part is... I found this article with pictures and advice about installing the kohler levity that was very helpful put together by a contractor. Saved me quite some time. I had to pass it on here's the link
Date published: 2016-01-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Kohler Levity I love the contemporary look of this door but the installation took two days and a LOT of patience to adjust the front door rollers and clips to allow the door to roll smoothly. Still not as smooth as the back door which has no clips. After ONE week, the clips slipped out of alignment and the door stopped sliding completely. There is no bracket to keep them from loosening and then spinning sideways. Kohler customer support's solution consisted of advising us to review installation instructions. As another reviewer here stated previously, the clip - wheel assembly needs to be re-designed. I wish I had paid more attention to that comment before buying this door.
Date published: 2014-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful and functional... This door is amazing. It looks beautiful. It's coated with "clear coat technology," which means the glass has built in chemicals that help resist water stains. The only thing I was not aware of is that the head rail is only 71" tall. The glass goes up to 74", but the headrail runs under the top of the glass as shown in the picture. If you are looking for a headrail that is taller than 71", I would go with a bigger size. I had a handyman install it and he said it was fairly difficult to install.... but it is worth it. Before I ordered this door, I had a custom glass guy give me a quote. He quoted almost the exact same door for $900. This is a great deal if you are wanting the look of custom glass.
Date published: 2015-10-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice looking but a bit flimsy The door "looks" nice but the installation was not easy. The framing is very minimal so you don't get that nice seal like other doors. I bought it using only the images on-line and wish I had seen it in person. It has a nice sleek modern look but I probably would have gone with another door had I physically seen it. It only has rubber edging on the side closest to the shower head which seemed odd to me. My contractor installed it so I am going off his comments on ease of installation. I don't like that the outer door is already squeaking and we are having trouble opening and closing, after only ONE month of installation. I may need to contact Kohler about this.
Date published: 2014-04-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Shower Door We bought this shower door had it installed. Looked nice . At first I thought it was great. Go in shower go out. Nothing more. take shower almost every day. After a few weeks started getting harder to slide doors. Then the piece in middle to hold doors to their own sides when sliding came loose. Along with the metal trim that goes on bottom of glass to prevent water from spraying out of shower. The metal piece will not stay on. The whole thing now is slowly falling apart. Terrible, not a strong set up. Would NOT RECOMMEND. I called the guy that installed it and he said its warping. So basically I spent a lot of money on shower doors and they didn't last 4 months.
Date published: 2014-12-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hmmmm....... This door was a real pain to install. 1. As it turns out my tile guy did not ensure the walls were flat when he did my job. One wall bows about 1/2". Getting the side rail flush to the wall required me to drill holes in the rail AND my tile, insert anchors, and tighten with screws. I'm a machinist by trade but I still had trouble balancing the correct counter bore depth for the screws I used and wound up with one jut pulling through the rail. I had to add decorative washers to properly hold the screws for installation. Looks OK but not what I wanted at all. 2. The little clips that hold the front door on are not a great application. Its easy to cause them to rotate and bind up the front door. If you didn't install the door yourself you probably would have a hard time fixing this. I'm sure this will (inevitably) happen when I'm traveling for work and my wife will go nuts. They also drag on the header just enough to be annoying. 3. The inside door is intended to be toward the shower head. It has about 1/4" gap between the door and wall because of the bumpers on the top and bottom. Also the door is about 2" behind the front vertical rail. It looks stupid and leaks occasionally. The little strip they send for application to the back of the vertical rail is intended to prevent this. This is very curious solution as it does absolutely nothing to seal the door. It might prevent water from running down the wall in tension and escaping the shower but does nothing to prevent water from just splashing out the gap. Once you have one you'll see what I mean. 4. Once I decide I don't like this door it will be as difficult to remove as it was to install. A ton of caulk stuck all over the door area and 6 holes in my new tile to boot. LOOK FOR SOMETHING ELSE! FYI I am a competent do-it your self-er and have been buying and renovating houses for almost 30 years. I have yet to encounter a home project I could not tackle with good results. I'm not proud of this one though......
Date published: 2015-06-07
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