Model # K-865-N1-0

Internet #100044587

KOHLER Tea-For-Two 6 ft. Whirlpool Tub with Reversible Drain in White


Tea-For-Two 6 ft. Whirlpool Tub with Reversible Drain in White

$556733 /each

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Product Overview

With adjustable neckjets and six massaging jets individually targeted to soothe aching muscles, this Whirlpool bath makes it easy to unwind and de-stress. Spacious enough for two, the supportive design with molded armrests embraces you in comfort, and a built-in heater keeps your bath warm for long, luxurious soaks.

  • 6 hydro massage jets can be individually adjusted for water flow and direction
  • Variable-speed pump for adjusting massage intensity
  • Adjustable neck jet pillow with 2 jets provides a stimulating, stress-relieving neck massage
  • Built-in heater
  • Electronic keypad
  • Generous 6 ft. length provides spacious bathing for up to two people
  • Molded armrests offer extra comfort while bathing
  • Safeguard slip-resistant surface on bath floor
  • Crafted of KOHLER cast iron for deep, glossy color and to stand firm against years of use
  • Optional remote control available
  • Less all trim
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Customer Questions & Answers

If when you walk in my bathroom and then go up two steps I have a bathtub sunk into the floor that I'd like to replace with a whirl pool tub.

Is it possible to put a jacuzzi tub into the floor? Does this make sense?
Asked by: Anonymous
Greetings Susan, My name is Tom, also known as HD116 at Home Depot's How to Community. I am here today answering a few product questions and saw yours. Actually many Jacuzzi styled tubs are "drop - in", meaning they are designed without sides and are inserted into an enclosed area with walls which is the same is being sunk. I think it makes perfect sense. Check the specifications section of the models you are considering to see if they will fit. Thank you for your question and if you have further questions, feel free to visit us at
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-09-17
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