Model # 105F-59

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MAAX Tonik 59-1/2 in. x 57-3/8 in. Frameless Sliding Tub Door in Chrome with 6MM Clear Glass
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Tonik 59-1/2 in. x 57-3/8 in. Frameless Sliding Tub Door in Chrome with 6MM Clear Glass

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Transform your bath surroundings with a beautiful tub door. This frameless tub door from the Tonik Series has clean lines, clear glass and a chrome finish. Your shower will seem larger with the open feel of clear glass. Clear glass also shows off your beautiful tile.

  • Fits finished opening width of 54 to 59.50 in.
  • Standard 6mm (1/4 in.) clear safety glass panels easily glide open on the EZ Kleen bottom track
  • Has 2 tubular shaped towel bars
  • OOPS Installation Guarantee, if mistakes happen during installation, Keystone replacement parts will be shipped directly to your home at no charge
  • The silver aluminum tub door framing will not rust

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Can I purchase replacement handles?

This question is from Tonik 54 in. to 59-1/2 in. W Tub Door in Polished Brass-DISCONTINUED
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San Diego, CA.
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October 16, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Terry. We do not carry the handles for this tub door. However we do carry a variety of handles you can view here:
http://www.homedepot.com/b/Bath-Bathroom-Accessories-Hardware-Bath-Tub-Shower-Accessories/N-5yc1vZbzr5/Ntk-Extended/Ntt-shower+door+handle?Ntx=mode+matchpartialmax&NCNI-5
We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Terry. We do not carry the handles for this tub door. However we do carry a variety of handles you can view here:
http://www.homedepot.com/b/Bath-Bathroom-Accessories-Hardware-Bath-Tub-Shower-Accessories/N-5yc1vZbzr5/Ntk-Extended/Ntt-shower+door+handle?Ntx=mode+matchpartialmax&NCNI-5
We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Minimum Width

This question is from Tonik 59-1/2 in. x 57-3/8 in. Frameless Sliding Tub Door in Satin Nickel
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Swansaws
October 13, 2012
My tub enclosure is 52 inches, does this item come in a smaller width?
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October 17, 2012
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Sorry , the next size down is 42-47 1/2
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October 17, 2012
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Sorry the next size down is 42-47 1/2
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I'm trying to match this same model no. door (105FR-59) I purchased in 2006 from you

This question is from Tonik 59-1/2 in. x 57-3/8 in. Frameless Sliding Tub Door in Chrome
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Larry
Vernon, VT
August 23, 2012
1. Is this a frameless door?
2. Is the Opaque/patterned glass actually called "RAIN"? The door I have is "RAIN".
3. Is this door available for pickup in Keene, NH? The one I purchased in October,2006 was a stock door then.
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The door is indeed frameless. "Rain" is a specific pattern of obscure glass used by many manufacturers, and it is the pattern of this door. For this doorset, you'll need to order the specific door from the manufacturer (MAAX) as a replacement (as opposed to a generic plate door). The reason for this is that there are holes drilled for the manufacturer's mounting bracket and for the towel holder. Maax is Read More
The door is indeed frameless. "Rain" is a specific pattern of obscure glass used by many manufacturers, and it is the pattern of this door. For this doorset, you'll need to order the specific door from the manufacturer (MAAX) as a replacement (as opposed to a generic plate door). The reason for this is that there are holes drilled for the manufacturer's mounting bracket and for the towel holder. Maax is a Canadian company and normally, the products need to be special ordered. Your local retail location may be able to order it for you for pickup there. Read Less
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October 23, 2012
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The new door purchased is a frameless door ...all else does not refer to me or this order
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August 27, 2012
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Hello Valued Customer,
Thanks for your question and interest in this item. Model 105FR-59, Internet 100403110 is a frameless door. The Opaque patterned glass is not the same as a Rain style glass. This item is an online exclusive and is not readily available for immediate pick up in any of your local Home Depot stores. This item is however available for online purchase today. Most orders ship within 4
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Hello Valued Customer,
Thanks for your question and interest in this item. Model 105FR-59, Internet 100403110 is a frameless door. The Opaque patterned glass is not the same as a Rain style glass. This item is an online exclusive and is not readily available for immediate pick up in any of your local Home Depot stores. This item is however available for online purchase today. Most orders ship within 4 business days.
Please allow an additional 2-6 business days for Curbside Truck Delivery in the Continental U.S. Deliveries are made to receiving area/dock for Businesses or curbside for Residential orders. Delivery appointments are required. Freight included.
Also, without a model number we cannot accurately advise if the door you currently have is the exact same model shown.
If you have any additional questions or need assistance placing an online order, please contact our Online Customer Service department at 800-430-3376.
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Can this be ordered in 38 inch???

This question is from Tonik 59-1/2 in. x 57-3/8 in. Frameless Sliding Tub Door in Chrome with 6MM Clear Glass
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June
New York City
June 3, 2012
Small tub in NYC condo.
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December 13, 2012
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No. You'd wind up with each door affording you less than 20" to get in and out of the tub.
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June 5, 2012
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No, it can not
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Tonik 59-1/2 in. x 57-3/8 in. Frameless Sliding Tub Door in Chrome with 6MM Clear Glass is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from very nice doors I have never installed tub/shower doors before so it took me about four hours to remove the old doors and install the new ones. The kit comes with a few extra parts in the case that you may lose some. I did not use the recommended hacksaw blade tooth count nor did I use a miner box to guide the cuts. After I made my cuts I used a fine file on any rough edges. The only small problem I had with the doors is that when installing the towel racks on the doors one of the nuts in a rack had bad threads. It made it difficult to bolt the rack to the door. For calking I used GE silicone 2 clear three hour shower ready and five year mold free product protection. I used about a half a tube of this.
Date published: 2012-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful door I purchased this door for a bathroom that I remodeled. I am a lawyer- not a contractor. I found the installation to be very manageable. It is a piece of cake to cut the frame to fit, if you use the proper saw blade. I left my cut a little long so that there was very little space between the door and wall and because you ruin the entire door if you cut too much. I actually had to carefully hammer it in place because the fit was so tight. The drill bit provided broke, but you can easily buy better drill bits that more easily penetrate tile. Also, it is difficult to install the doors alone, so get someone to help balance the glass. The product, though, looks great.
Date published: 2010-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Live in an apartment, so recently they installed a shower door, that was very flimsy, and cheap. It quickly fell apart, drops of its roller, and the door could barely open. So I bought my own, with the qualities I want in the door. rollers, sturdy, easy to roll glass, thickness towel bar, two track, eazy to clean door, design privacy (rain drop) frame, which is frameless, elegant
Date published: 2009-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cannot Beat This Deal We were looking for a frameless, chrome-colored sliding bathtub doorset with obscure glass that would not break the bank. This one truly fit the bill. The 1/4" glass, though not quite as beefy (hence 4 stars for quality and not 5) as the 5/16", 3/8" or even 1/2" glass on the "high-end" doorsets, is plenty heavy and absolutely adequate for residential shower doors. The exposed edges are smooth and look great. The product is well thought-out and designed, well manufactured and well packaged. Instructions are clear and concise. The bearing rollers are heavy brass and are as smooth as silk. Plastic bushings, washers and fittings keep all metal parts directly away from glass. The aluminum door handles/towel bars are very nicely executed and give a clean look. All finished surfaces are beautiful. I have installed such doors before, and this one goes in the same way as the rest. It took me under two hours, start to finish. I am an advanced do-it-yourselfer with a lot of experience. In fact, I completely renovated both my bathrooms myself. I can offer some advice: - First and foremost: Make sure that your tub opening is as plumb and level as possible before installation of any doorset - this will expedite installation considerably. If the opening is out of plumb, you will need to improvise to build up the walls so that the side rails are plumb when fastened. Most manufacturers sell a covering rail that envelops the actual siderail and covers the improvised buildup. - Read the directions carefully and follow them precisely. If you lack any of the tools, acquire them. This is not a particularly complex project for someone who is comfortable with construction. If you're not sure about measuring, cutting, drilling and screwing, don't attempt this by yourself. - Use only a modicum of silicone caulk - a well-controlled, narrow bead goes a long way. No need to "smooth" it with a finger if the bead is applied cleanly. - Do invest in a high quality caulk gun - it makes a HUGE difference. English company COX makes a great one. - When cutting the aluminum top track and bottom rail to fit, use a hacksaw with a new blade and a manual miter box. Clamp the rail to the box and the box to the workbench. I actually used a second miter box, also clamped, under the dangling end of the rail/track, to keep it straight when I was cutting. - Be sure to file the rough cuts. - Make sure that the top rail seats well onto the side rails before attempting to hang the doors on it. - Check for level and/or plumb after each step. - I respectfully disagree with some of the reviewers who recommend that two people install the actual doors to the frame. They just aren't that heavy. Perhaps for some. - I agree with the reviewer who opted for toggle bolts behind unsupported walls, in lieu of the plastic anchors included with the door hardware. Even better is to forego any anchor whatsoever and screw directly into wood or metal studs if possible. Since I went down to bare frame in my bathroom, I added wood framing at the door opening on both sides of the bathtub, just for this purpose.
Date published: 2013-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks good & was easy installation Being a 68 years old & a recent retiree with no hands on skills, I was able to install the enclosure properly and easily with only help to lift doors on the tracks. PS, I am a woman
Date published: 2011-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Product! This is a great product for the money. Easy to install with step by step instructions with diagrams and numbered hardware. Quality materials, frame and trim made from solid polished aluminum. Rubber coated brass rollers are used to hang the thick glass doors. All mounting hardware is stainless steel. 100% water tight. Also adjustable up to 1\2 inch to allow for walls that are out of plumb. Comes with drill bit for installing the door guide and a wrench for installing the towel bars. I'm very impressed with this product and I'm sure you will be too.
Date published: 2011-03-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from impressed This door is better than the Kohler door I put on my shower. the glass is much heavier and it appear to be better made. Install was easy. I read a comment from someone who said that the finish was black but I found it to be a good match for my Kohler faucet.
Date published: 2012-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice glass doors Good instructions. Good product. Great no mistake guarantee. The clear glass really shows off the tile inside the shower. Track and rollers seem well designed and should last. This was the best product for the price.
Date published: 2008-12-16
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