Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 23
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Mitch Broken after 1 week of use
The claw foot tub/shower combo arrived quickly, installed fairly easily and looked great. That was for about 6-8 days, then the spout would no longer send water through the showerhead rending the unit pretty much worthless. I will not be buying any plumbing items from this manufacturer again, that I can guarantee. Hopefully Home Depot will at least return my money for this poor quality item.
November 14, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ratwrangler This product met our need for a shower in a tight space.
The product was easy to install despite lack of directions. any handyman(woman) could figure it our easily. To fit the space I merely cut the long shower curtain rods to the required length. To fit the lower ceiling the shower head supply pipe had to be cut and rethreaded. cost me a couple of dollars at a local hardware store. No big deal. Shower head is not a standard size so you are stuck with the head that comes with the kit. The adapters on our old faucet allowed us to connect standard faucet piping. If necessary you can buy fittings at the hardware store to adapt. The rod could use an additional support at the corner that droops. I'll be adding one.
May 27, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by KansasfromCalifornia Its ok
We recently bought this for our Claw foot tub.
This does what its supposed to do, yet the products screws were to short, it didnt come with directions, but it doesnt take a rocket scientist to put it up. One we put the curtain up, the front portion started drooping, so now we have to figure out how to secure it up to the ceiling with making it still look good.
The faucet isnt a standard size so we had to buy a bushing to make ours work.
Over all it was ok for the price.
Id like to have Home Depot sell the accessories like soap dish shower curtains. If you sell this product you should sell the things that you will need to finish the project at hand.
November 27, 2010
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by A666 Easy to install
As a 30 year master plumber it worked well where I installed it.On a 70 year old claw foot in a 150 old house.I only had two walls and a 10 ft ceiling.Used a length of 3/8 rod to hang from ceiling.Only complaint was the plastic shower head that blew apart at first use.I guess it is Home Depot and you get what you pay for.This setup is what you have to use when presented with this situation ,modern it is not.
April 14, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by cassie It's Okay....
First off it comes with absolutely no directions! Thankfully it doesn't take a rocket scientist to put it together but still, it would have been nice. It also didn't come with the fittings to connect the faucet properly so I had to run to Home Depot at 8 pm to grab those. I also suggest buying anchors for it because when it was first assembled we just drilled it directly into the drywall and it collapsed within two days so I had to go get anchors and redo that. FINALLY it has been up for a week and no more problems. It looks nice for the price but to save me several headaches I wish I would have just spent a little more money and got something more durable.
April 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Steede This was an economical way to convert our antique bathroom from a 3/4 to full bath. Our claw foot tub is plumbed in the middle of the bathroom rather then the side where the tub meets the wall so this worked perfectly for us as many other units are designed affix to the wall behind the shower head. Unfortunately, the kit came without any instructions. This shower head is not suited for low water pressure, and tends to spray in a ring around my kids rather then on them. We did not discover until we purchased a replacement low pressure shower head that the shower head is not a standard size.
June 24, 2009
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by David Works great
No instructions ,but this isnt rocket science. The only trouble I had was removing the old one ,( that wouldn't surprise me if it was original 86 yr old )and a solution for the supply lines. Also I purchased better anchors . For one supply line I used 3/4 to 1/2 90 elbow and a 2"x 1/2" nipple ,chamferd the side to the supply line ,with a dremel ,so it wouldnt cut up the gasket on the braided supply line.( everybody carries those)
Did reuse one supply line just bought new rubber gaskets.
Used a tubing /pipe cutter to cut the support tubes to correct length and drilled a hole to line up with set screw on the one that comes down from the ceiling ( like are in the shower curtain ring)
Took 3 shower curtains. All in all works great, just take your time and think it through.
May 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Matt Good
This product is good. No complaints. Would buy another
April 4, 2015