Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jack fair price
the drain was easy to install and directions were ample
April 28, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Aaron Chinese Instructions!
Instructions are entirely unclear. (Presumably written by a ESL writer.) Plan to guess at how to put this together, then if you're wrong, take the whole thing apart and try another possible assembly order. The instructions/drawings are useless. The manufacturer (Watts) is absolutely no help at all.
June 23, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by bigslim cheap and bad insructions
This is not the standard 1 1/2" drain pipe. very low scedule or thick pipe. the instructions, there really aren,t any. only a picture to look at but the picture does not show where the tib wall comes into play and it showed a couple pieces ib the wrong spot or backwards. poorly engineered pieces but the one good thing is it looks nice once you figure everything out.
April 6, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Kuuner The cheapest out there
In fairness to this product, ALL deep soak kits i've researched, are stupidly expensive so this one is no exception however, it makes my head hurt to spend so much money on literaly two pieces of plastic with a wire connected to it.
If you have to have a deepsoak tub, you have to spend the money to buy this or one like it though.
February 28, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by ps2240 Don't Buy if You Think You Will Ever Need Replacement Parts
After fighting for a couple of years with the old toggle type bath drain that has a metal plunger inside the pipe, I decide to get something different. I found this product and thought it was just perfect since it uses a cable on the outside of the pipe to actuate the drain plug, thus no internal obstruction to collect hair and other debris that will eventually plug up the pipe. It was easy to install, although as another commented the directions were useless. I liked the fact the ring in the tub connected with a hollow nut rather than the old system where you needed a special tool to install or remove it.(which was a problem with my old one as the ring was stripped out and so the tool wouldn't work, I had to cut it out with a small cutoff wheel!). Everything worked as expected and I had a reliable drain plug in my tub again. That was, until my child decided to pull the drain plug out of the tub and lay it on the bathroom floor. They then proceeded to get out of the tub and promptly step on the plug and break it. I thought I could just order another one and that would be that, but on contacting the manufacturer, they told me they don't sell parts direct and I would need to go back to my store to order the part. When I went to my store, they did research into the part and not being able to find it, they contacted the manufacturer. The manufacturer then told them, that they don't sell parts period! So, it is an otherwise great drain, but if you think there is a chance the drain plug could get broken or lost, I would steer shy of this because you would have to buy another complete drain assembly just to get the plug. I see HD offers similar products by other companies that do have parts available on their website and that is probably what I will do for replacement.
December 11, 2012