Model # 1599.500.020

Internet #100677630

Store SKU #553243

Store SO SKU #1000894720

American Standard American Standard Deep Soak Drain
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American Standard

American Standard Deep Soak Drain

  • Allows a deeper water level than conventional drains
  • Toe tap stopper for added convenience
  • Designed for compatible American Standard bathtubs
$ 78 00 /each
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Product Overview

  • Allows a deeper water level than conventional drains
  • Toe tap stopper for added convenience
  • Designed for compatible American Standard bathtubs
Enhance your bathing experience with the American Standard Deep Soak Drain. The unique overflow design facilitates a 2-3 in. deeper water level than conventional drains and eliminates the wasted space above a standard overflow cap. It's easy to install and use.
  • Toe tap stopper for added convenience
  • Unique drain for complete full body immersion
  • Two overflow covers
  • ABS construction
  • Designed for American Standard Everclean, Champion and Evolution models (sold separately)
  • The top mount drain (left) and side mount drain (right) have the same model number, 1599.500
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • Features:

    american standard deep soak drain

Product Overview

  • Allows a deeper water level than conventional drains
  • Toe tap stopper for added convenience
  • Designed for compatible American Standard bathtubs
Model #: 1599.500.020
Sku #: 553243
Internet #: 100677630

Enhance your bathing experience with the American Standard Deep Soak Drain. The unique overflow design facilitates a 2-3 in. deeper water level than conventional drains and eliminates the wasted space above a standard overflow cap. It's easy to install and use.

  • Toe tap stopper for added convenience
  • Unique drain for complete full body immersion
  • Two overflow covers
  • ABS construction
  • Designed for American Standard Everclean, Champion and Evolution models (sold separately)
  • The top mount drain (left) and side mount drain (right) have the same model number, 1599.500
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • Features:

    american standard deep soak drain

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
19
Product Height (in.)
3.19
Product Width (in.)
9.25

Details

Bath Accessory Type
Decorative Drain Cover
Color/Finish
White
Color/Finish Family
White
Material
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Plumbing Part Type
Bath Drain/Drain Assembly
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
19
Product Height (in.)
3.19
Product Width (in.)
9.25

Details

Bath Accessory Type
Decorative Drain Cover
Color/Finish
White
Color/Finish Family
White
Material
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Plumbing Part Type
Bath Drain/Drain Assembly
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

I am not understanding how the drain affects the water depth for a bath? Unsure if I really need...

I am not understanding how the drain affects the water depth for a bath? Unsure if I really need to buy a deep soak drain or regular. How can the drain possible affect how much water the tub itself holds?
Asked by: larry
You are right you really don't need it
Answered by: Rick
Date published: 2018-08-10

can we put a right hand drain tub on a left hand drain tub? Can't we just turn it around since ...

can we put a right hand drain tub on a left hand drain tub? Can't we just turn it around since they look asymetrical (SIC)?? Thank you, Tom Doodle
Asked by: Tomdabomb
Yes, you can install the same drain on either end of the tub, depending on where your tub drain goes.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2018-03-06

I'm on a slab, how would this work?

Asked by: yvonne
They will have to trench all the way to the drain pipe.
Answered by: Jerry
Date published: 2018-02-22

I just purchased a jet tub but it didnt come with the drain do I have to purchase the exact model of drain that shows in the picture

I have already put alot of money into this tub can I just purchase a cheeper drain system for my whirlpool tub
Asked by: witchchick1
Witchchick1, the answer is yes. Pls read your installation instructions, you can't go wrong following the manufacturer instructions.
Answered by: Master
Date published: 2017-11-28
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Customer Reviews

American Standard Deep Soak Drain is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 76.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I purchased this with the everclear tub about a month ago. I gutted my entire house down to the s... I purchased this with the everclear tub about a month ago. I gutted my entire house down to the studs and flipped everything. After only 2 showers ( not even baths) the plastic piping developed two cracks. Flooded my living room ceiling which then had to be replaced. When I took the deep soak drain apart to replace, it crumbled. This product is absolute junk. For the price you pay it is an absolute disgrace they sell this product. I spent $ 20 on pvc piping for the parts I could replace. Not to mention the overflow drain leaked as well.
Date published: 2018-01-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Meh.. Bought the drain because it was instock, and the tub indicated that only two drains fit. Found out later that 1599205.020 exists, which is brass tubing instead of this one's plastic. My drain also did not hold water, even after adjusting the internal screw. Apparently, the gaskets (mine comes with two) were not assembled in the correct order. By putting the small gasket on the bottom, and the large gasket on the top, I was able to make the drain seal. It doesn't look right (The large gasket floats around a bit), but it has help water every time I've used the stopper.
Date published: 2016-04-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Only worked a few times We have taken less than 5 baths in our tub and the drain now doesn't work. We installed a marble surround and there aren't any replacement parts or advice on any sort of workaround for this. Our several month bathroom remodel that cost thousands of dollars is now worthless.  The whole point was to have a tub we could bathe our daughter in. Now we can't because we can't figure out a way to get it to hold water.  If anyone has workarounds I'd love to hear them. 
Date published: 2013-12-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not the best design, but here's a tip... Stopper started leaking a a few years ago, but I think I just fixed it:  1) Unscrew the whole "toe tapper" stopper module from the drain.  2) Unscrew the decorative plastic cap that holds the rubber gasket in from the clicker piece.  3) Remove gasket and wipe all the parts clean.  4) Using a flat screwdriver, screw the big brass screw down all the way through the clicker.  The brass threads on the bottom should extend out about 1/4".  Mine had retracted, keeping the drain from going down all the way and hence the leaking.  4) Leaving the decorative top cap off, screw the clicker unit back in the drain, tighten snug with a screwdriver.  5) Now, rest the rubber gasket on the clicker, and screw the decorative cap back on snug (it will slip, so you can't get it really tight, but it should't need to be).  My next try will be to add some silicone sealant, but so far, so good.
Date published: 2014-03-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Got this with the whirlpool tub I bought...the rubber seal on the cracked...called them up and th... Got this with the whirlpool tub I bought...the rubber seal on the cracked...called them up and they wanted $55 plus shipping and tax for just that part...I said the whole unit cost $74 ...guy was rude and said well thats what it is...I said the box says lifetime warranty..he said not on that part...so I guess I will buy a new one and return this one in the box...bad customer service and I am not paying for it! He said go ahead take advantage of the store...lol how about the consumer that spent $10K to redo his bathroom and is getting taken advantage of!
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed After spending thousands on a bathroom remodel thinking that I can relax it this whirlpool tub after a stressful day at work, the drain no longer works. After 3 uses, I am highly disappointed with this product after spending so much on the tub. I would like to know if it is repairable. Is there another drain that I can use on it? This is ridiculous!!
Date published: 2014-11-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Inexpensive Substitute May be Better Standing in front of this item, looking down at it on the sales rack got me thinking that it is terribly overpriced. That's probably because just like the Jacuzzi/Jet Tubs that require these, sales are probably few and far in between when compared to standard tubs, hence the higher price to pay for the floor/shelf space. I happen to be handy with small household plumbing work (replacing the toilet, faucet, etc.), so with those few skills, I felt confident I could find the parts I needed to make this work. Turns out, just a few steps away were several PVC tub drain kits with all the necessary parts: drain shoe & stopper, overflow elbow & super thick rubber gasket and overflow cover plate. I picked the one with the push to open, push to close drain, SKU#213357. The only other item needed to complete the adaption was 1-1/2 PVC, which is available in 3-foot lengths for a few dollars. Of course, one should also have handy the tools needed to cut PVC, "Purple Primer" to prep the surfaces for gluing and of course the PVC glue to put the fittings together. There was just one other thing to consider for my particular installation: after the plumber ran the drain line through the floor, I discovered the toilet was 2-inches too close to the tub to meet building code, so I moved the tub over 2 inches. Problem was, the drain pipe was no longer aligned to the overflow opening, so a standard kit, even the expensive one would not do. The solution was to use a pair of 45 degree elbows to compensate (see pictures). That being said, the total cost without the 45-degree elbows, was $35.82. Call it a night!
Date published: 2015-09-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Lasted for a bit but overflow gasket failed and caused major leaking in my upstairs bathtub. Look... Lasted for a bit but overflow gasket failed and caused major leaking in my upstairs bathtub. Looking at about $1000 worth of repairs when all it said and done. This was renovated prior to my purchase of the place but wish they had used better quality stuff.
Date published: 2017-06-07
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