Internet #100050391

Model # 2461.002.020

Store SO SKU #1000947753

0033056058732

American Standard

Cambridge 5 ft. Right Hand Drain Rectangular Apron Front Bathtub in White

  • Durable and attractive tub
  • Slip-resistant surface for safety
  • Able to be installed in 3-wall setting
$ 637 00
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Product Overview

  • Durable and attractive tub
  • Slip-resistant surface for safety
  • Able to be installed in 3-wall setting
Durability and beauty define the American Standard Cambridge 60 in. x 32 in. Americast Bathtub in White. The Americast material that the tub is made of is strong and long lasting, and the white porcelain gloss finish is versatile and attractive. The slip-resistant surface helps provide safety. The tub's integral apron allows it to be installed in a three wall setting.
  • 60 in. x 32 in. x 17.75 in. durable Americast material for better heat retention, damage resistance, and less sound emission
  • 14 in. of soaking depth (2 in. more with deep soak drain)
  • Glossy white porcelain finish complements many decors
  • 50% lighter than cast iron allowing for a less-costly installation
  • Integral apron for convenience
  • Right-hand outlet (drain not included)
  • Slip-resistant tub floor for safety
  • Recommended universal drain (Model 158470) or deep soak drain (Model 1599.500.030) sold separately
  • Tub faucet not included
  • Not sure which type of bathtub you need These tips will get you started.

Product Overview

  • Durable and attractive tub
  • Slip-resistant surface for safety
  • Able to be installed in 3-wall setting
Model #: 2461.002.020
Internet #: 100050391

Durability and beauty define the American Standard Cambridge 60 in. x 32 in. Americast Bathtub in White. The Americast material that the tub is made of is strong and long lasting, and the white porcelain gloss finish is versatile and attractive. The slip-resistant surface helps provide safety. The tub's integral apron allows it to be installed in a three wall setting.

  • 60 in. x 32 in. x 17.75 in. durable Americast material for better heat retention, damage resistance, and less sound emission
  • 14 in. of soaking depth (2 in. more with deep soak drain)
  • Glossy white porcelain finish complements many decors
  • 50% lighter than cast iron allowing for a less-costly installation
  • Integral apron for convenience
  • Right-hand outlet (drain not included)
  • Slip-resistant tub floor for safety
  • Recommended universal drain (Model 158470) or deep soak drain (Model 1599.500.030) sold separately
  • Tub faucet not included
  • Not sure which type of bathtub you need These tips will get you started.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Basin Length (in.)
54
Basin Width (in.)
26
Overall Height (in.)
17.75
Overall Length (in.)
60
Overall Width (in.)
32
Soaking Depth (in.)
14

Details

Bath Therapy Type
Soaking
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Drain Location
Right
Exterior bath shape
Rectangle
Faucet mount
Wall
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Material
Porcelain-Enameled Steel
Maximum Number of Occupants
1
Product Weight (lb.)
161lb
Returnable
90-Day
Style
Straight
Style
Classic,Cottage,Farmhouse,Minimalist,Modern
Tub/Shower Features
Built-In Flange
Water capacity (gallons)
50

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime residential; 10 year commercial

Specifications

Dimensions

Basin Length (in.)
54
Basin Width (in.)
26
Overall Height (in.)
17.75
Overall Length (in.)
60
Overall Width (in.)
32
Soaking Depth (in.)
14

Details

Bath Therapy Type
Soaking
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Drain Location
Right
Exterior bath shape
Rectangle
Faucet mount
Wall
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Material
Porcelain-Enameled Steel
Maximum Number of Occupants
1
Product Weight (lb.)
161lb
Returnable
90-Day
Style
Straight
Style
Classic,Cottage,Farmhouse,Minimalist,Modern
Tub/Shower Features
Built-In Flange
Water capacity (gallons)
50

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime residential; 10 year commercial

Questions & Answers

Does this tub have any kind of a pad or feet on the bottom of it, or does it sit flat on the subfloor?

Asked by: Bruiser
No pad or feet sits directly on the subfloor and a 2 x 4 mounted to the wall.
Answered by: noone
Date published: 2019-01-31

what is the material for this Cambridge 5 ft Americast bathtub

what is the material for this Cambridge 5 ft Americast bathtub
Asked by: sunubabu
This tub is NOT cast iron, and it's not fiberglass or acrylic. As the manufacturer stated, it's enameled steel (porcelain enamel over steel). It has a foam sprayed onto the back that makes it better insulated (for warmth and sound) than plain steel tubs. I am really happy with this tub! The depth is luxurious without being too deep like many fiberglass tubs are, it keeps water warm a long time, similarly to cast iron, and it looks like cast iron. Another plus is that two men can manipulate the thing up a flight of stairs instead of the 4 required for cast iron. The tub has a timeless simplicity to it and fit nicely into the 1920s age of my house. Looks great with subway tile
Answered by: simmjen
Date published: 2019-02-28

My wall measures 59 inches, does the 60 inch fit?

My wall measures 59 inches, does the 60 inch fit?
Asked by: JC
Probably, assuming your 59 inch measurement includes the tiles on the wall. The tub can go directly to the wall studs, but that sort of assumes you plan to replace at least some of the tiles over the tub.
Answered by: mcfarkus
Date published: 2018-09-07

My tub just arrived.The finish isn’t like my fiberglass one.It’s more of a hammered look.Is it supposed to be like that?

Asked by: Robin
Yes. Its porcelain on steel, which has that hammered look, but when installed looks just fine.
Answered by: LnMbrg
Date published: 2019-01-31
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Customer Reviews

Cambridge 5 ft. Right Hand Drain Rectangular Apron Front Bathtub in White is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 267.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A beautiful tub in its own right! We were remodeling two, second-story bathrooms, and needed 5' tubs not wider than 32" to replace the old fixtures. Both of us like clean, simple lines in our home; the less embellishment, the better. So many tubs now have lots of molding details on the aprons, which we didn't want. I did extensive research and felt that an Americast tub would be perfect--porcelain finish but much less weight--and the Cambridge design was exactly to our taste. The tubs arrived without damage (GOOD packaging), and our plumber is very impressed with them. He hadn't seen an Americast tub before, but loved the lighter weight, the quality of the finish and the ease of installation. Americast tubs are an excellent alternative to cast iron, but I wouldn't think of them as an "also-ran" to that material. They're actually preferable in some ways: less weight, easier installation and, due to both of those factors, less likelihood of damage during the installation process. Five stars all around for this tub!
Date published: 2011-04-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Warranty Issue Purchased about 15 years ago based on plumbers recommendation. About 3 years ago, rust stains started to appear and only get worse. I figured the lifetime warranty on a manufacturer defect would cover this. But American Standard wanted a receipt. I am one to save receipts but can’t find this one from 15 years ago. Obviously product defect. Or worse, this what happens to the tub eventually. Should have purchased a real cast iron tub. Won’t trust American Standard on any product in the future.
Date published: 2019-04-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality finish I ordered this tub to replace the ten year old one-piece tub and surround that was original to my home. The tub was recommended to me by a coworker who is in the middle of an extensive renovation. The finish on his tub looked quite good, and I liked the deep soaking depth. Upon receiving my tub and opening the box I immediately noticed the poor quality of the finish. The porcelain was chipped and peeling in the corners of the tiling flange, possibly due to flex during shipping. At the overflow opening a large chip in the porcelain had been touched up very sloppily; a large glob of dried touch-up paint was on the surrounding porcelain. The glob chipped off easily when scratched with a thumbnail, but the finish all around the overflow opening chipped off just as easily. I returned the tub immediately for a full refund, but now my project is on hold until I find a suitable alternative. I would have opted for cast iron if not for the weight.
Date published: 2014-08-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Rust problem around the overfill opening I loved this tub for the first several years. HOWEVER, we now have a rusting issue around the bottom half of the overfill opening. American Standard has sent a repairman to our house twice in the past two years and he did a terrific job each time. So we thought. The rust is now back and AS is refusing to repair it a third time. While they have offered to replace the tub, or give us a full refund for the tub, I am stuck with the fact that the tub is surrounded by a very expensive custom marble installation that that would all have to be removed. Additionally, the tub is on the second floor and my whole house renovation included all new ceilings on the first floor. A hole in the kitchen would be necessary to complete the tub removal and installation. Cost is expected to be three times that of the cost of the tub. Looks like I may end up paying for the tub repair for myself once every 8-10 months.....forever.
Date published: 2013-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WONDERFUL TUB! I searched high and low for a deep soaking tub that felt and looked high quality. I wanted the feel of cast iron/steel and this tub is just that! It's light enough that myself (I'm a 5'2 woman) and my boyfriend could carry it from the trailer up the stairs into the house together however it appears strong and well built out of the box. The depth is perfect and even my 5'7 boyfriend could sit in it with his legs comfortable! The white color is a true white and not stark white so go for this if you have an old white toilet to match. Arctic white looking back on it would have not matched at all! Installation was easy just follow the instructions and it will be a breeze. The only down side I can note are the non skid pads on the floor of the tub - they instantly got any bit of dirt stuck to them. I can tell now I will be cleaning them all the time. It's a shame the tub needs to have these built in but I see the need for safety reasons. Let's hope they clean well like the instructions say... I'll update later!
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love my new tub. The American Standard Cambridge is the only deeper "soaking" tub I was able t... I love my new tub. The American Standard Cambridge is the only deeper "soaking" tub I was able to find that had a porcelain finish. Most of the deeper tubs are acrylic. The tub has an angled back and a beveled head rest that allows for a relaxing soak. The contractor had no problem with the installation of this alcove tub, but it does require a special "deep" drain that costs more than the standard drain. The extra expense is well worth getting a soaking depth for the water level. Made from a manufactured 'Americast' material it is much lighter than the old cast iron tubs an was manageable picking it up from Home Depot with 2 men and a mini-van. Home Depot also had the best price for this tub.
Date published: 2019-06-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Sloppy construction but will be okay I bought this as it was billed as having a "cast iron look without the weight." It's essentially a porcelain enamel steel tub with rigid foam sprayed on the bottom and sides. Rough-in specs called for 60" or 60-1/8 (depending on which specs you followed--they were different on the same sheet.) It's actually 60-1/8 to 60-3/8 as the rigid foam on the edges was sloppily applied and varied that much. I had to chisel away the foam around the outside edge to make it fit the rough-in opening and accommodate a 1/4" wall shim. Don't use roofing nails to attach to studs as advised, use screws and washers. One hammer blow to the lip and you've ruined the tub. Despite the sloppy construction I believe this will look fine when completed.Dropping some mortar under it to support the bottom will probably give it a more "cast iron" feel but probably isn't necessary. For a few dollars more, go with cast iron if you have someone to help put it in place.
Date published: 2016-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great soaking tub This is a great soaking bathtub for people who want a real bathtub but do not want a whirlpool tub made from plastic. The walls are a bit higher off the ground than a typical shower tub, but it's easy to get used to stepping a bit higher (older folks might want a handrail for stability getting in and out). The Americast material (porcelain over steel, with a composite backing) feels solid underfoot, and seems no different from the old cast iron tubs. One caution: You will need a drain with higher vertical extension. American Standard makes one, but it's made from cheap plastic (even the pipes) and is rather flimsy, at the same time it's more expensive. I suggest buying a solid brass drain, then getting a longer vertical pipe from your local hardware store.
Date published: 2012-08-07
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