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Model #1640.305.295

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Deep Soak Bath Drain in Brushed Nickel

  • Adds over two inches of water depth for a more luxurious bath
  • Brushed nickel finish for a highly-reflective shine
  • Universal design fits most bathtubs
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Price:
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Product Overview

Make your bathing experience more luxurious with our deep soak drain. The unique overflow allows at least a 2 inch deeper water level than conventional drains and the universal design fits most bathtubs. The American Standard Deep Soak Bath Drain features a tap-actuated pop-up drain stopper and an overflow.
  • ABS construction
  • Overflow enables water to be 2 in. deeper
  • Tap-actuated pop-up drain stopper
  • Compatible with standard bathtubs

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
21
Product Height (in.)
26.625
Product Width (in.)
3.25

Details

Application
Tub
Color Family
Nickel
Color/Finish
Brushed Nickel
Finish
Satin Nickel
Material
Plastic
Pack Size
1
Plumbing Part Type
Tub Complete Drain Assembly
Returnable
180-Day
Style
Transitional
Trap Type
Toe Tap

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 1-Year

Questions & Answers

75Questions19Answers

Does this tub have a non-skid textured bottom?

Asked by Ahanna September 17, 2020
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Answer

Hello, Thank you for reaching out to the American Standard Consumer Connection Team. This question is posed to the tub drain itself, will need to know the model number of the tub to better answer your question. If there is anything we can assist you in the future, please feel free to contact us at 1-855-815-0004 Monday – Friday, 8AM – 7PM EST or Saturday 10AM – 4PM and an American Standard Consumer Connection Advisor will be happy to assist you.

Does anyone know if thhis matches well with the Moen Spot Resist Brushed Nickel finish?

Asked by SEH June 2, 2020
1
Answer

SEH, Thanks for the question on the American Standard Deep Soak drain. The finish on the drain will likely not be an exact match due to them being different manufacturers, but they should be comparable. Your American Standard Consumer Connection Team.

my over flow drain is just under 16" so a standard 12"-15" tub assembly kit will not work (ive tried). will this one work?

Asked by danny1234 April 20, 2020
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Answer

danny1234, Please contact our tub division for this question. You can call 800-442-1902 and use prompts 1-1-1 and that will take you to the tub division. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

will this work with Bootz IndustriesModel # 011-3340-003.3688 Maui 60 in. Right Drain Rectangula...

Asked by eddy November 6, 2019
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Answers

I am sorry but I do not know. I used it on an American Standard 60 inch tub.

Is it available in black

Asked by Dublin020408 November 12, 2018
1
Answer

American Standard does not produce the drain with a black finish

Can this drain work with the American Standard Lifetime 60 in. x 32 in. Whirlpool Tub with Right ...

Asked by NewHome July 16, 2018
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Answers

Yes, this drain will fit that tub like a glove.

Can I install a screen below the pop-up to catch hair from going down the drain? How can I preve...

Asked by Jim February 19, 2018
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Answers

I don’t think there is any reasonable workable way to prevent hair from entering the drain. Your best tactic is dealing with clogs when they happen. There are many innovative products and chemicals to assist.

Does it fit AS Colony 2675?

Asked by DC January 27, 2018
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Answers

The height can adjust from 17" to 19.5" The length to the drain can adjust from 6.5" to 9". See https://www.americanstandard-us.com/-/media/sites/asus/files/product-instruction-manuals/bulk/installation1640305.pdf?la=en for schematic diagram.

Does this work for the American Standard Cambridge 5 ft. Left Drain Bathtub in White Model # 2460...

Asked by Noleen November 6, 2017
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Answers

It will not work as shipped for the Americast (insulated coating on the back). Screws are too short and, frankly, there are better solutions out there. If there's $1 in parts in this kit, I'd be exaggerating.

How can you charge so much for something entirely made of plastic? The drain for our evolution tub is much better quality for about the same price.

Asked by Greg Thornton September 21, 2017
1
Answer

American Standard does not set the price for the drain assemblies.

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.7
    out of 68 reviews
  • 71% recommend this product
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Great drain
My plumber installed my American Standard Ovation tub today. I ordered the deep soak bath drain so that I could fill the tub way up, which is what this drain allows you to do. My plumber said he filled it almost right to the top of the tub. He did not mention having any issues with installing the drain. I haven't taken a bath yet as we still have to have the tilers come in. But so far I am pleased with the drain. I will update later if I encounter any problems.
by Sam
5 people found this helpful
Love it, but maintenance is tricky the first time.
Background: I ordered this drain to pair with a new 19 in deep soaking tub and had it professionally installed by a plumber. The plumber had no trouble installing it, even though the tub is slightly curved where the overflow attachment is completely flat. Description: The plug is a basic pop up plug, but unlike cheaper models, it does not easily come free from the drain or wobble around when when it's in the up position. The overflow inlet is at the bottom of the chrome overflow cover, but behind the cover is a plastic fitting that blocks off the bottom 2/3 of the drain -- the plastic fitting is bowed out by maybe 1/4 inch so it does not impede the flow of water. The chrome parts are chromed plastic. It doesn't look cheap, but you have to be careful removing the overflow cover so as not to notch it with your tools and the chromed drain cover will probably break eventually -- this is the reason that it's not worth 5 stars to me, but I guess you get what you pay for. Functionality: This drain absolutely does what it says. But in retrospect, we probably could have done without it. As it is, if we plug the tub and run the water until it goes down the overflow, this drain brings the water level to within 1/4 inch of the edge of the tub. Which means that you can't just leave it running and then get into the tub because the water displacement would flood the floor. I'm not in the habit of running the water until it overflows, so for us this drain is like pretty much like not having an overflow hole. On the bright side, I can now fill the tub way up without having to listen to water trickling down the overflow every time I reach for my cup of tea. Maintenance: We've had this drain for about three months now and it just clogged for the first time yesterday (I cut my husband's hair and he tried to wash it down the drain). There aren't any clear instructions that I could find online for how to clean the drain, but I'm here to tell you that rotating the chrome plug counter clockwise will eventually work. There are three different parts that you can unscrew when you rotate counter-clockwise: 1 is the bolt that holds the plug assembly fixed into the drain, 2 is the spring assembly to force the plug up when you push down on it, and 3 is the chrome/plastic cap that you push down on to plug/unplug the drain. Directly under the chrome cap is a brass fitting which is notched for a flat head screw driver that you can use to unscrew or tighten down the plug assembly easily once the cap is off. However, the parts rotate freely when they're assembled so it took some combination of pushing down and rotating counter-clockwise and pulling up and rotating counter clockwise to get the plug assembly to eventually come free of the drain. Once it was free it was easy to clean out. After I got the plug assembly out of the drain, I made sure to loosen the chrome cap from the plug assembly (it arrived very tightly screwed on) so that it will be easy to unscrew to get access to the brass fitting for future maintenance. Suggestions: If you plan to install this drain, I highly suggest that you learn how to free the plug assembly from the drain and loosen up the chrome cap before installing it. It'll save you 20 minutes of twiddling it around in two inches of backed up shower water.
by MadameIsDecent
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by HomeDepotCustomer
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Part works and the idea is genius. Just by putting...
Part works and the idea is genius. Just by putting the overflow drain at the top you get two more inches of soaking depth. However it is hard to get the cover to fit over the drain.
by Rob
Didn't fit properly
I recently replaced the bathtub in my condo bathroom with an American Standard Cambridge bathtub. When the plumber tried to install this drain kit, he could not get the drain trim to sit flush with the floor of the bathtub. Apparently the ell pipe for the drain was too long. He eventually made it work by swapping out the tee joint and ell pipe from another drain kit, but I'm a bit displeased that a kit from the same manufacturer, supposedly made to fit all products from American Standard, did not fit as-is. The kit looks attractive enough when installed, so I have no complaints in that regard. Solid metal pieces instead of plastic would be nice, as other reviews have pointed out, but for the price of the chrome model it's a compromise I'm okay making. Just be prepared for the possibility that you'll need to do some tinkering to get it to fit properly during installation.
by jcm
The extra 2 or 3 inches of water makes it...
The extra 2 or 3 inches of water makes it worth every cent
by Rod
Installation was easy and the drain works great. My only...
Installation was easy and the drain works great. My only complaint is the material seems flimsy for a heavy duty tub. Brass would be better than plastic for a deep soak tub like the model that I purchased.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Very cheaply made product. Returning it!
Very cheaply made product. Returning it!
by Poconomike
Response from AmericanStandardBrandsMay 20, 2020
Poconomike,
Thank you for your review as it is very important to us. We are very sorry for the issue you are experiencing and the inconvenience this has caused you. Please contact us directly through the American Standard website “Contact Us” located at the bottom of our home page. Please reference the title of your review, so we can help get your issue resolved. Sincerely, American Standard Consumer Connection Team AmericanStandard
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by Tom
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