Internet #100677630

Model #1599.500.020

Store SKU #553243

Store SO SKU #1000894720

Deep Soak Whirlpool Drain

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

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.
  • Available exclusively at The Home Depot
  • Unique drain for complete full body immersion
  • 2 overflow covers
  • Designed for American Standard Everclean, Champion and Evolution models (sold separately)
  • Top mount drain (left) and side mount drain (right) have the same model number, 1599.500
  • ABS construction
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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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
Drain Cover Type
Circular
Material
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Pack Size
1
Plumbing Part Type
Bath Drain/Drain Assembly
Returnable
180-Day
Style
Transitional

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

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I have the 2776118W.020 Cadet 60" x 32" Alcove Combination Acrylic Bathtub. What size drain diam...

Asked by Elaine November 6, 2020
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Hello, Thank you for reaching out to the American Standard Consumer Connection Team. This is a standard size tub drain it will work with the American Standard 2776 whirlpool tub. 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.

What type of sealant do you recommend for around the pipe threads per your instructions?

Asked by ToiletMaster September 18, 2020
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I used Silicone, allow it to tack up before the final tightening ,it will squeeze out a small amount , but that's alright it seals better than most other sealinents

I I have a lifetime warrenty on my tube drainig parts That we purchased frim you! Do I reorder my free oarts frim you or what?

Asked by James August 23, 2020
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I'm sorry to hear you are having issues with your American Standard tub drain. As the manufacturer, we are very interested in supplying consumers with a quality product that delivers the expected performance. Anytime we hear problems encountered in the use of one of our products, we want to get involved and resolve the difficulties the best we can. We appreciate you taking the time to share this feedback with us. We would like to connect with you to learn more about your experience to find a way to help! Please visit the American Standard Website, and email us directly through the “Contact Us” section and reference your review. Your American Standard Consumer Connection Team.

Missing the American Standard decal that covers the screws on the Deep soak whirlpool drain. Can't find it online to order. Any suggestions?

Asked by bruffin July 28, 2020
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bruffin, Thanks for the question on the American Standard drain. You may want to contact American Standard directly for assistance in getting a replacement decal. Your American Standard Consumer Connection Team.

I cant figure out how to get thr drain plug to pop back up once its been stopped

Asked by Aliciabugg May 19, 2020
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It uses a spring, press down to stop and press down again to open it.

I only need the 2 white pieces for the assembly. The top place and the screw on piece for pluggin...

Asked by Lisa May 6, 2020
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Lisa, Thanks for the question on the American Standard Whirlpool tub. Call into American Standard at 1-800-442-1902 and we can assist you in getting you the correct parts. Your American Standard Consumer Connection Team.

My drain stopper doesn't seal when down causing water to go down the drain when in use.

Asked by Jim April 29, 2020
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Check in toe stopper is pressing totally flat to seal. It may not be installed correctly.

Can I get just the flat top portion of the drain without purchasing the entire unit?

Asked by David January 11, 2020
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I still have not received it.!!!! 3 weeks ago i called and was told they could not find it and someone would contact me in 24 to 48 hrs . That was 2 weeks ago and nobody has made any contact with me . I have tried to call the online customer service and im on hold so long i have to hang up or the phone disconnects automatically or i just get hung up on .

I am installing this to my new tub and need to pass a rough inspection. The inspector wants to d...

Asked by RoughInspection December 7, 2019
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The overflow is a vent that allows the drain to drain w/ no vacuum build up

I see 2 deep soak drains, I only need the one with the flat top not circle one, does it come with both ?

Asked by Joe October 31, 2019
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Flat top. And drains don’t come with the tub

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Easy to assemble.
Easy to assemble.
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Cheap plastic junk
I’ve assembled many tubs and this drain is the worst. Screwing the metal drain into the plastic pipe requires a bit of torque. Too much and the whole assembly comes apart. After 2 turns, the cheap plastic pipe was completely stripped. For $86, you can’t make it out of metal?
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Response from AmericanStandardBrandsSeptember 3, 2019
SatchmoBrown,
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. For the brass drain assembly please take a look at drain part number 1599.205.020.
Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team AmericanStandard
It allows the tub to be fully filled with water, therefore you get the great deep tub experience.
It allows the tub to be fully filled with water, therefore you get the great deep tub experience.
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Capitol Heights, MD
Inexpensive Substitute May be Better
Quality :
3
Value :
3
Ease of installation :
3
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!
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Dorchester, Boston, MA, USA
Product looks really nice in the tub
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5
Value :
4
Ease of installation :
4
This was a fairly easy installation. I actually had to replace the drain trap to fit this particular piece. Ce La Vie...everything turned out really well. My only gripe and not a big one at all. The bottom stopper sits close to the drain opening. The drainage is good with the shower, it is a little slow when the faucet itself is running.
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Liberty, MO, USA
This is not brass
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Value :
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This item may be just fine, but it is not as listed. I just purchased this drain kit #1599 500 020 from Home Depot and found it is not brass. On the Home Depot web site it clearly states this is a "Lifetime Brass Univeral Drain in White." I have not tried to install it as of yet so can not comment on any other part.
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It worked fine. What ticked me off was I ordered...
It worked fine. What ticked me off was I ordered and paid for the brass type but ended up with plastic. Had my plumber waiting and he made it work. Thnx but think the price was too much.
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Was exactly what i needed....
Was exactly what i needed.
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