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Princeton 60 in. Right Hand Drain Rectangular Above Floor Apron Front Bathtub in White

  • Durable Americast construction with a safe slip-resistant surface
  • Beveled headrest and lumbar support offer comfortable relaxation
  • Provides insulation and maintains consistent water temperature
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Product Overview

The American Standard Princeton 5 ft. Americast Bathtub in White is built from rugged material with great insulating properties and is lightweight for easy installation. This tub is designed with an integral apron and tiling flange and it's lumbar support and beveled headrest provide comfort while you bathe.
  • Durable Americast material is lightweight for easy installation
  • Great temperature-insulation qualities
  • Recessed bath with integral apron and tiling flange
  • Right-hand outlet (drain not included)
  • Above floor rough installation
  • Integral lumbar support and beveled headrest for comfort
  • Full slip-resistant coverage for safety
  • Not sure which type of bathtub you need? These tips will get you started.

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Price
Ratings
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Drain LocationRightLeftRightRight
MaterialPorcelain-Enameled SteelPorcelain-Enameled SteelPorcelain-Enameled SteelPorcelain-Enameled Steel
Soaking Depth (in.)9.514149.5
Overall Width (in.)30323234
Bath Therapy TypeSoakingSoakingSoakingSoaking
Maximum Number of Occupants1 Person1 Person1 Person1 Person
Tub/Shower FeaturesBuilt-In Flange,Slip-Resistant TubBuilt-In FlangeBuilt-In FlangeBuilt-In Flange,Slip-Resistant Tub
Faucet mountWallWallWallWall
IncludedNo additional components or accessories are includedNo additional components or accessories are includedNo additional components or accessories are includedNo additional components or accessories are included
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Specifications

Dimensions

Basin Length (in.)
56
Basin Width (in.)
25
Overall Height (in.)
17.5
Overall Length (in.)
60
Overall Width (in.)
30
Soaking Depth (in.)
9.5

Details

Bath Therapy Type
Soaking
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Drain Location
Right
Exterior bath shape
Rectangular
Faucet mount
Wall
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Material
Porcelain-Enameled Steel
Maximum Number of Occupants
1 Person
Maximum Number of Occupants
1
Product Weight (lb.)
119
Returnable
90-Day
Style
Minimalist,Modern
Style
Straight
Tub/Shower Features
Built-In Flange,Slip-Resistant Tub
Water capacity (gallons)
42

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

24Questions11Answers

How long does the water stay warm compared to cast iron?

Asked by ASH1 November 13, 2020
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Answer

ASH1, Americast acts as an insulator and will retain heat in water longer than cast iron and enamel steel. Cast iron is a conductor of heat, and therefore draws heat out of the water. With Americast the fixture is warm to the touch and bath water remains warmer longer allowing for warm relaxing baths. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team

Do I need to purchase a Valve with this tub? My contractor seemed to think so but I can't find t...

Asked by Beth August 26, 2020
1
Answer

Hello, Thank you for reaching out to American Standard Consumer Connection Team. The American Standard Princeton tub is simply the tub. A drain or faucet would be a separate purchase. If you need additional assistance, please visit the American Standard Website, and email us directly through the “Contact Us” section and an American Standard Consumer Connection Advisor will be happy to assist you.

I’m installing Princeton 171/2 inch Americast tub the floor doesn’t touch tub by 4 inches I installed stringer do I need to install struccolite or plaster under it or the tub stays suspended in air

Asked by Mariah g December 5, 2018
1
Answer

No additional support is required.

Is bedding material (i.e., mortar) required, or can the tub be installed without any direct suppo...

Asked by JM September 19, 2018
1
Answer

A complete installation guide can be viewed via a link on the right-hand side of the product page in order to help you determine if this product will suit your project needs.

How many models of drains fit this tub? Are any models made of brass rather than ABS?

Asked by TMFTH May 29, 2017
1
Answer

Any standard bath drain will attach to this tub.

What is the difference between the Princeton tub models 2392.202 and 2393.202?

Asked by Jayy September 1, 2016
1
Answer

The 2392.202 tub has a right hand drain and the 2392.202 has a left hand drain.

Looking at 2393.202, can you clarify the drawing? I understand 435mm to be rough floor to top of support stringer and 64mm the distance from the top of the tub to the centreline of the overflow drain.  What is the dimension for 23mm, 349mm and 445mm? 

Asked by Jan K January 31, 2016
1
Answer

I forwarded this information to your email address.

Do you have an image of the tub cover that comes with model 2392.202TC?

Asked by RexH November 25, 2015
1
Answer

All the images we have is what is on the website as well as the spec sheet.

I am evaluating American Standard model 2392.202.020 for my bathroom renovation. My plumber has advised me to get the insulated model, but I do not see that on the spec sheet. How do I find the insulated model?

Asked by RexH November 25, 2015
1
Answer

Our Americast models are not insulated, we would recommend you contacting our Acrylic dept at 1-800-442-1902 for information about their insulated tubs.

how can a scratch be repaired

Asked by Mack September 3, 2015
2
Answers

CANNOT

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.9
    out of 12 reviews
  • 63% recommend this product
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No issues, looks good....
No issues, looks good.
by KERRY
Very good tub...
Very good tub
by Mackco
Great tub for the price. ...
Great tub for the price.
by Diana
We had to return our original American Standard tub because...
We had to return our original American Standard tub because we didn’t realize it wouldn’t fit our master bath’s unique rough in. We were very glad this one was available. Not sure why it had to be twice as expensive, but whatever. It installed perfectly and is holding up well so far.
by William
1 person found this helpful
Lightweight and durable
Bought this 9 months ago and has been trouble free.
by scat2me
Wasn't as deep as I thought but it does the job.
I purchase 2 tubs to go into a remodeled home. Both chipped when in stalling but where easy to fix. I wasn't happy about the chips but when I went back to Home Depot I was able to purchase the fix. They have seem to hold up and look beautiful in a 40yr+ old home.
by malisnear
Easy to clean
I thought when I got the tub it would of been sterdier when I in it ,not as strong as old one,slippery when wet,when getting out, and the outer ledge not wide as I would of liked it, other than that it`s fine.
by Kathy64
great product
this tub was easy to install and looks great I would buy this tub again
by jeff
Ideal Classic Tub for Small Space
Years ago we bought our first Princeton tub influenced by its lighter weight and unique finish. Since then we've moved and remodeled our new bathroom with the same tub. Both have held up well.
by hmb306
AWFUL, AWFUL, AWFUL!
DO NOT BUY THIS TUB!!!!!!!! Terrible quality. Tub floor seems to flex and "pop" while taking a shower. It also makes a creaking sound, as other reviewers have reported. Finish was shiny and glossy when new, but became dull after less than a month. It seems like the white finish is also coming off, as I'm starting to see black patches appear. The tub is less than 3 months old and I hate it. Never buying American Standard Americast ever again. BUY A KOHLER CAST IRON INSTEAD!!!!!!!
by Brian
7 people found this helpful
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