Randolph Morris 60 Inch Acrylic Double Ended Clawfoot Tub Rim Drillings
Randolph Morris 60 Inch Acrylic Double Ended Claw
Tub is great for the price, and the hardware I chose is very nice. I would order it again, but now I know when it is back-ordered it takes at least a month to get, and that messed with my contractors schedule. The foot hardware was wrong and I had to get on the phone to Vintage to get the right bars. They bent over backward to get it to me the next day. I am pleased with the company and product. Even though there were a couple of hiccups, it turned out very nice.
May 31, 2012
I did not know what to order and the staff at Vintage Tub was extremely helpful. They took the time to explain the products and helped me order what I needed. We love our new tub!
June 20, 2010
I love this tub. I wish I would have been able to buy the cast iron instead of the acrylic version. I was unable since we're doing an upstairs remodel and the ease of acrylic was ideal. It's like when you think something is glass but it's clear plastic, it takes away alittle of the luxury when you think it'll be a cast iron feel and it's a plastic feel. I'll get over it since the tub is beautiful. I also wish the feet were solid and not hollow, the back feet especially show the hollowness. When you bend down the back feet are hollow looking, not what you'd expect from a 'ball and claw' design, you'd think the ball would be solid. The tub came via freight and was easily unpackaged. The tub was perfect when it arrived. I was able to move this acrylic tub with my boyfriend, just us two brought it upstairs. This tub comes with a giant silver 'made in china' decal and when i tried to remove it the stickiness remained. The label is right where your back would rest which is a very obvious spot. I would have thought twice about buying this if I knew it had to be shipped to the U.S. from China- I would have bought US made products. One other thing I will mention is that the feet of this tub do not fit precisely onto the outside tubwall. They are slightly imperfect in fit and there is up to a .5cm gap between where the foot and tubwall meet. This varies from one spot to another in that most of the foot fits right to the tub and then it leads away to a small gap in the middle of where the foot is connected. This doesn't really matter to me but I did pay a lot of money for the tub and it should have been perfect.
May 21, 2010