68-inch Sunrise Specialty Double Ended Pedestal Bathtub with Round Rim - No Faucet Drillings - White Porcelain Interior
love the tub
I am so very pleased with my pedestal tub. It has plenty of room to soak comfortably and is a beautiful addition to my bathroom!
October 17, 2009
We absolutely LOVE the tub! My husband and I are both tall and were
having difficulty finding a tub that was both large enough for lounging
and looked FABULOUS in our new bathroom -- this tub filled the bill!
The staff were wonderful to work with on the phone and answered
any and all questions we had before placing the order. The tub
arrived exactly as described and really fast shipping! Thanks so much
for being a beautiful part of our bathroom remodel.
July 18, 2008
Lovely tub - even 5 years later
We purchased this tub 5 years ago...it was originally intended for my 6'5" husband and myself (5'2"). My husband fit into the tub quite nicely and enjoyed the telephone faucet we purchased as well. I did have a bit of the "slipping" problem noted by the other reviewer; however, I can touch the other side with my tip-toes and feel quite fine (at 5'2" this is not surprise).
Since our purchase, we have added three boys to our family, all of them love the tub. It is large enough for the boys to have a mini swim on a winters' day, and it's not uncommon to find my husband as well as the three boys in the tub for a nice soak along with a few superheroes for good measure.
It has substained the hard abuse of our children, and still looks glorious. It was also wonderful for me, as I was carrying each of these youngsters - nothing like a soak at 9 months. We have recommended this tub to others, the price was much better than other models we reviewed and the quality has proved itself over time.
My one complaint, I have never been able to successfully remove the sticker...consequently, people think its a new tub all the time (even 5 years later).
January 18, 2007
Caution: If you are less than 5'10"
Generally this is a gorgeous tub. However, the tub is so long that if you cannot brace your feet on the far side, you risk slipping down and under. I personally don't want to hang my arms over the edge of the tub to keep from slipping and the non-skid etching isn't enough to stop once soap is added to the equation. A back/neck pillow provides a little help but we can't get one of then to stay either. We have tried many but they all slip with the poor suction cup systems. Also we went with the 8" side drilling and found the large faucet (Strom Plumbing Deck-Mounted Gooseneck Faucet w/ Variable Centers Item#: p0684qc) with "telephone handset" spray we ordered intrudes too far into the interior of the tub. We are sad that such a great looking tub and faucet doesn't work well for us after spending the money to get our "dream tub".
February 27, 2006