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American Standard 2460.002.020 Cambridge 5-Feet Bath Tub with Left-Hand Drain (White)

List Price: CDN$ 791.00
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  • Durable Americast material with glossy porcelain finish
  • Left hand outlet
  • Integral apron
  • Full slip-resistant surface
  • American Standard - Style That Works Better
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Technical Details
Part Number2460.002.020
Item Weight109 Kg
Product Dimensions81.3 x 152.4 x 45.1 cm
Item model number2460.002.020
Item Package Quantity1
Weight108.9 kilograms
Length81.3 centimeter
Width152.4 centimeter
Height45.1 centimeter
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #35,666 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight109 Kg
Date First AvailableSept. 16 2011
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Amazon.com: 19 reviews
57 of 57 people found the following review helpful
Easy to clean! Aug. 16 2010
By EmElle - Published on Amazon.com
I ordered the 5' white right hand drain from a local supplier for my bathroom remodel. I bought this tub because it had a deeper water depth (14" to overflow) than our previous tub, and it didn't have some hideous design on the side. I also have no use for an indoor whirlpool tub, as we have an outdoor hot tub, and as far as I know, it's still not considered wise to use bath oils in a whirlpool.

In having read reviews of other American Standard products, I knew that their White was *not* stark white, which is good, because I really didn't want stark white. However, in trying to see it at my local hardware store was difficult because of the overhead flourescents and bad displays. I knew I wanted a Toto sink and toilet, so I had to make sure everything matched. I tried getting a hold of American Standard, but that was an exercise in futility. I think their phones were down. So I called Toto. Turns out they have chips of their colors, and they knew exactly how theirs matched with American Standard. Toto's Colonial White is identical to American Standard's White. (Side note: Toto customer service was so helpful and friendly, I wanted to buy their products. Sadly they didn't have a tub that would work for me. And I admit to be incredibly picky about customer service.)

American Standard products must sell themselves, because I bought this with only seeing a picture online, reading the PDF for the water depth, and looking at Toto's color chips. American Standard's description only boasts their company and the materials they use. They don't mention the actual features of this tub. So let me help out.

This tub has been installed only a few short weeks so far, but I am in love. Seriously. I put it through a proper test, I shaved my legs. I had waited awhile because I'd recently had abdominal surgery and found it very difficult to shave in a 30"x30" shower. The hair did not stick to the sides of the tub. The hair did stick only a little to the no slip bottom, but that just needed a gentle rinse. This tub is really easy to keep clean!

Also the top "arm rests" tilt towards the tub by just a degree or two. I hadn't noticed this right away. I had noticed it was comfortable to bend over the tub while bathing my near 2-year old daughter. But during a shower the other day, I needed to put something on the side to throw away later, and thought that I'd gotten water down the side and onto the floor. After, I saw the whole area was dry. That night, I gave my daughter a bath, and she decided she must pour water on the arm rest. I watched the water go right back into the tub. The water pressure has to be a bit stronger to make it over the side. This means you don't have to be overly protective of your floors with shield guards, just don't deliberately aim water towards the floor.

I don't know if all drains are like this, but the drain I got to go with this tub was odd. We thought the tub spout would open and close the drain. It turns out that the overflow knob turns to operate the drain. Nice feature!
22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Great, Basic Tub Sept. 20 2011
By s.5 - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this tub after looking at tons of expensive, impractical soaking tubs. All of those other tubs look cool, but when it came down to it I worried about one thing: water splashing out of the tub. With this much simpler, classic tub I could be sure that my tub surround would capture all of the water.

It was easy to install myself and, having now used it for several months, this tub is great. (I should say that I bought the tub for a complete bathroom remodel.) The tub is deep and, most of all, keeps the water in the tub! That is just too awesome. My only complaint about this tub is the etched bottom. It has some kind of "safety texture" on the bottom that tends to get a bit dirty. Does it add traction? I do not know. Cleaning the bottom every month or so does the trick, so it's really no big deal.
27 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Inspect for defects thoroughly July 2 2012
By Cosmo - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this tub from Amazon after failing to find it in 5 major stores in Los Angeles area. I was looking for a 32" tub which would be used primarily as a shower. I tried a 30" Villager at my friends' house and felt like I was in a cage where I could barely move as they also had a glass doors installed. I was still concerned about the space issue and decided not to install glass doors but just use a shower curtain. This Americast looks beautiful, it is spacious enough even to be used with glass doors, and no slip service on the bottom feels very comfortable and not overly rough like in case of some cheap bathtubs. It would be a great tub if it wasn't defective. This hadn't been discovered until a contractor finished tiling a wall behind the tub. It turned out that the edge of the tub facing the wall was not even but dipped as much as 5/16 of an inch in the center of the tub. This defect led to a big gap between the tile and the center of the tub that had to be filled several times with a grout.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Extremely fast shipping- quality tub Oct. 16 2012
By Bay sailor - Published on Amazon.com
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In renovating our 50 year old bathroom, we wanted to replace an American Standard cast iron tub. We also wanted a deeper soaking tub, and this fit the existing alcove space. Our contractor told us to go to Lowes or Home Depot to order what we wanted, but the delivery was going to be at least 3 weeks, which would have delayed the renovation. I never really considered buying something like a bathtub from Amazon, but I did a search, and I was surprised that the tub was available and "in stock with Amazon" (I always feel better if Amazon stocks something large like this, if there is a problem). After I carefully checked the model and drain position, I ordered it on a Thursday morning at 8 AM. Amazon said it would ship withing 1 to 2 days and even stated that expected shipping would be Monday. However, I received an email that the tub was shipped the same day as the order on Thursday. Imagine my surprise when I received a phone call at 7:30 THE NEXT MORNING that the trucking shipper (located in a town about 1 hour away from mine) had it and wanted to deliver it the same day (Friday). So I got the tub the next day with no shipping cost (Amazon Prime). As far as the tub, it appears to be high quality porcelain over a steel and epoxy laminate material, thicker than the original cast iron but much lighter. American Standard says the material is stronger than cast iron, and the installers like the lighter weight. We also ordered the deeper drain overflow - combined with this tub's deeper basin, you do have a true soaker tub in a five foot alcove area. The side of the tub that your back would rest is sloped so you can sink down to your neck easily. We haven't taken a bath yet, and I am curious about the non-slip bottom. There are numerous "patches" where the bottom has a finish that I would describe as feeling like sandpaper, when dry. I am sure that it would be very "non-slip", but I wonder what it would feel like on your bare posterior when sliding over it. I suspect that it will be OK when filled with water, and I definitely would want the protection from slips when showering. Overall, very pleased with the purchase.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Nice Tub Jan. 13 2013
By Smartbox7 - Published on Amazon.com
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Can't believe the day has come when we order bathtubs online. I've ordered three of these tubs so far and they are a good mix of quality and value, although I am annoyed with the daily price fluctuations and the difference in price between left and right drain.