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American Standard 2647.202.011 Saver Arctic White Acrylic Oval In Rectangle Skirted Bathtub with Left-…

American Standard 2647.202.011 Saver Arctic White Acrylic Oval In Rectangle Skirted Bathtub with Left-…

American Standard 2647.202.011 Saver Arctic White Acrylic Oval In Rectangle Skirted Bathtub with Left-…

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  • Tub Installation Type: Alcove

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Drain not included; in-use/lifestyle images - accessories not included
This item by American Standard is part of the Saver collection.

Rectangle Skirted Bathtub with Left-Hand Drain

  • Curved apron gives more bathing room in same space as standard tub
  • Scratch-resistant, high gloss acrylic surface
  • Slip-resistant bottom
  • Fits in standard bath alcove
  • Opening at curved portion of unit is 34-in


  • Drain Included: No
  • Integrated Seat: No
  • Tub Door Included: No


  • Color: White
  • Coordinating Wall Surround: 2649BW.011
  • Drain Location: Left-hand
  • Items Required for Standard Installation: Acrylic sealant, galvanized screws, 2/4 lumber, drill, tape measure, caulking gun, pencil square and level
  • Lowe's Exclusive: Yes
  • Shape: Oval in rectangle
  • Type: Skirted
  • Wall Surround Type: Separate
Color / Finish:Arctic White

Dimensions & Weights 

Width:30 inches
Soaking Depth:11¼ inches
Opening Size:32 inches
Length:5 feet
Height:17 inches

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American Standard 2647.202.011 Saver Arctic White Acrylic Oval In Rectangle Skirted Bathtub with Left-Hand Drain (Common: 60-in x 30-in; Actual: 17-in x 30-in x 60-in
American Standard 2647.202.011 Saver Arctic White Acrylic Oval In Rectangle Skirted Bathtub with Left-Hand Drain (Common: 60-in x 30-in; Actual: 17-in x 30-in x 60-in
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glad I went with this one
By Lowe's Guest from Salem, MO 65560, USA on Jan 14, 2015
After reading all the reviews online I was very reluctant to make this purchase. I searched and searched over and over and couldn''t find another tub that I liked as I did this one. I even went to the Lowe''s store more than 30miles away to look at it in person. After discussing the issues in the reviews with the gentlemen who were remodeling my bathroom, I made the purchase. I am glad I did.. The tub and surround are exactly what I wanted. My workers had no problem installing the set. I have a completely new bathroom, and everything in it was purchased from Lowe''s. I haven''t had it long enough to determine quality, but thus far I am pleased with my choice. Time will tell on the quality.
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Nice tub
By Alex from Woodstock, Ontario on Dec 16, 2014
Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Really liked the looks of this tub. The light weight allowed me to transport and install on my own. My bathroom was done from scratch so I had no fitting issues but will warn that in my case the tub was a hair over 60".

I used window expanding foam for the bed and also support joists as it molds itself perfectly around tub. Just make sure you level, shim, and anchor properly and add lots of even weight while the foam sets.

Use a bit of chalking when installing drains to never have leak issues.

The tub is fiberglass/gel coat. Yes it will scratch if you drop sharp objects on it and scrub it with abrasives. Treat it like you would a shiny new boat and to be honest like a boat you can wax/buff it to retain shine or sell the house if the tub looks Stingy.

Aside from great looks and spaciousness, I really like the built in skirt and the fact that fiberglass never rusts. Don't buy cheap chalking and you won't have issues with leaks or trapped water.

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Love the idea
By Dustin from Stettler, Alberta on Oct 20, 2014
Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Bought this tub thinking middle of the road was the way to go in our budget bathroom reno. We have three young kids and knew it was going to be getting a lot of use and were attracted to the extra width compared to most standard tubs. The mortar bed was a huge pain considering nobody in my town had any idea what to do for that and I'm not sure as it makes it feel that much more stable.

My biggest complaint with it (as it is with the surround) is the finish. We have had it in for 6 months and after washing it with nothing but vinegar and water AS THE INSTRUCTIONS STATE the finish is gone. There is a ring around the bathtub, even though we scrub it out every night after the kids bath and it has that 'sticky' feeling in areas that see high use.

Cheap quality + nice idea = crappy tub I'll be replacing in a couple of years.
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Very nice tub for the price
By Lowe's Guest from Jefferson, OR, USA on Oct 04, 2014
I really like the looks of this tub after the install. My plumber was very impressed by the quality. So far so good. We did purchase the American standard surround that was suppose to go well with this tub. After install the tub looks awesome and the surround looks and feels cheap.
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By Lowe's Guest from on Aug 18, 2014
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NOT 60" long!
By Lowe's Guest from Davidsonville, MD on Jun 23, 2014
Interesting ... other reviewers commented that this tub was slightly under 60". However, we just purchased one to replace a standard 60x30 tub, and upon attempt at installation we discovered that this tub is 60.5" long! All I can say at this point is that my DH is beyond aggravated ... obviously, American Standard is not very consistent with the manufacturing of these tubs. How this can be is beyond me, but we are now having to "fix" our walls to even get it in. grrrrrrr
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Large bathing area
By Lowe's Guest from South Shore, KY, USA on Apr 07, 2014
Just completed install. Install was the same as it would have been with any other standard tub. Tub is very sturdy, sides are not flimsy like some of the others I looked at. The only complaint I have is install requires a mortar bed to be placed under the bottom surface for stability. Lowes employee told me I needed two bags of quickrete ( 100 lbs ) I mixed it up placed under tub---way way way too much had to keep pulling tub and removing mortar what a job as mine fit in a three wall surround. If I had it to do over I would get one 40 lb bag, mix to a medium dry consistency and put one three inch deep by four inch wide strip from the drain approximately four feet back, set tub push down in place and while standing in tub place nails above lip to hold in place. Final step drill pilot holes through lip of tub at studs and install screws, remove nails from above lip this will stop squeeks. Now American Standard could install a fiberglass spine down the center of the tub bottom even with the bottom tub lip that would eliminate the need for a mortar bed. If I were buying again I would pay an extra 10 to 20 bucks for the feature that would allow flat on the floor installation with no mortar base required. Wife loves bathing in it.
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Not 60"!!!
By Lowe's Guest from Anchorage, AK, USA on Mar 18, 2014
We did read all the reviews and decided to give it a try ourselves. We are remodeling our entire house, this was just the last room that needed to be done. This review will be a long one, just so you have more information to make a decision. We chose this bathtub for its design. The curved apron is absolutely fantastic, it gives you more comfortable space (because that''s what you most likely want when taking a bath), without having to mess around with different measurements. Our bathroom is small. It''s nice that the bathtub is lightweight, so it''s easy to move it around and try to make it fit. However, it also shows the lack of high quality. It chips and scratches really easy/fast. We had to cut away a strip of the particle board under the right side of the tub, otherwise we couldn''t lower it because of the wooden support planks you have to install on the studs (that''s where the tub will be hanging on). We didn''t mess with mortar, or concrete to put the tub in. We taped styrofoam under the tub to spread the eventual weight and to let the bathtub level itself out. I don''t recall my husband had any remarkable problems with the drain installation (this of course you do first, before installing everything else - just in case you have to take it out again, which we had to because the back of the overflow pipe was bumping against the horizontal stud). Warning: We decided to tile around the bathtub to finish it. This is where a big problem with this bathtub shows: it is not 60"!! It is like another reviewer said more like 59 5/8". What this means is that the drywall (we used DenShield, highly recommended!) is flush with the wall and the tub'' outer edges on 2 out of 3 sides. The third side, which for us is the right side, is not flush at all. We weren''t sure how we wanted to approach this problem, since tiling over it would create a gap on the outside (since it''s tilted). Pushing the bathtub more to the right wasn''t an option either, since you then have the problem on both sides (although, yes, a little less big). The easiest solution is what we chose. We cut away the edge on the right side, and caulked it really well. I find it hard to decide whether to recommend it yes or no. I guess it''s up to your expectations, budget, and goals. If you want a bathtub that will last for 5+ years and still looks good, I would not recommend this bathtub - simply because I don''t believe it will last that long. If we would have known about the quality of this tub, and if there was a higher quality tub available with the same curved apron - we would not have bought this tub, but invested in another one (probably a little more expensive). I added photos. Feel free to ask any questions regarding this post/bathtub/installation.
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Category Soaking Tubs - 511
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