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American Standard Saver Arctic White Acrylic Oval In Rectangle Skirted Bathtub with Left-Hand Drain (C…

American Standard Saver Arctic White Acrylic Oval In Rectangle Skirted Bathtub with Left-Hand Drain (C…

American Standard Saver Arctic White Acrylic Oval In Rectangle Skirted Bathtub with Left-Hand Drain (C…


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Rectangle Skirted Bathtub with Left-Hand Drain

  • Arctic white bathtub from the Saver collection is the perfect place to unwind
  • High-gloss acrylic surface is scratch-resistant and easy to clean
  • 60-in L x 33.75-in W x 17-in H skirted bathtub
  • Curved apron offers more bathing room in the same space as a standard tub
  • Slip-resistant tub floor promotes safety when entering and exiting
  • Drain corresponds with left-side outlet
  • Oval in rectangle shape adds an elegant touch to your bathroom


  • Bathtub Faucet Included: No
  • Hand Shower Included: No
  • Drain Included: No
  • Integrated Seat: No
  • Tub Door Included: No


  • 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
Finish:Arctic White

Dimensions & Weights 

Width:33¾ inches
Soaking Depth:11¼ inches
Opening Size:32 inches
Length:5 feet
Height:17 inches

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Very Pleased
By from Albany, NY, USA on May 17, 2016
The new tub is very nice. I will have to get used to the do''s and don''ts of cleaning it though. The fit and finish is nice. I purchased this along with its matching surround and shower door. NOTE: If you bought the three piece set like I did, read the directions for the surround BEFORE installing the tub. The tub doesn''t give you a heads up that the surround requires very specific stud placement. It seems reasonable to think that the directions for the tub would make mention of this. For those not getting the set they could simply skip over the special note. It was not reasonable for me to take the tub back out. So, I called American Standard. They said, the stud information for the surround is in the tub directions see yeah that should be in here. NO KIDDING! I was told to install 2 x 4 in between the joists. Well didn''t work well because I have an older home and not too much is square or plumb anymore. It was suggested that I use very think sheets of wood and that worked perfectly. Now the surface of all three panels is supported.
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DIY Tub install
By from Texas, USA on Jan 01, 2016
We removed a 1990s fiberglass tub shower combo and installed a Saver tub in a 2nd floor bath. Here are a few of our install observations. For plumbing, we used a Watts EzyTouch bath drain kit from HD. We added a flexible tailpiece to align the overflow with the tub drain. This is shown in a TileMasterGa youtube (Part 2 installing new bathtub, connect drain waste...). We used most of our existing plumbing. We installed the stringers for the tub as per instructions. The tub itself had many fiberglass shards underneath. As others stated, the underside was rough and bottom side on the tub drain had been ground smooth. When dry fitting the tub, we could not get it level. Just sitting on our floor before the dry fit, we noticed the tub deck looked sloped on the plumbing end. We called American Standard and they said we had a warped deck. We went back to Lowes and got a 2nd tub. This tub was completely different. It had a very nice fiberglass underside. It included a sticker with date and manufacture info, February 2015. It also had a different flange. The flange on the plumbing end is very wide (1/2") and the other 2 sides are usual width, about 1/8". We removed some of the tub''s plywood base at the back so the tub would clear the studs and stringers during install. We put tar paper on our plywood subfloor, and used all of a 60lb. bag of Sand Topping mix to set the tub. 60 lb. was just enough for our plywood subfloor which was 1/8" to 3/8" out of level. We put 2 mil plastic between tub and sand mix, in case something went wrong since we had never done this before. We placed cow paddie sized globs to set the tub. The tub set well in the sand mix. We installed the tub leaving the small amount of extra space we had, maybe 1/8" between studs, on the plumbing end. We should have put the extra space on the other side because this made the 1/2" flange even wider and a problem when installing the walls. Now we remember what we read, ALWAYS PUSH THE TUB TO THE PLUMBING END. Our helper was able to shim the walls out, but it would have been smarter to leave the extra space at the end opposite the plumbing. The tub is very solid feeling. We chose it to increase space when showering and we are happy with its style and quality.
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Looks so nice, spacious
By from Saratoga County, NY, USA on Nov 24, 2015
After looking not only at both Lowes and HD for their available shower tubs, as well as online for months and months, I ended up choosing the Saver because of the polished look, and the curve that makes the bath seem so much more spacious. The curve really does make a huge difference. I also loved that the matching shower stall has 6 shelves. This provides a ton of space for your stuff (I will review that one as well). I have had it for at least 3 years now and here are my thoughts on it: Space: Like I said, the curve really makes the shower feel so much less cramped than a normal rectangular shower tub. It can feel awkward sometimes stepping in and out if you aren''t paying attention to the height and the curve, but you should get used to it. As far as size, it fit our standard shower opening just fine. Look: I honestly don''t think I could have picked a sharper looking tub. This thing holds up amazingly well. If you just use a magic eraser while you are showering, the tub continues to look brand new and you can easily remove the soap scum or any water stains. I have very very hard water and my tub looks brand new to this day. Performance: I do agree with another reviewer that the sides of this thing are not pitched, so the water on the edges stays there. I have to squeegee it out after every shower, but even then, there is still tons of water that sits between the shower wall and the base around the tub. I was worried the water would eventually leak into the ceiling below but so far have not seen anything. It does eventually mold so you have to use a brush to get in between the crack and clean it out from time to time. I did think that the slightly textured floor would help prevent slips because of the smooth surface, but it really doesn''t do much in that form. If you get a lot of soap on the floor you have to be VERY careful with your movements or you are going down! Installation: My plumber installed this for us so I can''t truly say but they had it done in a few hours and didn''t seem to have any issues. OVERALL: I would absolutely buy and install again if I were doing another bathroom with a shower tub.
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Nice and wide
By from Location on Sep 05, 2015
Nice tub but only draw back is I can''t find a curved shower enclosure for it.
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Good tub high step
By from Chesapeake, VA, USA on May 18, 2015
Good tub with high gloss finish. The tub install is relatively easy on bear stud walls. A thick bed of mortar is required for proper installation. Tub floor has a good slope toward drain and could use some additional texture for footing. Sides of this tub require a 17 inch plus allowing for sloping side step for entry and exit. The front side of the tub flares out to give additional elbow room in the shower.
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Solid Tub -- Used in multiple flips
By from Greenville, SC, USA on Apr 06, 2015
This tub appears to have a reinforced bottom and also has the curved front giving about two extra inches of space as well as the illusion of a larger tub. This unit will fit through a 24 inch door where a lot of one piece inserts will not. Matching side walls and sliding doors are available, but each are roughly the same price as the tub itself. I have used with and without matching sidewalls. The only issue I have had is installing too close to a toilet in a smaller bathroom as that extra two inches of tub space took away from seated leg room. Overall solid tub at a fair value.
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Nice and wide
By from Cockeysville, MD, USA on Mar 26, 2015
Really like the extra width and would recommend getting it with the glass door.
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love it!
By from Davenport Oklahoma on Feb 14, 2015
The employee who helped that evening was wonderful! Just wish we would had waited, found something Similar at home depot cheaper Needed to save every dime we can, remodeling entire home
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