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Cooke & Lewis Duchess Acrylic Oval Freestanding Bath (L)1580mm (W)740mm
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Cooke & Lewis Duchess Acrylic Oval Freestanding Bath (L)1580mm (W)740mm

£750
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Product information

The Duchess oval freestanding bath from Cooke & Lewis has a indulgent design which can create a stunning focal point in your bathroom. This style gives you greater flexibility with where it's placed, and is ideal for larger bathrooms. It's designed so you can choose where to place your bath taps and holds 230L litres of water.

  • Manufacturer guarantee: 10 years

Features and benefits

  • Comes with fitted waste and overflow. Does not require feet

Specifications

BrandCooke & Lewis
Product weight48kg
Product depth570mm
Product height570mm
Product length1580mm
Product width740mm
Number of tap holes0
MaterialAcrylic
Model name/numberQQRM5262
Mounting typeFreestanding
Bath typeFreestanding
ColourWhite
Product shapeOval
Product code04085454

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Z T S C - 4 months ago

Bought this bath just before Xmas, great service, excelant transport information and was kept up to date as delivery progressed. Bath arrives no problems and in perfect condition. No installment data though, built a platform to seat the bath and layed floor tiles underneath leaving room for waste pipe. Waste management is included but there is no way i would risk using the provided flex pipe (paper thin would be too kind-a description) Now my concern is how does it remain stable, i have concerns with it moving when full, sliding off the platform and being upstairs would result in a complete disaster, bearing in mind it holds a very large amount of water. Ive looked at various forums to help but most ive read all seem to have different opinions on solving the matter. To date i have ran some silicon all the way round and on visiting a plastics factory bought some plastic strips that i will secure with more silicon. Lovely bath yes but make sure you work out how you want to fix it down, ive yet to take a plunge, wish me luck.