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Cooke & Lewis Luxuriant Quadrant Shower enclosure with Hinged door (W)900mm (D)900mm
Bring hotel luxury to your bathroom with this quadrant shower enclosure from Cooke & Lewis' Luxuriant range. The sophisticated hinged door and slim design is great for small bathroom designs, while the sleek silver effect frame and beautiful clear glass provides the perfect finishing touch.
- This shower enclosure has reversible fittings. Fixings supplied
- Shower tray not included - Shower tray and waste available separately
- Can be adjusted to fit 900x900mm quadrant ultra low profile shower trays
- 5 year manufacturer guarantee
- This shower enclosure is also available with semi-mirrored glass
Features and benefits
Cooke & Lewis' Luxuriant and Grandeur range of shower enclosures are their most elegant and stylish yet. Moving away from older styled and bulky enclosures, these have been designed with a frameless look and the hinges constructed to stay flush against the glass. Creating a sleek and smooth appearance that will make a stunning feature in your bathroom.
- All our Luxuriant shower enclosures are constructed from 8mm toughened safety glass. 8mm is the thickest glass that Cooke & Lewis have to offer and provides outstanding strength and durability.
- When installing shower enclosures, whether it be a new feature to your bathroom or a simple replacement, we recommend checking your plumbing and tiling for any cracks or leaks. A professional can help make sure your bathroom is water tight and protect your walls and floors from water damage.
- We've applied a special easy clean coating to the glass so that you can spend more time enjoying your shower and less time cleaning it.
|Frame construction material||Aluminium|
|Glazing type||Toughened safety glass|
|Fitting instructions||Ensure shower enclosure has been securely fitted to the base|
|Uneven wall adjustment||10mm|
|Hinge||Chrome plated zinc alloy hinges|
Pookie240368 - 2 years ago
We purchased this product and used the B&Q installation service at the end of October 2017. The strip along the bottom of the door has now broken off for the second time and I don't believe that the product is fit for purpose. I'm taking up the argument with my local store and pushing to have the door changed. Wished that I had read the reviews before purchase....
Do not buy this shower enclosure
robh1979 - 2 years ago
We bought this in August 2016 and had it installed. For the first few months it was fine, although very difficult for our expert fitter to actually install it. However, within six months the rubber seal at the base of the door perished.
And over the past month or so we've noticed that the door is gradually dropping on the hinges.
Having just removed the cover of the hinges to see if I can reset them, it turns out that the weight of the door has caused the top hinge to almost completely sheer off meaning it is a 30kg glass door that is about to fall into our bathroom and smash.
There doesn't appear to be a graceful way to stop this from happening.
I cannot imagine a worse designed shower cubicle.
Lovely shower cubicle
CarolineJ - 3 years ago
I spent much time searching for “the look” without paying through the nose. 8mm glass is lovely and heavy. Fitting was a job which needed time taking over it, but it did fit. We didn’t tighten the screws enough so after a while the door dropped and wouldn’t close. This was our fitting error and not a product error. We retightened the side panel and the door fits perfect. We clean the glass with a good quality bathroom microfibre cloth and it comes up perfect, even through we live in an area with one of the hardest waters in the country. Overall very pleased with this and it looks much more expensive than it is. We used it with a flat to the floor tray and large bore waste, no “flooding” nor leakage.
Good looking enclosure but difficult to install
Matt_DIY - 3 years ago
The enclosure and tray are a good looking and high-quality product.
The only downside is fitting instruction which is a bit unclear in some points and does not say many important aspects of the installation.
I agree with all opinions – FITTING IS VERY DIFFICULT and requires some experience in this type of works. The major problem are hinges and steel arms/holders to secure the glass in place. The glass door is very heavy (35kg) and requires very tight fixing. All counter-sunk bolts should be installed with a quite big torque and tighten up after a day or two. The steel arms/holders have a bolt (finished with a plastic shoe) and to make it work correctly it must be screwed very tight to the glass wall. It sounds a bit crazy but I would suggest using a small torque wrench for fixing all counter-sank bolts. It may save you many disappointments after enclosure installation.
Glass is very hard material and typical compression strength is 800-1000MPa comparing with steel strength of 275-355MPa. The problem is that glass is also very brittle material. The plastic cone-shimmer protects the glass from the brittle failure due to bolt compression force. Do not afraid to fasten bolts very tide – glass won’t crack and the enclosure will be safe and stable. BTW the plastic splash seal does not protect the glass against falling out from the metal wall profile (what is not emphasized in the installation instruction). The steel arm/holder secures the side glass wall in the correct position. It is crucial especially for the side glass wall with fixed hinged door.
In summary I would recommend the product with awareness of very difficult assembly.
This product is not fit for purpose
Treve14 - 3 years ago
This product should of been taken off the market by now, was surprised to see it is still for sale. tried fitting one for a friend, it was the larger 120 x 90 enclosure, but the hinges where fitted to the largest piece of glass so it stood no chance of holding a 35 kilogram door without a lot of movement, and there was no bottom fixing. its a
shame because the product looks quite good, packaged it back up and returned it to B&Q, waste of time.