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Cooke & Lewis Onega Quadrant Clear Shower Enclosure with Corner entry double sliding door (W)800mm (D)800mm
Update your bathroom with this quadrant shower enclosure from Cooke & Lewis' Onega range. The space saving size means you can fit this enclosure into the smallest of bathrooms, while the sleek silver effect frame and beautiful clear glass provides the perfect finishing touch.
- This shower enclosure has reversible fittings. Fixings supplied
- Ensure shower enclosure has been securely fitted to the base
- Comes with a colour-matched cover caps and is compatible with quadrant shower trays 800 x 800 mm
- 2 year manufacturer guarantee
- Comes with Colour-matched cover caps
- Instructions for care: Clean just with soap and don't use chloric acid and abrasive cream
Features and benefits
With 5mm toughened glass, the Onega shower enclosure range is incredibly versatile and will easily fit any wall configuration. The quadrant and square corner enclosures are purchased complete with panels, frame and door. Available in both white polished finish with frosted glass or polished finish with clear glass.
- Constructed from 5mm toughened safety glass for additional strength and durability. The door rollers have been designed to simply clip off and on to make cleaning easier and keep your shower hygienic.
- The door rollers have been designed to simply clip off and on to make cleaning easier and keep your shower hygienic
- Width adjustable from 775 mm to 800 mm
- Reversible fittings for right or left-handed door opening
- Compatible Trays: Lagan Quadrant Shower Tray (L)800mm (W)800mm (D)150mm, Limski Quadrant Shower Tray (L)800mm (W)800mm (D)28mm, Helgea Quadrant Shower Tray (L)800mm (W)800mm (D)45mm
- Quick-release system
|CE marked||CE marked|
|Door rollers||Clip on & off rollers|
|Glass type||Toughened safety glass|
|Maximum uneven wall adjustment||2.5|
|Door type||Corner entry double sliding door|
|Glass design||Striped pattern|
|Frame colour||Chrome effect|
|Frame effect||Silver effect|
MikeTin - 11 months ago
Plastic runners break easily and cannot be replaced. B&Q staff shrugged their shoulders and said we’d have to replace the entire shower.
Easy to assemble but not totally water tight
Anonymous - 1 year ago
I bought this shower cubical in white and it looks great and is easy to assemble. It’s downfall is a very poor design which means it is not water tight. Where the uprights and cross members meet in both bottom corners water leaks out of the shower. The only way to make it water tight is to use copious amounts of silicone sealant on every seam and join. A lot of extra work and it can look unsightly if not applied with care. If I had noticed this cubical was made in China when I bought it I would have put it back. B&Q seem to have sourced very cheap items with no regard for quality and I will shop elsewhere for this kind of item in the future.
Shame there's no words with the instructions
Richie2 - 1 year ago
Onega 800mm quadrant shower enclosure. Comments on instructions. Note (x) is a page number on the instructions, [x] is a part number.
Before you assemble and fit, you need to check that you have a distance of between 775mm and 800mm between the shower cubicle wall and the outside edge of the enclosure where it will sit on the shower tray. This is usually 15mm from the tray’s outer edge (page 01 of the instructions).
Fitting the rails [parts 03] to the wall is straightforward, but take note of the three small frame-fixing screw holes and decide whether you want them inside or outside the enclosure. Instructions show them inside.
Fitting the fixed-glass rails  to the top and bottom rails  can be difficult (page 03). I had difficulties first with the screws; and second, with the size of the assembly.
First, the fixing screws  are meant to be self-tapping into their galleries in the top and bottom rails . They can be a very tight fit, which is a problem you can do without when you’re wrestling the whole unwieldy frame. I cut the galleries first by driving the screws into the galleries and thereby cutting a thread before trying to join  and . Caution! Take your time and used plenty of lubrication when you do the first drive – don’t snap the screws off inside the gallery, which will ruin the rails. After they have cut a thread in the aluminium galleries the screws are much easier to drive in when fixing  and  together. Like another reviewer, I couldn’t determine the cross-head type of the screws supplied: an inexact fit can complicate driving them hard and risks destroying their heads. I got by with Philips and Posidrive screw drivers. You could order replacements with known head type: they are ST 4 x 35 pan head, 8 off.
Second, when you’re putting  and  together, you’ll have a big heavy structure of fragile heavy glass and potentially bendy alloy to contend with. You’ll need plenty of floor space to do this somewhere handy to the shower’s final location. Working alone, I assembled mine with it laid face down. That way I could get at the lower screws more easily than trying to do it upright as shown in the instructions. Or follow the instructions and use two people with the frame held upright, it would certainly use less floor space.
(Page 4) and (5) are straightforward.
On (6) note that the holes in the sliding glass doors  are not symmetrical; the holes closer to the edge are for the closing side. I adjusted the top runners, using the screw at the bottom edge of each, so that the bottom runners would be lowest, to ease mounting.
No problems with (7).
With (8), I used a rubber mallet to gently persuade a and b onto the glass. I pressed  on with my thumbs to avoid damaging the magnetic seals.
No problems with (9).
Adjustments at (10) allow you to ensure the doors hang straight. Mine sat happily at the middle of the adjustment range.
No problems with (11).
Install design flaws
Laldan - 1 year ago
First one was the base plates there is an top and a bottom the screw holes wont line up and isnt mentioned in the instructions. Second fit the base rollers after fitting the door. Havent finished yet but looks alright so far
Made some improvements but not with to seals
Desacetek1 - 1 year ago
We bought this to replace our previous Cooke & Lewis shower bought from B&Q 12 years ago because the aluminium rots over time due to water traps caused by design. They have made some good improvements with the assembly of the doors and the way they fit and hang. However they have made zero attempt to design out the leaks or the water traps due to design and you will need to silicon aluminium components that just butt together at the floor to avoid the annoying leaks and water traps that make for a disgusting job of cleaning.