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GoodHome Calera Straight 2 Panel Bath screen, (W)1040mm
- Manufacturer guarantee: 10 years
- Fittings & fixings included
- Included: Screws & wall plugs
- Instructions for care: Clean with soap only and do not use chloric acid or abrasive cleaner
- Compatibility: Flat top bath
Features and benefits
Calera is the practical bath screen solution with a 1400mm high screen for reduced water splashes. Mix and match your product for a perfect combination with the ONEGA shower enclosure range.
- Easy installation: Wall profile adjustable up to 15mm. Reversible fittings for right or left handles opening
- Comfort: Anti-limescale treatment
- Strength: Thick 5mm tempered glass
- This identical product is currently available under two of our brand names. Please note that if you order this product online you might receive it in the alternative brand name to the one displayed.
|CE marked||CE marked|
|Bath screen type||Straight|
|Glass type||Toughened safety glass|
|Maximum uneven wall adjustment||15|
|Frame effect||Silver effect|
|Number of panels||2|
Patmack - 5 days ago
Well. Firstly let me start off my saying I am a HUGE DIY fanatic....I thrive off it and am yet to be defeated by any project. Cue this shower screen. Well it took three of us to do it for a start. Your wall and your bath literally have to be at a perfect right angle. Your bath needs to have perfectly straight, non-curved edges. Mine has neither. My bath edges are only very slightly curved, as are most baths. So once we fought and swore to get the screen up, the “fitted” glass kept slipping wards towards the bath. So I have now had a drill a hole in my bath and use a bracket I found in my shed, to stop the “fitted” panel from moving. Edges are all sealed perfectly, I sealed them as per instructions, which incidentally are rubbish. But that’s t leaks right where the lower hinge is. There is no real way of stopping it leaking through there as it’s a moving, functioning part of the screen. I have ensured the lower seal is fitted as far in to the Hinge as is possible, but there remains a few mm gap. The problem is not solved as of yet. But overall, I am not impressed with this item by any means.
Bad Design means it leaks
VM29 - 4 months ago
Lovely looking screen for the price but the poor design of the rubber along the bottom of the door means that it leaks. Highly annoying considering it is now fixed to my tiles and can't be returned!
A Very Good Well Priced Product
Elizabeth20 - 7 months ago
I have now fitted two of these screens in two homes, and would totally agree with other reviews. It is a quality product, sensibly priced, that it straightforward to install. The metal fittings make all the difference and if you use sealant as recommended in the key areas there are no leaks. The excellent sectioning of the glass screens make it most suitable for maximum screening whilst giving it flexibility in where it can be fitted (I have a chest of drawers at the side of the bath and this means the screens opens past the end of it) plus giving ease of access to most users. Excellent!
Thins product is good...
WmarkW - 9 months ago
I think this is good product for the price pic 1, and looking nice, has good functionality. If you have a flat straight bath edge than should be not leaks, my wasn't, I had to add a longer lower seal pic 2, and is working perfect now, no leaks. Most important is to get no gaps between the lower seal and and the hinge pic 3. I have also put silicone between the fixed glass and bath pic 4.
Well built, very good value
Mike27 - 1 year ago
I had fit on of these for a customer & was surprised how good quality it was, especially for the price. It has metal hinges unlike many who have plastic hinges so they will no break. Like all other screens the rubber seal requires a little cutting & shaping so that it fully seals to the frame when shut, but with this moveable seal not being in the corner of the bath it shouldn't cause a problem anyway. Just about to purchase another to fit for another customer & will also be purchasing one for my house referb.