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GoodHome Limski Quadrant Shower tray (L)900mm (W)900mm (D)28mm
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This quadrant shower tray from Cooke & Lewis's Limski range is ideal for domestic or commercial use. It's made from sturdy resin mixed with marble, which is slip resistant and it has a 5 year guarantee. Compatible with Onega and Beloya ranges.
- Guarantee - 5 year
Features and benefits
- Anti-slip structure
- Adjustable feet from 95 to 100 mm
- Compatible Waste: Hi-Flow Shower Waste
|Material||Resin mixed with marble|
Beware of the legs
Stevebx - 1 month ago
I bought this after seeing it on display in store. When I got it out I was surprised to find that you are supposed to fit it on 5 legs. There were several enclosures in the local store using this base none were using the legs so I did as they had done and discarded the legs ( I wonder does this invalidate the guarantee ). It’s in place with a b and q shower enclosure and looks good.
Just the job
Jimbob1980 - 3 months ago
I purposely bought this one for our 2nd en-suite as we have had the 1200x900 in our main bathroom for nearly a year and has proven faultless. Very solid and easy to fit. I didn’t use the feet on the 1st one, just bonded it straight onto a plywood lined floor with silicone and doesn’t move at all. There’s no fixings on the feet but you can just pin it against the walls with timber battons against the feet and silicone against the walls and it’s solid.
Just the job
Pompey handyman - 6 months ago
I'm a bathroom fitter and this is my go to 800 x 800 quadrant shower tray.
Far better than the plastic ones and feels solid as well as classy.
nice . anti slip .
billytheplumber - 8 months ago
binned the legs/feet and bonded it to a wood base which i tiled. solid sturdy crisp and nice anti slip base which might prove a bit of a job to keep clean. would definitely recommend !
Nope! Don't buy this.
George David - 8 months ago
There is no way to fix this shower tray in place. Other comparable raised shower trays from different sellers have holes in the legs so that they can be secured to the floor. This has nothing of the kind. The legs screw into the shower tray but cannot, in any way, be fixed to the floor. There is no way to fix the shower tray to the wall either. Also, there is no side panel available to buy to block off the gap that we now have between floor and shower tray on the curved side. This is a significant gap of about 10 cm by 130cm (curved). Other comparable sellers offer a 'side panel' pack that blocks this off. Quite why the Limski doesn't have either this side panel kit or legs that screw to the floor is anyone's guess but the result is that this shower tray, in its raised configuration, is really quite useless and impossible for me to recommend.