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Ideal Standard Vue Acrylic White Front Bath panel (W)1700mm
This white bath front panel from the Vue range conceals the underneath of your bath tub as well as hiding away any plumbing and pipework, perfect for a clean and tidy finish to your bathroom.
- Fixings sold separately
- Guarantee - 5 years
Ash090 - 21 days ago
Some people said that it cracked whilst installing and I give it to you that it's a bit flimsy but so are all of them. This one fitted perfectly to replace same old one and the most important -in one piece. I have to say that it's quite expensive for what it is, you can get cheap one for just over 10 pounds, same material. But I'm glad this one is on its place (well, we'll see for how long)
Vue side panel 1700mm
The golf man - 2 years ago
The panel is very thin, if you need to cut around any pipes or boxing in then you will need to build a frame to support the panel. My panel fitted the bath at the front but was far to wide at the back due to the bath supporting wood that traps the panel in place not being parallel had to cut it down. The side panel corner that fits over the end panel has split slightly even though I took great care when fitting it.
Ideal Standard Vue White Bath Front Panel (W)1700m
jk 1975 - 2 years ago
not great quality if iam honest cracks very easy for the price .
Not up to much
Mustang_John - 4 years ago
I had to cut the panel to make it fit, removing the bottom and part of one end seriously affected the rigidity the panel. There are no supporting ribs on the back side, a serious omission. This product could have been so much better. I am now going to modify mine to add the strength that should have been there from the start.
Ok for the price
Rochesterrogue - 5 years ago
Had to cut the panel both for length and had to cut a price out to go over a boxed in pipe, it was just ok, it would have taken much to split it though despite using a very fine toothed saw