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DreamLine Enigma-X 56-59 in. W x 62 in. H Frameless Sliding Tub Door
The Enigma-X sliding tub door is the epitome of style, innovation and quality. The sleek Fully frameless design and high functioning performance deliver the look and feel of custom glass at an exceptional value.
ITEM#: 14285570The Enigma-X sliding tub door is the epitome of style, innovation and quality. The sleek Fully frameless design and high functioning performance deliver the look and feel of custom glass at an exceptional value. The impressive 0.375 inch-thick tempered glass is factory treated with DreamLine exclusive ClearGlass protective coating for superior protection and easy maintenance.
- Brand: Dreamline
- Dimensions: 62 inches high x 56-59 inches wide
- Premium 0.375 inch (10 mm) thick tempered glass
- Glass type: Clear
- Hardware finish: Brushed stainless steel
- Frameless glass design
- Sliding tub door
- Walk-In opening: 22 - 25 inches
- Door side panel: 28.625 inches
- Width installation adjustability: 56 - 59 inches
- Out-of-plumb installation adjustability: No
- Reversible for right or left door opening installation
- DreamLine exclusive Clear Glass protective anti-limescale coating
- Effortless single sliding door operation with large wheel assemblies on a stainless steel track
- Includes anti-splash threshold to prevent water spillage (requires minimum threshold depth of 2.75 inches)
- Stainless steel top bar & bottom threshold may be shortened by cutting up to 4 inches
- Professional installation is required
- Material: Tempered Glass, Stainless Steel
- Intended use: Indoor
- Tempered glass ANSI certified
- Limited 5 (five) year manufacturer warranty
Please note: Orders of 151-pounds or more will be shipped via Freight carrier and our Oversized Item Delivery/Return policy will apply.Please click here for more information.
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year Manufacturer|
|Model Number||DreamLine tub door|
|Material||Glass Stainless Steel|
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