fitted 2 different sizes of these doors in 2 bathrooms, they are high quality and made really well, like the look. I had a handyman to install and he said the instructions are not great but he made sense of it, took about 2-3 hrs each because of the leveling and the holes in the glass were not factory cut in the right place so it we had a lot of adjusting to do to get the track to fit. The problems I've found in both bathrooms is that the bar at the base which is supposed to keep the water from leaking out is not too effective, the water does splash out a little. Also had to fit the silver wear at the base with clear epoxy....very messy. Had to scape excess off and epoxy is tough to scape off. Also I didn't realise this when purchasing but there's a fixed panel and a door, the door is only made to open (supposedly where the faucets are) on the right and that didn't work in my bathrooms as the toilets were on the right hence too close to the showers. So we had to fit them back to front with the opening away from the faucets, therefore the gap between the fixed panel and the door is back to front, not great as the water gets through. The strips minimize that so it still works somewhat. It would be good if vigo would offer a left and right door, so we can choose based on our shower configuration.
If you are mounting the fixed wall portion on a stall shower, you need longer screws.They ship the door with 1 5/8" SS screws. The typical stall thickness is 1" and if you have sheet-rock behind it you'll only have an eighth of an inch into the stud. They also supply plastic molly's which I wouldn't recommend The door seems too heavy for the 4 screws that hold it. Also the door stop on the bottom is lower then the glass door, so if you push hard, the door will go past the stop
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