Affine Campana Freestanding Bath 1595mm With Built-In Waste
£399.97 (Inc. VAT)
The Affine Campana Freestanding Bath is a striking freestanding bath with a clean and modern style that will coordinate with many bathroom looks. The combination of straight and curved lines make this freestanding bath a beautiful centrepiece for the bathroom.
The Affine Campana Freestanding Bath comes complete with a built-in, elegant and smart, waste and overflow for easy installation.
Features and benefits:
- Manufactured from high quality acrylic
- Built-in stainless steel and brass waste and overflow with chrome finish for easy installation.
- Designed for use in all bathroom suites
- Bath conforms to BS EN 14516:2006+A1:2010
- 10 years guarantee
- This bath is only compatible with freestanding taps. Freestanding taps that complement this bath are available. (Tap not included with this bath).
- Length: 1595mm
- Width: 740mm
- Height: 590mm
- Capacity: 210 litres
|Warranty (years)||10 Years|
|Complies to British Standard||• BS EN 14516:2006 + A1:2010|
£399.97 (Inc. VAT)
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I have just installed this bath and used it only once, so I cannot comment on durability. It looks good and seems well made. The finish is excellent. There was only one problem and it was a fairly major one, but has (I hope) been rectified easily. The waste came pre-fitted but it leaked. I used Mapesil Sealant (55535 from Screwfix) liberally under and around the rubber seal and that seems to have fixed it. There are a few points I would make about the bath. It is really intended to have a vertical under-floor drainaway, but that is not feasible in most houses. There is only 50mm of clearance between the drain and the floor and although this can be increased to 80mm if the feet are adjusted to the highest, that leaves an unsightly gap underneath. I left the feet at the lowest, made a hole in the floor to accommodate the lowest P trap available (requires 75mm clearance at least) and this worked. If a joist had been there, I would have had an issue. Similarly, having a side pipe entry requires a hole to be drilled in the outer shell. I hadn't drilled into fiberglass before, but it was easy and there was no problem. One reason for choosing this bath is that is not too long and won't dominate a small-medium bathroom. I figured that the length would be enough for an average height man, and that is just about true. However, the curvature at the ends does make it feel slightly cramped, and I hadn't factored that in. I would have been better off with a more square shape, but aesthetically we didn't like that. There is a tendency for the butt to cause the clic-clac waste to pop up as you move around. I was a bit surprised by this as I have a similar waste in one of the baths in our other house, and don't experience this, but that bath is standard length and squarer. This is something to bear in mind. As with most freestanding baths, there is not a nice flat place to put your bubble bath, shampoo etc. I dislike the bath bars so that is something I have not yet resolved.