Coram 4 Panel Folding Shower Screen (White Frame) - 865mm Width (SFD4CUW)
A shower curtain is a crucial part of any bathroom – ensuring that you can shower in peace whilst protecting the room around you from spray, spillages, and floods. But, if we’re honest, traditional shower curtains aren’t the most attractive accessories around and if you’re going for a sleek, modern look, there’s a severe risk that they will cramp your style.
- 4 panel folding bath screen
- High quality, corrosion resistant frame (complies with BS6496)
- 4mm plain clear toughened safety glass (marked with European Standard EN12150 to comply with Building Regulations)
- Nylon brush in the hinge for smooth, silent operation
- Smooth, rounded glass edges
- Makes your bath more like a shower enclosure
- Unique patented levelling system
- Push-on transparent polymer seal, which can be easily removed for cleaning
- Can pivot 180 degrees for easy cleaning and access
- Supplied complete with full 10 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty
- Height – 1400mm
- Length (extended) – 865mm
- Length (folded) – 147mm
- Width (folded) – 241mm
- Glass thickness – 4mm
Coram 4 Panel Folding Shower Screen (White Frame) - 865mm Width (SFD4CUW) Downloadable Documents
£168.03 (Inc. VAT)
Coram 4 Panel Folding Shower Screen (White Frame) - 865mm Width (SFD4CUW) ReviewsPrevious
The parcel arrived in tact, it was not as heavy as I thought it was going to be. The glass and white framework complemented each other. My bathroom is an odd shape with a sloping ceiling and I have spent many months searching for something that would fit nicely between the wall and the beginning of the slope and this is perfect. The previous reviews that I had read were a great help. Very pleased with the whole finished look of my bathroom
I looked at other screens in bathroom supply shops and they were way more expensive, were flimsy and didnt seem well made. This screen is pretty heavy because of the glass, but much of the weight seems to be taking by the wall support which sits on the bath. The screen is then fitted at the bottom with plastic guards to prevent water running under the screen. Very happy with this product. It is NOT heavy to open and close though
I purchased the coram folding bath screen after doing quite a lot of research , and comparing prices . The Coram was not the cheapest but is well worth the money , easy to fit ,excellent quality and we have had no leaks , it folds back very neatly which gives lots of room when not in use and easy access to the bath ., it looks nice and has put the finishing touch to our bathroom .
Ordering was easy, web-site fine. Delivery exactly as requested. Product excellent. It was a little higher than the previous one, that was OK, but a little shorter. In the end thats turned out fine with no water from the shower spraying round the edge. Also, seal at bottom looks basic, but it works well. Folds back enough. I had a handyman fit it, he said it was no problem.
absolutely fantastic screen looks beautiful, solid sturdy build,folds back neatly. delivery and communications were brilliant. ordered late tuesday afternoon delivered thursday. did a lot of research before choosing this one, this one ticked all the boxes would use plumbworld for any future requirements.
This shower screen is solidly built and easy to fit. It looks good and folds away neatly, which it needs to do in my tiny en-suite bathroom. I only wish Id fitted this model in my main bathroom, rather than a cheap sliding one, but I will when that one falls to bits!
Kept up to date with delivery and it arrived on time. product itself was as exactly as described and well packaged. I feel it is value for money. I have no hesitation in dealing with this company again.
I was delighted with this shower screen, its everything you want in a screen, good value
The plumber was right,it was a lovely shower screen.
Relatively easy to fit for the average diyer. Adjustment a bit confusing as instructions that came with it say adjust by adjusting top and bottom screws, Youtube plumbworld video say just adjust top screw. Video was for Coram full screen panel, but same adjusting method used on both screens.