Burlington Harewood Freestanding Slipper Bath - 1700 x 730mm

Burlington Harewood Freestanding Slipper Bath - 1700 x 730mm Product code: E1
Product code: E1
£408.34 (inc. VAT) £340.28 (ex. VAT)

Burlington Harewood Freestanding Slipper Bath - 1700 x 730mm more....

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10 Years
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    Burlington Harewood Freestanding Slipper Bath 1700 x 730mm

    The Harewood Slipper Bath from Burlington offers both comfort and a striking design, sure to stand out in any traditional bathroom. Combining the stature and luxury of a freestanding bath, with an ergonomic design for comfort during bathing the Harewood Slipper bath is a luxurious option. Paired with our range of freestanding bath legs, the Harewood can fit many traditional design themes whilst maintaining its affluent look. Shop our range of recommended products and create a matching set of Burlington items which perfectly compliment each other and create an opulent solution for you bathroom with all of the traditional elements Burlington are renowned for.

    Product Specification

    • Product Dimensions: 730 x 1690 x 770mm
    • Finishes: White
    • Product Type: Traditional
    • Material: Lucite Acrylic
    • Weight: 48kg
    • Capacity: 195l
    • Suitable for 0,1,2 tap holes.
    • Template is supplied for tap and overflow holes so drilling can be done on site
    • This bath is suitable for Burlington Fire Hydrants and for deck mounted taps
    • 10 year manufacturers guarantee
    • Depth of bath is 460mm
    • Please note that bath legs are sold separately

    Useful Information

    • The exterior of this bath can be painted, if you wish to paint yours then this can be done by using Acrylic based primers and paints, you should seek advice from the paint manufacturer for suitable products and process
    • Supplied with a template to define the taps holes or overflow holes on the bath. Tap holes can then be drilled on site as required.