Tabor 1670 Freestanding Bath with Modern Feet
A modern twist on the Tabor 1670 Freestanding Bath this version comes complete with chrome finished modern feet. The bath measures in at 1670mm in length making it suitable for nearly every sized bathroom.
Bath Type: Freestanding
Materials Specification: 2 sheets of 4-6mm thick acrylic and bonded with cast resin stone for extra reinforcement
Depth (to overflow): 345mm
Height: 615mm (including feet)
Weight: 46Kg (including feet)
Capacity: 206 litres to overflow
Tap Holes: Suitable for tap hole drilling by your installer, comes as standard without tap holes
Waste & Overflow Holes: Pre-drilled
Includes: Chrome finished modern feet
Excludes: Taps & Waste Kit (see matching items)
Please Note: All sizes are approximate and should be used for guidance only.
How Are Deliveries Arranged?
You will be contacted by our specialist company to arrange a convenient delivery date.
Track Your Order
All orders can be tracked online 24 hours a day. We will also send you updates by email and text message as your order progresses
Plan & Prepare
Some items are large and/or heavy, so we advise all customers to have at least two able bodied people on site to receive the delivery.
Special Delivery Service
Many of our goods are delicate, so we have organized a special delivery service. All bulky items are delivered on a specially constructed A-Frame pallet. Due to the specialist nature of this service we can only offer deliveries to your door. Some items are small and therefore will be delivered by a parcel courier.
Please note to ensure that we can help you, you will need your 8 digit order number provided when you placed your order.
Organizing A Return?
To organize a return you must first get authorisation from our customer service team. Customer Services will send you a returns form and ID number, allowing you to return the goods without complication. Please note: These conditions do not affect your statutory rights relating to faulty or misdescribed goods. For further information about your statutory rights contact your local authority's Trading Standards Department or a Citizens Advice Bureau.