Biscuit 60" X 42" Alcove Bath With Integral Apron and Right-hand Drain

Kohler K1113RA96
Windward Collection

Available in 2 Color(s)

Features

  • Decked oval shape creates a graceful and spacious bathing experience.
  • Molded lumbar support and armrests offer extra comfort while bathing.
  • Integral apron.
  • Tile flange helps prevent water from seeping behind wall and simplifies alcove installation.

Quick Specs

  • Type: Bathtubs
  • Width: 60"
  • Height: 21"
  • Depth: 42"

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Look forward to a private getaway in the Windward bath, which features a deep bathing area and integrated armrests for comfortable, whole-body soaks. The square deck and clean lines suit a variety of bathroom designs.

Features
  • Features
  • Decked oval shape creates a graceful and spacious bathing experience.
  • Integral lumbar support and armrests offer extra comfort while bathing.
  • Integral apron.
  • Integral flange helps prevent water from seeping behind wall and simplifies alcove installation.
Material
  • Material
  • Acrylic.
Installation
  • Installation
  • Right drain.
  • Alcove.
Notice to California Customers
  • Notice to California Customers
  • WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding, or machining this product can expose you to Titanium Dioxide, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Features

  • Decked oval shape creates a graceful and spacious bathing experience.
  • Molded lumbar support and armrests offer extra comfort while bathing.
  • Integral apron.
  • Tile flange helps prevent water from seeping behind wall and simplifies alcove installation.
  • Right-hand drain.

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