Black Black 60" X 30" Heated Bubblemassage(tm) Air Bath With Bask, Right Drain

Kohler K1167GHRW7
Underscore Rectangle Collection

Available in 6 Color(s)

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  • Type: Bathtubs
 

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With clean, smooth lines, the Underscore Heated Bubblemassage™ air bath is a welcome retreat to soak away the day's tension and center your mind. Lay back and melt in the deep bath as strategically-placed airjets release thousands of bubbles to massage your body at the level of intensity you prefer, while the heated surface warms your back and neck with adjustable temperature settings to create a soothing, spa-like environment. Realize your vision. It's all at the touch of your finger...

Features
  • Features
  • 122 airjets release thousands of heated bubbles that surround, support, and massage the body.
  • Variable-speed blower lets you adjust massage intensity to 18 levels.
  • Bask® heated surface creates spa-like relaxation with soothing warmth on your back, shoulders, and neck.
  • Built-in heater.
  • Automatic and manual purge cycles remove residual water from air channels after use.
  • 60-minute automatic shutoff timer.
  • Slotted overflow allows for deep soaking.
  • Integral lumbar support.
  • Keypad control.
  • Textured bottom surface.
Material
  • Material
  • Acrylic.
Technology
  • Technology
  • Heated BubbleMassage™ technology warms and humidifies air before it enters the bath.
Installation
  • Installation
  • Requires K-7271 or K-7272 Clearflo slotted overflow bath drain (sold separately).
  • Alcove.
  • Integral flange.
  • Right drain.
  • 120V electrical requirement allows for easy installation with standard outlet.
  • Requires two dedicated circuits.

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