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MX Classic Pentangle Deep Shower Tray 900 1000 & 1200x900mm

List price: £232.99
£159.99
You save: £73.00 (31%)
UAE
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This pentangle 5 sided shower tray perfectly matches the range of 900, 1000 and 1200x900mm pentangle enclosures on the market.

Most manufacturers offer slim trays but MX understand that there is still demand for the high walled classic shower trays with cast stone resin construction. These are a solid dependable design that won't move beneath your feet. The high sides also means there is no chance of water escaping.

The built in tread pattern makes this perfect for those who worry about slipping whilst showering.

The shower tray also comes complete with a matching shower waste to drain water away efficiently.

Please note the 1200x900mm trays are made to order in small batches and as such will take an extra 3 weeks for delivery

Specification

  • High walled tray keeps water off the bathroom floor
  • Includes compatible shower waste
  • Acrylic capped ABS finish with non slip tread pattern
  • Cast stone resin construction
  • 95mm height
  • Amazingly strong due to its integral body frame construction
  • Optional universal pentangle easy plumb kit
  • Made with WRAS approved Phthalate free materials
  • 900mm MX UAE 36kg weight
  • 1200x900mm MX UNA/C 52kg weight
  • Made in the UK
  • This product is fully backed by a manufacturers 25 year guarantee

Delivery from £27.99 depending on location.

Delivery Schedule

Most items are delivered within 3-4 days. For larger items you will be contacted to arrange a mutually convenient delivery date.

Please note the 1200x900 trays are made to order in small batches and as such will take an extra 3 weeks for delivery

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Delivery charges are based on the weight and fragility of the product as well as the distance from our warehouse.

We do not make any money from delivery charges. In most cases the cost of delivery is subsidised