Tub drain controls

Discussion in 'Shower & bathtub Forum & Blog' started by 18holesanyone, May 8, 2007.

  1. 18holesanyone

    18holesanyone New Member

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    The tub my wife wants has a center drain on the long dimension and is on the left side on the short dimension. The tub (Maxx Vice Versa) is air and jets. To position it properly in the existing space means that the drain (and overflow) are positioned against the wall. Does anyone know of any solutions to position the drain control on the side of the tub opposite the drain and overflow?

    Many thanks!

    Has anybody had any experience with "Remote BWO
    Geberit’s Remote Bath Waste & Overflow cable drain features the same quality and performance as our full line of bath waste and overflow products, the unique two-headed design gives you flexibility in handle placement. The main body acts as the overflow while the secondary handle is connected to a 59” cable that can be mounted to the side of the tub. This exclusive feature results in added accessibility that eliminates the need to lean into the tub to control the drain."
    http://www.us.geberit.com/catalog/c...50&PHPSESSID=66e59f421692701a11ee0fa383e2a9fd
    Last edited: May 8, 2007
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