The Solo Extra measures 1150 x 900 x 600
The Omnitub Solo Extra, slightly longer and wider than the Solo, immerse yourselves fully in the tub and enjoy and indulge in the Solo Extra's deep water unlike any other standard bath.
As with all our tubs, its shorter and deeper than a standard bath so the water stays hotter for longer, and as easy to fit as a standard bath.
Ideal for those long relaxing soaks that you dream about.
It comes delivered with pre-drilled waste and overflow holes. No tap holes are pre-drilled to allow variation on the location of the taps or a bath filler can be used.
Total Capacity (Tubs Filled To The Overflow Hole)
Fillings to give immersion with water up to just below the shoulders when seated:
One Person Weighing 80kg | 268 Liters
Weight of Empty Tub
Care and Installation
Please read these instructions completely before installing your Omnitub.
Inspect your carton for damage before removing the Omnitub.
The Omnitub can be damaged if tools or fittings are dropped into it during installation. It is best to cover the tub with an old blanket or thick cloth during installation when ever possible.
Do not stand in the Omnitub without it being supported on a load bearing structure. If installing an Omnitub Duo you should check the flooring can take the loading without reinforcement.
An Omnitub Duo fully filled with water could apply a load of 400kg/ sqm. This is about the same loading as a full traditional cast iron bath would exert.
Place the bath down on a suitably soft surface so as not to damage the surface of the bath.
You can use the cardboard packaging sleeve to protect the surface.
Adjust the feet until the bath its level and at the correct height.
Place the level on the rim of the bath.
Secure the nuts to the feet.
For safety reasons an overﬂow should be ﬁtted. If connected to the trap, an ‘extended’ waste & overﬂow pipe will be needed as the tub is deeper than a standard bath.
Omnitub stock extended wastes in chrome.
Details are on the website: www.omnitub.co.uk If tap holes are required, holes in the ﬁbreglass should be cut with a tank cutter not a brace and bit.
Masking tape should be used to prevent the ﬁbreglass splintering.
Care Of The Tub
To clean the tub, please use non-abrasive cleaners (ie) liquid cleaners and a non-scratch scourer. Surface scratches can be removed with T Cut polish.
Unlike acrylic, fibreglass can be buffed up with an electric polisher to regain high gloss if required.