Rogerseller recently launched a new freestanding bath called Uno, manufactured using the Thermoforming process from one single skin of 4mm Lucite® acrylic sheet, presenting no visible joins.
November 25th, 2011
As seen at the latest ISH fair in Frankfurt, acrylic baths are becoming a popular new trend in bathrooms due to its ability to be heated and shaped – allowing for endless design possibilities.
The smooth rounded contours of the Uno bath are ergonomic and elegant. Warm to the touch, the 1700mm bath makes for a relaxing bathing experience because the water stays warm for longer, with its non-porous surface making cleaning simple and efficient.
A full steel support frame adds stability and strength alongside the benefits of long-lasting beauty, ease of installation, and durability.
Lucite® acrylic is one of the most durable bath materials on the market; its colour goes all the way through the material instead of being sprayed onto the surface, meaning no change in its colour over time, and no chipping.
1700 x 700 x 550mm
Water capacity – 350 litres
Light weight – 71kg
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