|Item Weight||187.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||0.4 x 60 x 76 inches|
|Item model number||SHDR-61607610-07|
|Size||56-60 in. W x 1 in. D x 76 in. H|
|Color||Brushed Stainless Steel|
|Style||Sliding Shower Door|
|Finish||Brushed Stainless Steel|
|Material||Tempered Glass,Stainless Steel|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Certification||ANSI Certified Tempered Glass|
|Usage||Indoor use only|
|Warranty Description||Limited lifetime manufacturer warranty|
DreamLine Enigma-X 56-60 in. W x 76 in. H Fully Frameless Sliding Shower Door in Brushed Stainless Steel, SHDR-61607610-07
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- Model Size: 56-60 in. W x 76 in. H; Walk-In Opening: 23-27 in.; Hardware Finish: Brushed Stainless Steel
- Premium 3/8 in. (10mm) thick ANSI certified clear tempered glass; DreamLine exclusive ClearMax water repellant and stain resistant coating
- Stainless Steel Top guide bar can be trimmed up to 4 in. for width adjustment; ATTENTION! This model has NO adjustment for out-of-plumb (uneven walls)
- Minimum threshold depth of 2 3/4 in. is required for proper installation; Optional SlimLine shower base available (sold separately)
- Professional installation is required; Limited Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty
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Brushed Stainless Steel Finish Hardware
About the Manufacturer
DreamLine is a leading global brand and distributor of shower doors, tub doors and shower related products. We have achieved worldwide accolades within residential and commercial marketplaces for off-the-shelf and custom shower door solutions with sleek modern style and impressive value. DreamLine also manufactures acrylic shower bases and acrylic shower backwalls, to complement our shower doors.
Enigma-X 56 to 60 inch Fully Frameless Sliding Shower Door
The Enigma-X sliding shower door is the epitome of style, innovation and quality. The sleek Fully frameless design and high functioning performance deliver the look and feel of custom glass at an exceptional value. The impressive 3/8 inch thick tempered glass is factory treated with DreamLine exclusive ClearGlass protective coating for superior protection and easy maintenance.
- 56 - 60 in. W x 76 in. H
- Premium 3/8 in. (10 mm) thick clear tempered glass
- Brushed Stainless Steel hardware finish
- Fully frameless glass design
- Width installation adjustability: 56 - 60 in.
- No out-of-plumb installation adjustability
- Includes anti-splash threshold to prevent water spillage
- DreamLine exclusive Clear Glass protective anti-limescale coating
- Professional installation required
- Door walk-in: 22 - 26 in.
- Stationary panel: 29 1/8 in.
- Reversible for right or left door opening installation
- Material: ANSI certified Tempered Glass, Stainless Steel
The Enigma-X fully frameless design offers an almost floating appearance with the look and feel of custom glass, and minimal hardware. The Enigma-X will complete your design by defining your space.
The sophisticated stainless steel hardware is a perfect mix of exceptional quality and cool urban style. Solid roller bearings allow for smooth, quiet operation of the door.
Superior 3/8 inch tempered glass doors glide effortlessly through the guide block, for stability and safety. The use of minimal hardware provides a frameless look with a clean, elegant appearance.
Shower Door Threshold
Prevent water spills with an included anti-splash threshold.
Optional Matching Products
Single Threshold Shower Base
The coordinating SlimLine shower base incorporates a low profile design for an unobtrusive modern look and a winning combination
With features like a hand held shower, adjustable body massage sprays, and individual water controls, DreamLine shower panels turn your ordinary shower into a home spa. Installation is easy with only hot and cold water connections and fast mounting on wall-attached brackets.
Teak Shower Seat
The DreamLine Folding Teak Shower Seat is made of natural teak wood in a rich color that will add warmth to the feel of your shower space, and is the perfect finishing touch to your DreamLine shower space.
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The DreamLine Enigma-X shower door, tub door or enclosure brings an air of sophistication and luxury with its modern and fully frameless design. The striking stainless steel hardware delivers a perfect mix of exceptional quality and cool urban style. DreamLine exclusive ClearMax water repellant and stain resistant glass coating adds superior protection from stains and is nearly maintenance-free. Model is reversible for a right or left door opening installation
From the Manufacturer
The DreamLine Enigma-X shower door, tub door or enclosure brings an air of sophistication and luxury with its modern and fully frameless design. The striking stainless steel hardware delivers a perfect mix of exceptional quality and cool urban style. Glass is treated with DreamLine exclusive ClearMax water repellant and stain resistant coating for superior protection and easy maintenance. Choose DreamLine for the ultimate solution for your shower project. Premium 3/8 in. (10mm) thick ANSI certified clear tempered glass. ATTENTION! This model has NO adjustment for width or out-of-plumb (uneven walls). Fully Frameless design for an open and spacious feeling. Stainless Steel top guide bar can be trimmed up to 4 in. for width adjustment. Anti-splash threshold to prevent water spills (requires minimum threshold depth of 2 3/4 in.). Large wheel assembly creates effortless sliding action. Reversible for a right or left door opening installation. Optional SlimLine shower base available (sold separately). NOTE: DreamLine shower bases will always be larger (approximately 2 in.) than the corresponding DreamLine shower enclosures/doors. Please, take this information under advisement when ordering your shower base and shower enclosure separately.
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I'm a DIY guy with years of remodeling experience under my belt, but based on some of the other reviewers comments decided to let the pros handle this install. Took a while to locate a glass company that would install a product not purchased through them, but finally found a winner in Fuquay Glass. The crew that came exceeded my expectations on every level and the outcome of their work nothing short of exceptional as I hope the picture shows.
To wrap it up, I would not hesitate to purchase this product again nor hesitate to recommend it to others. And if you live in the Raleigh,Durham NC area, I highly recommend Fuquay Glass. I'd use their services again in a heartbeat.
I think that someone with good DIY skills could put this together without having to hire someone. Don't let some of these other reviews scare you. Challenge yourself, but take your time. There are just a few tips I would like to share:
- The first step requires you to cut the metal guide bar to your finished opening. If you don't already have one, you can get a good Dewalt hacksaw from Home Depot for around $25. Heck you already spent $800 on the door. With the hacksaw you'll probably need a table vise to hold the bar steady when you are cutting. I scored the bar first with some pipe cutters so that I didn't cut too crooked. Cutting the bar took about 10 minutes. It helps if you rotate the bar and cut in a new position if your blade keeps getting caught when the cut gets too deep.
- Keep those glass edges cushioned. No matter how careful you are someone is liable to bang the glass corner on a wall or drop it too abruptly against the floor because the glass is so heavy. I would go as far as taping on some more cardboard or sill seal on to the corners when moving it around. We chipped one of our corners, but luckily the nylon anti-water strips covered up the damage. We we were lucky the whole thing didn't shatter.
- Drilling through marble, porcelain, or ceramic, you need some good drill bits. There are some "glass and tile bits" that they sell at Home Depot with the blue heads. Those are NOT made for porcelain tile. You might be able to get through marble tile, which is a softer material than porcelain, with those things but it will still take you a long time. Get the carbide drill bits made for drilling through tile. Tile drill bits are made to be used on a lower RPM setting and with the hammer setting of your drill. I put my cordless drill down to the lowest power setting.
- After getting the stationary glass up, we found that it was out of level horizontally by about 3/16" over 6'. The bubble was still within the lines of my level so I thought no big deal. In hindsight, I should have just adjusted the guide rail brackets in or out to get the glass level again because after I put the moving glass door part up it rubbed against the bottom guide block. It wasn't an awful noise, but I wanted it to have no noise at all. Not wanting to take everything down again and risk smashing the glass, I cut a small piece of velcro (the fuzzy side, not the scratchy side) and slid it in between the bottom guide block and the glass door. To keep it locked in place, I put a small bead of silicone on the back of the velcro before I slid it in. It worked like a charm. No noise when sliding the door.
- Our floors were somewhat level, but there was a low spot. Before final placement of the stationary glass, I ran a thick bead of silicone on the low spots to provide some cushion for the stationary glass.
- You walls have to be decently level, but not perfect. As long as it's not out of level by more than 3/16" over 6', then there's nothing some silicone caulk can't seal. This may be obvious, but I would recommend putting the sliding door on the same side as your shower head to limit the amount of water that could potentially splash out.
- Our shower was a curbless shower, but after placement of the "anti-splash threshold," we now have a 1/4" curb. We probably could have done without it, but it's a very minor tripping hazard. Ha.
- Before applying the thread lock onto your door stoppers, make sure you have them exactly where you want them. I tried to adjust one of the door stoppers after applying the thread lock and the set screw wouldn't budge. We put rubbing alcohol into the hole and waited a few minutes and were then able to pry it loose. If all else fails, you'll probably need to get an allen wrench set that has a thicker handle to give you more torque.
All in all, it was no as difficult as some other reviewers made it out to be. Although, my perspective may be skewed a little bit because I still think of myself as a DIY'er when I may be more of a professional now.
Installed it in may. Had been working great
2.5 months later, in the middle of a shower, the door randomly shattered and exploded.
Needless to say I would like a refund and whatever else is appropriate.
Also see pictures attached.
Girlfriend had shards of glass all over her lower body and extremities resulting in a pretty gruesome scene.
Oh and before the assumption that the door was slammed or anything else. It wasn't. This was in the middle of a shower and the door hadn't been touched since getting in 15 minutes earlier.
I installed it myself with help from my son, definitely a 2 person job. The 2 glass pieces are HEAVY, and the crate it came in was barely movable by one person.