|Item Weight||15 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.5 x 18.2 x 11.2 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||1842-K4|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||One-year Limited Warranty|
Kohler K-1842-K4 Echelon Shower Locker, Cashmere
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K-1842-K4 Finish: Cashmere Features: -Shower locker.-Reinforced with fiberglass (FRP).-One-piece configuration that is easy to clean.-Attachment flanges.-Four integral shelves.-Accommodates various statures.-ANSI Z124.1.2 listed.-CSA B45.0 listed.-CSA B45.5 listed. Construction: -Acrylic construction.-For new construction or complete remodel of tiled showers only. Color/Finish: -White finish.-Mexican sand finish.-Almond finish.-Thunder grey finish.-Ice grey finish.-Biscuit finish.-Sandbar finish.-Cashmere finish. Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 61.875'' H x 17.375'' W. Warranty: -Kohler provides a one year limited warranty.
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Far too often storage and seating solutions for the shower are afterthoughts. As a result, many homeowners have to resort to makeshift solutions that are unsightly, inefficient, uncomfortable and potentially unsafe. At Kohler, storage and seating are a fundamental part of the conversation, and they're always fully integrated - aesthetically, functionally and ergonomically.
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But and this is a very big but... the shape of the shelves and back result in the shelves having extremely limited usable storage space. You can fit a large shampoo bottle - ONE - on one of the two center shelves. Or maybe one or two soap dishes. Because the shelves are curved you really can't put anything toward the left and right edges... there just isn't enough "shelf" there. For a unit that gives a visual impression of being huge, the actual practical storage space that it provides is actually very small.
I don't expect any issue with water / edge seal. You do need to attach this to a solid stud pocket and be diligent about furring to make sure it is flush with the surrounding surface so that tile will lay flat. In my case I built the stud pocket, finished the wall with cement backer board up to the edges of the pocket, furred the 2x4s out so that the storage unit would be flush with the cement board when installed. So the lip of the unit sets INTO the stud pocket, resting on the studs/furring, not onto the top of the cement board. When installed the surface of the unit lip is flush with the surface of the cement board. Leave 1/8" gap around all sides and caulk that. Then tile over the seam where storage unit meets cement board. Tile up to it, leaving a 1/8" gap, then caulk the gap with 100% silicone caulk. Shouldn't leak.