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WS Bath Collections Epoca Egg White 72 Inch Pedestal Acrylic Freestanding Tub
$8,062.00 $7,280.00
WS Bath Collections Epoca Egg White 72 Inch Pedestal Acrylic Freestanding Tub
Overall dimensions: 69.3L x 31.1W x 29.5H inches. Acrylic pedestal-style bathtub. For use with floor- or wall-mount faucet (not included). Silver decal details on the outer surface. Features standard 1.5-inch drain opening. Empty weight: 90 lbs., full weight: 450 lbs.. Cupping your body like a natural eggshell cups a poached egg, the WS Bath Collections Epoca Egg White 72 Inch Pedestal Acrylic Freestanding Tub provides an unpretentious, snug bathing experience, for a feeling of security and sensuality. If the tub fits, wear it. With an outer surface enhanced beautifully by subtle silver leaf-and-vine designs, the tub will complement any bathroom color palette you cook up. Items required for the tub to function include a wall- or floor-mounted faucet, drain, and water supply line (not included). This freestanding tub comes with a one-year manufacturer's warranty. We recommend that a professional plumber or contractor install your new tub and that you measure your space prior to purchasing to ensure a proper fit. Your bath-time experience is sure to be egg-ceptional!Tips to Take Before Taking it Easy in Your Clawfoot or Freestanding TubWe know you're excited to transform your bathroom from dull to indulgent with the addition of a clawfoot tub or a freestanding tub, but please consider this important information before taking on your tub.We recommend having a professional plumber install your tub.Make sure your floor can support the weight of the tub, whether it's empty or full.Measure the doorway you'll take the tub through to get inside your house, and measure your stairwell and your bathroom doorway, too, to make sure the tub will fit. Remember that some tub feet are not removable.Get prepared with the right parts. You'll need some essentials to enjoy a proper clawfoot or freestanding tub experience. Keep in mind that parts such as the faucet, drain, supply lines, hand-held shower head, shower curtain, and shut-off valves are sold separatelyWhile you can use universal parts for some tubs, you'll find that others require parts that are the same brand as the tub. All of your necessary tub parts are available for purchase here at ClawfootTubs.com.Have your plumber ensure that your tub is level. To prevent the tub from moving and to protect your floor, try placing coasters underneath the tub feet.After the tub is installed, see that your plumber turns the water on and makes sure everything works and drains properly.Now, don't forget the bubbles!About WS Bath CollectionsA tradition of fine handcraftsmanship, warmth of material, and beauty of design characterize this company's exclusive collection of fine bathroom and kitchen products. The collections include innovative and distinctive sinks, washbasins, washstands, bathtubs, bathroom furniture and complementary accessories that provide inspirational solutions for every imaginable decor.
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Ecosphere - Extra Large
£449.00
Ecosphere - Extra Large
Each EcoSphere is a completely sealed ecosystem. It contains active micro-organisms - thats red shrimp and algae to you and me - in a clear 'soup' of filtered sea-water. Simply provide the EcoSphere with indirect natural or artificial light and the ecosystem will thrive without needing further attention. EcoSpheres have a life expectancy of two to three years but it is not uncommon for a system to last much longer - some have continued for over 10 years. If you really want to impress then the Extra Large Ecosphere is the one for you. Almost the size of a football, and weighing in at around 5 kgs, this sphere houses over 35 shrimp. and contains fantastic pieces of Gorgonia which enhance the beauty of these amazing self-contained worlds. Space Age Technology. The EcoSphere is the result of technology developed at NASA's research laboratories. NASA scientists were researching self-contained communities for space explorers to live in during long-term space flights. And out of this work came the EcoSphere - an ecosystem of animal and plant life in perfect balance with nature. What is an EcoSphere? An EcoSphere is a working ecological system and its biological cycle represents a simple version of Earth's own ecosystem. While beautiful to look at, it demonstrates the delicate balance of a closed system like the Earth and contains some of the same essential elements that are found on our planet. The Earth is represented by the gravel at the bottom, with water filling approximately two-thirds of the system and air filling the balance of the space. Fire is represented by the light. And finally to complete the system, life - the shrimp, the algae and the bacteria. Who developed EcoSpheres? Originally discovered by two scientists, the late Dr Joe Hanson and the late Dr Clair Folsome, the EcoSphere is the result of technology developed at NASA's research laboratories. NASA scientists were researching self-contained communities for space explorers to live in during long-term space flights. And out of this work came the EcoSphere - an ecosystem of animal and plant life in perfect balance with nature. The EcoSphere is a NASA-Jet Propulsion Laboratory Technology Transfer Program. What's inside an EcoSphere? Each system comprises a clear 'soup' of filtered seawater containing gravel and gorgonia (the non-living branch like material) together with some shrimp, algae and bacteria. Each is a key component of the ecosystem. The gravel, gorgonia and glass all provide surface areas to which the micro-organisms can attach themselves. How does it work? The EcoSphere works by gathering energy from the light and converting it biochemically. Light, together with the carbon dioxide in the water, enables the algae to produce oxygen by photosynthesis. The shrimp breathe the oxygen in the water and graze on the algae and the bacteria. The waste from the shrimp is broken down by the bacteria into nutrients, which in turn feed the algae. The shrimp and the bacteria also give off carbon dioxide and the cycle is renewed when the algae use this once again to produce oxygen. How Long Will The System Live? If you think the Ecosphere is cruel then fear not. The average life of the EcoSpheres is two to three years, which is longer than if they were in the real ecosystem as they have no predators to worry about. The larger systems tend to last longer because they contain more shrimp. It is not possible to be precise about this because much
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