bathtub

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bathtub

Postby LOLMum » Tue Oct 12, 2010 6:46 pm

does anyone know where i can shop for a small bathtub which is more of a sitting down type. saw one at imm but would like to see others.

i find the normal bathtub a bit too long for me and i dont enjoy soaking in it.


thanks.

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Postby mrswongtuition » Tue Oct 12, 2010 7:24 pm

Try Turf City, I got mine from there :)

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Postby LOLMum » Tue Oct 12, 2010 7:46 pm

thank you mrs wongtuition,

dh will be back in spore for about 1 week and it helps if he can go straight to those places that sell what we want.

hopefully we can get our house, especially the toilets, up and ready for us when we return in dec.

thanks.

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Postby mrswongtuition » Tue Oct 12, 2010 9:00 pm

What's your budget and requirements?
Cos mine's acrylic, comes in a variety of colours and really cheap.

No installation required.

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Postby LOLMum » Wed Oct 13, 2010 4:16 am

mrswongtuition wrote:What's your budget and requirements?
Cos mine's acrylic, comes in a variety of colours and really cheap.

No installation required.


hmmm, the plain simple one i saw at imm is acrylic too and i think the cost is between $700-900. i dont mind paying a bit more but i think $1500 is my max.

cheers

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Postby Guest » Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:54 am

Along Balestier, there are many bath accessories shops.

http://www.eguide.com.sg/Products/Bathr ... /Balestier
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Postby mrswongtuition » Wed Oct 13, 2010 2:03 pm

LOLMum wrote:
mrswongtuition wrote:What's your budget and requirements?
Cos mine's acrylic, comes in a variety of colours and really cheap.

No installation required.


hmmm, the plain simple one i saw at imm is acrylic too and i think the cost is between $700-900. i dont mind paying a bit more but i think $1500 is my max.

cheers


Mine's less than $500.

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Postby daisyt » Thu Oct 14, 2010 8:57 am

mrswongtuition wrote:What's your budget and requirements?
Cos mine's acrylic, comes in a variety of colours and really cheap.

No installation required.


No installation required? Can you share more? The brand, the look, how come no installation? How to fix it DIY? Thanks! :D

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Postby mrswongtuition » Thu Oct 14, 2010 9:15 am

daisyt wrote:
mrswongtuition wrote:What's your budget and requirements?
Cos mine's acrylic, comes in a variety of colours and really cheap.

No installation required.


No installation required? Can you share more? The brand, the look, how come no installation? How to fix it DIY? Thanks! :D


mine is a standalone. No installation needed. I don't know the brand though.

Only thing you need to do is connect the drain outlet under the tub to your floor trap.

It's actually for those homespa machine.
My mum bought the spa set for us & we bought the tub.
But we haven't install the spa yet.

My boy loves playing in the tub & I love my hot soaks :)

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Postby Hans » Fri Oct 22, 2010 11:13 am

Hi mrswongtuition,

Can I know the shape of the bathtub? I am also interested to get 1..

mrswongtuition wrote:
daisyt wrote:
mrswongtuition wrote:What's your budget and requirements?
Cos mine's acrylic, comes in a variety of colours and really cheap.

No installation required.


No installation required? Can you share more? The brand, the look, how come no installation? How to fix it DIY? Thanks! :D


mine is a standalone. No installation needed. I don't know the brand though.

Only thing you need to do is connect the drain outlet under the tub to your floor trap.

It's actually for those homespa machine.
My mum bought the spa set for us & we bought the tub.
But we haven't install the spa yet.

My boy loves playing in the tub & I love my hot soaks :)

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