ROBINHOOD SERIES 3 SUPERTUB WITH REAR CONSOLE ST3703
Suitable for most homes, ST3703 is a standard-sized tub with a full-width storage cupboard, internal shelf and floor, and stainless steel tap. This model also includes a rear console.
- Modern overflow design
- Integrated basket waste
- Seamless stainless steel bowl
- Hidden plumbing
- Flexible water hoses for connection to wall plumbing
- Washing machine hose tap connections
- Reversible side apertures
- Powder-coated galvanised steel cabinet
- Adjustable rubber feet
- Satin white finish
- Stainless steel tap
- Full-width storage cupboard with shelf and floor
- Reversible door
- Rear console model
- Brushed stainless steel handle
- W: 560mm, D: 565mm, H: 900-920mm
- Stainless steel gooseneck tap (5 star WELS rating)
- Square brushed handle
Functional for Everyone
A Range of Styles
Frequently Asked Questions
How long will my order take
Once you place an order with us, if the item is in stock, we will dispatch any orders before 12pm same day. After 12PM the following day. Our couriers are usually overnight, however depending on the courier workload, it can take up to 5 working days.
Any Bigger items by Freight truck usually takes 1-4 working days North Island. 4-8 working days South Island.
What size waste do I need for my bath & basin?
Unless a plumber has speicified a different size,
Basin Wastes are 32MMBath wastes are 40MM
What is the difference between a 12volt and 24volt heated rail and ladders?
What is Low Voltage?
According to the Australia and New Zealand Standards – Electrical Wiring Rules AS/NZS 3000:2018 low voltage is anything "Not exceeding 12 Volts AC or 30 Volts ripple-free DC".
What does “Wet Area Suitable” mean?
Products that are “Wet Area Suitable” have a suitable IP (Ingress Protection) rating that enables them to be installed in what is classified as Zone 1 in the bathroom. See Bathroom Zones
The Australia and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 3000:2018 identifies the zones in a bathroom and the IP rating required for electrical items installed in each zone. The illustration shown here is a guide only, for full details please refer to Australia and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 3000:2018.