American Standard 2461002.020 Cambridge Apron-Front Americast Soaking Bathtub Right Hand Drain, 5 ft x 32 in, White

(8 customer reviews)


Product details

Color White
Material Americast
Brand American Standard
Item Dimensions LxWxH 46 x 24 x 70 inches
Style Right Drain
Finish Type Painted

  • Durable Americast is lighter than cast iron, easier to handle
  • Soothing 14 inch depth for soaking comfort
  • Excellent heat retention qualities keeps bath water warmer longer
  • StanSure slip-resistant textured floor surface is easy to clean
  • Durable, non-porous, glossy porcelain enamel finish is scratch resistant, easy to clean and retains luster
  • Formed steel center layer is strong and stable
  • Americast backing insulates the tub for a quieter showering experience
  • Americast backing insulates for heat retention to help keep bath water warmer longer
  • Integral apron front and integral tile flange
  • Padded carrying bars and leveling grid for easy installation


Product Description

A durable, lightweight and less costly alternative to cast iron, the Cambridge apron-front Americast soaking bathtub from American standard invites relaxation. The exclusive Americast technology incorporates a glossy enamel top layer that’s easy to clean, a steel center for strength, and a thick, insulating layer to keep water warmer for a longer, more enjoyable bath. Crafted for bathing comfort and safety, this traditional tub has a beveled headrest, contoured lumbar support and a slip-resistant floor surface.

From the Manufacturer

At American Standard, we know the value of a bathtub, used for everything from a relaxing soak to bathing your kids or washing the dog. Our bathtubs come in a wide range of sizes, shapes, configurations and depths ensuring that you can find the right tub for your needs. Beautiful design options ensure you can create the bathroom you’ve always wanted, whether it be with a drop-in tub, freestanding tub, or alcove tub.

From the manufacturer



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Additional information

Weight 161 kg
Dimensions 46 × 24 × 70 cm





American Standard

Item Dimensions LxWxH

46 x 24 x 70 inches


Right Drain

Finish Type


Installation Method




Part Number


Item Weight

161 Pounds

Product Dimensions

46 x 24 x 70 inches

Item model number



50 – 60 gal



Item Package Quantity


Included Components

Bathtub with Right Hand Drain

Batteries Included


Batteries Required


Warranty Description

Limited lifetime warranty



Date First Available

June 8 2007


American Standard

8 reviews for American Standard 2461002.020 Cambridge Apron-Front Americast Soaking Bathtub Right Hand Drain, 5 ft x 32 in, White

  1. TS

    This is the tub to buy!During my bathroom remodel, I wanted to replace an old 70s cast iron tub with something wider, deeper, safer, and more comfortable. My alcove accepts a standard 60″ tub but had a little extra room for a wider version. So this tub fit the bill. My contractor installed it as instructed in the paperwork. Tiled all the way down to the ledge.It does not rock, flex or make any noise. It feels like cast iron, but is a bit lighter. It retains heat better than my old tub. It’s just as quiet as my old tub, in fact, it’s muffled like cast iron, does not ring when tapped like other modern sheet metal tubs.The anti-slip surface (bottom only) is much safer than my old tub (which was slippery), albeit a little more tricky to wipe clean. It feels like it has a sand paper texture but is not hard on the feet. The rest of the tub is smooth as silk and wipes clean after every use with a damp towel. I’ve used it at least a dozen times now, if not more, giving it a quick wipe, with no staining or scum build up.I enjoy the extra water depth of this model. I am a mid-aged adult (ie: not skinny) and this tub allows for a relaxing, deep, soaking bath that covers the entire body. The back rest area is more rounded, smooth, and comfortable than my old tub. You can just lean back in this tub and practically fall asleep.The cons are few and far between. (1) It takes longer to fill. Duh, it holds more water than a standard tub. Make sure your hot water supply can deliver at least 30 gallons of hot water, when mixed to warm. (2) It does scratch and chip a little easier than my old cast iron tub. My contractor left two tiny marks, one is a tiny chip about the size of a pencil point, and another is a 1/2″ scratch. Possibly from dropping tools or something, barely noticeable unless I point them out. He’s not sure how it happened. Neither am I. It’s no big deal. So far they haven’t rusted. I plan to reach out to American Standard for a touch-up kit. It seems like no modern tubs are made with the same indestructible coatings as the older cast iron tubs. But it seems durable enough for everyday use. Just don’t drop tools, tile, or metal parts into the tub while installing. Don’t sit on the ledges with tools in your back pocket either, etc.Ignore many of the negative reviews about American Standard Americast. I’m happy with mine.The home delivery via Amazon was stellar. They dropped it off right at my front entry way. They even stayed while I opened and inspected the entire tub with a flashlight just in case there were shipping damages or major blemishes. Mine came in 100% good condition. The crate was not damaged at all. Note however the tub inside was a bit dirty, which made it harder to inspect after opening the crate. Have a dry cloth towel handy to wipe off dirt that may otherwise look like chips or scratches and ask them to stay while you quickly check. Refusing delivery due to damage is much easier than having to send something this large back later.Hope this review helps somebody.

  2. Lori

    You think it nice but a month laterThe fact once we started using it the paint chipped and Amazon ,would even blink an eye on how to help, they don’t stand behind the product they sell by from a company that would discount the defectivne product 846.00 for a tub the sell with potentially chipping in the future ,I would not recommend going threw Amazon , to bad I didn’t buy directly threw them American cast , they at least would discount me something

  3. Los Libros

    Great bathtub compromiseSuper happy with this tub!I had it installed by a contractor so I can’t speak to ease of installation but I didn’t hear any complaints.I originally wanted a cast iron tub because I don’t like how hollow sounding and flimsy feeling the acrylic tubs seem to be. But this is for a second floor bathroom and they were all so heavy and difficult to install.So I searched around and found really good reviews for this one. It’s heavier than acrylic but lots lighter than cast iron. But when you climb in the tub, you can’t tell. It really has a nice solid feel (and sound) to it.It’s pretty deep and angles nicely toward the drain. I’m 5’9” (with 32” length on pants) and could comfortably sit in the tub with an inch or two to spare, so I think it could accommodate a six footer comfortably.I also like the fact that the front wall isn’t super thick (think it’s called the apron; the part you have to climb over to get in). It’s less of a fall risk.

  4. Kristy

    It’s exactly what I wantedIt’s very sturdy and is very easy to clean. It really does retain the water’s heat in the tub for a long time. It’s incredibly comfortable and I take a long luxurious soak in it every day. It’s become a sanctuary on cold days. I can’t stress enough how much I love it. 10/10 would recommend.

  5. morgan

    Buyer beware if you are hoping to install tub doorsThis tub is very comfortable, but if you are hoping to install frameless sliding glass doors on your bathtub, steer clear of this one. The flat area of the threshold is about 2 inches wide, too narrow for ANY sliding tub door that I have found. All call for 2 3/4 to 3 inches. And sadly, even the so called flat area of this tub is not level. American Standard really messed up on this one. I’d call it “defective” except that all the Cambridge tubs are this way, not just mine. I could find nothing in the specs for this tub that provided this vital information. That’s remiss on their part as I don’t think most people would assume that a tub these days would manufactured without the minimum threshold necessary to accommodate sliding doors. I have done an exhaustive look at this point and I can’t find another tub besides this one that has a threshold so narrow that it won’t accommodate sliding doors.American Standard has been ZERO help. They did tell me there were a couple of doors that did fit. One it seems is not available anywhere, and the other has heavy metal all around it, like the tub doors from the 80s. No thanks. I have spent hours looking and at this point I am probably stuck with a curtain. Hopefully this saves someone else time and money.

  6. Ann

    Not a true whiteTub was supposed to be white but seems a dingy white at best. Installed and can’t remove to return. So bummed

  7. Krystal M.

    We are happy with our purchase! Family of 4I absolutely love this tub!Plenty of room to move around, shave your legs or for larger people. The tub is very deep and the back has the perfect angle for relaxing.The tub stays cold until you fill with water/ shower runs but that’s what you get with purchasing this material, which is very high quality. You’ll never have to repurchase a tub unless you just want to.This tub is great also for my mother witch is a larger woman with several types of arthritis and other physical issues. She also has plenty of room to shave and with a higher bath wall she can pull her self out easier. (It is still stAndard length and width but higher/ deeper tub.Overall, great for late middle aged adults or girls who like to soak. Plus- it’s American Standard! Great brand

  8. gracey430

    But I did and I liked the tub and the priceI’ve never thought I would buy a bathtub from Amazon. But I did and I liked the tub and the price.

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