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Standard ground shipping transit time is 5-7 business days.
Free Freight Shipping on Orders Over $1500
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A tradition from days gone by has been updated with today’s modern technologies. Ease into the classic beauty of the Era line of freestanding baths. The Era Slipper with Edwardian claw feet is the ultimate showpiece for any bathroom. The Victorian style demands attention with the high back allowing you to recline and relax. Built using Jacuzzi’s latest in acrylic/fiberglass hybrids, the Era line of tubs resemble the cast iron relics of the past without the risk of chipped enamel. In fact, Jacuzzi Era tubs are so durable they are protected under a lifetime warranty. Available in slipper and double-sided models and 60” and 69” models, the Era is more versatile than its design would initially suggest.
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