The Mirage tub door delivers a unique design and the look of custom glass at an unbelievable value. Most sliding shower doors require substantial aluminum framing, but the Mirage uses innovative hardware to provide the space-saving benefits of a sliding door without compromising the beauty of a completely frameless glass design. Available at AppliancesConnection
Features: 56 - 60 in. W x 58 in. H
3/8 in. (10 mm) thick clear tempered glass
Chrome hardware finish
Frameless glass design
Width installation adjustability: 56 - 60 in.
No out-of-plumb adjustment
One sliding panel with two stationary panels
Stationary glass panel with two glass shelves
Aluminum bottom guide rail may be shortened by cutting up to 4 in.
Door walk-in: 18 - 22 in.
Two stationary panels: 25 1/4 in. and 8 in.
Reversible for right or left door opening installation
Material: Tempered Glass, Aluminum, Brass
Tempered glass ANSI certified Finished walls required for measurement and installation
Limited lifetime manufacturer warranty
Professional installation recommended
SHDR-19605810-01 Mirage 56 to 60 Frameless Sliding Tub Door, Clear 3/8 Glass Door, Chrome Finish is rated
Rated 5 out of
Top rate product
Excellent product and first rate customer support. I only have one complaint, the Dream Line installation manual needs a little more work, but thanks to a friendly and knowledgable customer support staff I was able to complete the installation in a few hours.
The shower door looks better than a professionally installed product and makes a huge difference in our upgraded bathroom.
This product truly ranks a 5 star rating and I would sincerely recommend this item.
Date published: 2016-11-05
Rated 1 out of
Poor Engineering Design
Must admit that this shower door is heavy duty construction. However, the brush nickel finish does rust a little after a year or so. Very difficult to clean especially between the two doors where they overlap and down where the roller, door and bottom rail meets. But the kicker here is the roller and bottom rail design. The door is extremely heavy and so the rollers will wear out after a year. Now get this. The rollers cannot be removed from the bottom rail without totally dismantling the entire door system. If you don't believe, call their technical support just to inquire. So, if the stationary wall panel is silicone in place that has to be cut away as well as the silicone used to seal down the bottom rail. This is bordering on ridiculous. If you cannot replace the rollers yourself, it's like paying for an installation all over again each time the rollers go bad. Didn't realized this when my door was installed. Realized when they sent me new rollers under the warranty and had to devise a way to replace them. Because these issues, I would not recommend anyone buying the model door. Stay away.
Date published: 2016-04-24