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Old 04-03-2015, 07:54 PM   #11
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Why a small tub, 1. its not much larger than most small corner showers. 2, contains a splashing 3 year old...3, major conservation of water...Grandson gets his bath, rinse, Nana gets in wash and rinse, Pop gets the last turn and use less than 5 gallons of water. I realize that's not a problem if your at a full hookup site, but we are limited by tank size. Our BIL has a 5er with a similar shower as Mark...its about bigger than our whole bathroom....

we did it that way when we had the class C,but we went one step further and saved the water for the next 3 days coffee!
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Old 04-03-2015, 10:45 PM   #12
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In our S&B, we have two bathrooms, both with tub/shower combinations. I doubt we've used the tubs more than a half-dozen times in the 18 years we've lived here. A total waste of floor space! I've broken a toe climbing into one of them!
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We traded our 2010 Starcraft 21rbss which has a tub for the 23ikss. The tub was great when the 2 DD's were very young. Now they are pre-teens and its nice not to nearly bump your head on the ceiling when taking a shower.
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This is one reason we got the 21dk. Not really planning to use it as a tub but definitely more shower room than the corner units.


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Old 04-04-2015, 11:37 AM   #15
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FYI the roo 21DK has a tub!!!!!
... and we make use of it, though not to sit down and bathe. It would easily fit children and would be reasonably comfortable for smaller adults. It does not consume too much space, in my opinion.

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Old 04-05-2015, 10:23 AM   #16
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FYI the roo 21DK has a tub!!!!!
LOL....got a deposit on one...LOVE IT
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My Roo 21BH had a tub. Made for nice storage and gave the little one a bath once or twice. My new 183 has just the corner shower.
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Old 04-05-2015, 12:05 PM   #18
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we went one step further and saved the water for the next 3 days coffee!
Wouldn't have been better to have gotten a NASA urine/water reclamation unit....
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Our current Antiqua has one, and the Grandson will use it at home because he "HIS" tub.... 3/4 of our stays are at state parks and use there shower, but GS is just easier in the tub. Realize he will grow out of it, but there is always the chance of more.
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Our current Antiqua has one, and the Grandson will use it at home because he "HIS" tub.... 3/4 of our stays are at state parks and use there shower, but GS is just easier in the tub. Realize he will grow out of it, but there is always the chance of more.
You can count on that we have 10 ranging from 1 to 18 and I'm just waiting for the year someone says Great grand child holy crap 53 is too young for this. Have fun and enjoy your time with your grand child.
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