The Merlyn MBOX range of shower enclosures from Merlyn Showers, are smart and elegant, carefully selected to offer excellence in design, durability and affordability.
The MBOX range delivers stylish, quality products with additional features and benefits including new heights of 1900mm and comes with pre-assembled fixtures making it easier to fit.
Boasting a range of features usually only found at a much higher price point the MBOX range from Merlyn represents true value for money.
• Sizes available: 760 x 760mm | 800 x 800mm | 900 x 900mm
• Height: 1900mm
• 6mm toughened glass
• Style: Corner door enclosure
• Magnetic seals
• Easy to install
• Easy clean Mershield protected glass
• 10 year Guarantee
• Suitable for wet room application
• Suitable for shower tray application
• Quick release double rollers for easy clean
• Chrome designer handle
• Power shower approved
• 20mm Adjustment for secure and easy fixing (see below for further details)
• Optional cover strips available
• Optional 20mm extension profile
• CE Approved
Adjustments – What are they and why they help installations
Merlyn wet room enclosures allow adjustment for easy, secure fixing.
Each Merlyn product allows a generous amount of movement at each profile. The profile is the piece that fixes to the wall and as these profiles have “adjustments” shower screen can be securely fixed into position even when walls are not precisely straight or if the thickness of your choice of tiles affects the installation space for your Merlyn screen.
Pivot Door Adjustments:
760mm = 730-750mm
800mm = 770-790mm
900mm = 870-890mm
Mershield Stayclear acts as a protective coating which when applied to glass, helps the glass to remain shiny and new without the need for tiresome cleaning.
When cleaned correctly it helps prevent the build up of limescale and soap deposits making the shower glass “Easy to Clean”.
How it Works:
Mershield Stayclear coating creates a smooth layer over the surface of natural glass, lowering surface friction, making it easier for water, soap and lime deposits to run off the glass.