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Cortega 1700 with Glass Door

  • Double Ended Bath
  • Sleek and Simple Lines
  • Stylish Toughened Glass Door
  • Stainless Steel Finish
  • Modern Alternative
  • Options of L/H or R/H door available
  • Anti slip Surface
  • End Panel Included



A new concept of Walk In Bath, with its sleek and simple lines, the Cortega Double-Ended shower Bath ensures easy bathing for those with restricted mobility, without needing to climb in and out of the bath.

The Cortega Walk In Bath features toughened glass, an inward opening door and is finished with polished stainless-steel elements to compliment the overall look of your bathroom, it is designed to replace a standard bath and to allow all family members use of the bath. The low threshold step is the key to peace of mind.

Lets have a look at why this walk in shower bath is called “Cortega”:

The name Cortega has a rich historical significance and cultural context, which can be traced back to the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire. Hernán Cortéga, the Spanish conquistador, played a significant role in the conquest and the subsequent colonization of Mexico. The surname Cortega is derived from the Spanish word “cortega,” which translates to bark or rind. It is believed that this surname originated as a nickname for someone who had a tough or rough exterior, much like the bark of a tree.

When it comes to a long shower bath, the name Cortega can be interpreted in various ways. The term Cortega would signify strength, resilience, and durability, much like the bark of a tree. A walk-in bath is designed to provide a safe and secure bathing experience for individuals with limited mobility, and it needs to be sturdy enough to withstand frequent use. A gel coat bath, which is known for its smooth and durable finish, could be seen as embodying the qualities associated with the name Cortega.

Moreover, the name Cortega could also suggest a sense of adventure and exploration, as it is associated with the Spanish conquest of the Americas. A mobility bath designed for disabled or elderly individuals may allow them to embark on a new journey of independence and freedom, enabling them to enjoy a relaxing and comfortable bathing experience without worrying about slips, trips, or falls.

In conclusion, the name Cortega has historical significance and a meaning that can be interpreted in various ways. In the context of a walk-in bath, the name Cortega would represent strength, resilience, and durability, as well as a sense of adventure and exploration. Ultimately, a walk-in bath is designed to provide comfort, safety, and independence, and the name Cortega can serve as a fitting symbol for these qualities.

The bath is fitted with 2 clicker drains which activate a fast drain situation, meaning you will be out in no time. If you prefer plug and chain wastes just let us know and we will make the arrangements without any extra cost.

Crafted by UK experts the finish is superb and backed by our guarantee. Please call or email to find out more.

Prices are plus VAT, however in the majority of cases the buyer would not need to pay VAT, and you do not need to be registered disabled or have a note from the doctor. Why not give our friendly team a call to confirm? We pride ourselves on being knowledgeable and reliable.

Self-Healing Light Therapy

Light up your Cortega disabled bath with underwater lights! Each color corresponds to a vibration with its individual speed, wavelength, or rhythm. It creates the most soothing bath experience. Practiced since ancient times, chromatherapy engages with the energy centers throughout your body. The colors activate and rebalance your energy system.

Chromatherapy, also known as color therapy, is a form of alternative medicine that utilizes the power of colors to heal and balance the body and mind. In recent years, chromatherapy has gained popularity as a complementary therapy for a variety of health issues, including anxiety, depression, and chronic pain. Chromatherapy is now being incorporated into walk-in baths, disabled baths, and easy access baths to provide additional therapeutic benefits.

One of the primary benefits of chromatherapy in a bath is its ability to promote relaxation and reduce stress. The use of warm colors, such as red and orange, can help stimulate the production of endorphins, which are natural painkillers that promote feelings of well-being and happiness. In contrast, cool colors, such as blue and green, can have a calming effect and promote relaxation. This can be particularly beneficial for disabled and elderly individuals who may have difficulty relaxing and may experience chronic pain and anxiety.

Another benefit of chromatherapy in a walk-in bath is its potential to improve mood and energy levels. The use of bright colors, such as yellow and pink, can help stimulate the nervous system and promote feelings of positivity and energy. This can be especially helpful for individuals with mobility issues who may experience low energy levels and feelings of fatigue.

Chromatherapy can also be used to target specific health issues. For example, the color blue has been shown to reduce inflammation and swelling, which can be beneficial for individuals with arthritis or other inflammatory conditions. Green has been shown to have a calming effect on the nervous system, which can be helpful for individuals with anxiety or insomnia.

Overall, incorporating chromatherapy into a bath can provide numerous benefits for individuals with various health issues. By utilizing the power of colors, individuals can experience relaxation, improved mood and energy levels, and targeted relief for specific health issues.

Physical Relaxation

Experience the soothing benefit of soft, warm, air massage in your Cortega disabled bath. The bubbles on your skin are one of the most rejuvenating treatments. Warm air enters the bathtub through tiny jets, creating a gentle flow of soft bubbles. This provides a massaging effect to help your joints and muscles to relax. The hydrotherapy system self-purges after every use keeping its pipes clean and safe.

Once you’ve tried a hydrotherapy spa bath, you’ll never want an ordinary bath again!


Length: 1698mm (66.75in)

Width: 750mm (29.5in)

Height: 550mm (21.5in)

Wall-to-door opening: 659mm

Door width: 380mm (14.96in)

Step Height: 160mm (6.25in)

Capacity: 200ltr

Supplied undrilled for taps

Warranty: Bath 6 years; door seal lifetime; spa and/or lights 1 year

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