British bath manufacturer, Cabuchon Bathforms, has introduced a series of free downloadable guides to help specifiers and their customers to make better informed choices about baths and related systems.

The company has begun with two of its best-selling ranges: Japanese-style deep soaking tubs and bespoke hydrotherapy systems.

Deep soaking tubs

Cabuchon designed the world’s first modern deep soaking tub in 1991. Since then, numerous competitors have entered the market, and some companies have started to describe any deep bath as a deep soaking tub, regardless of its size or shape. The result has been confusion within the market about what the ‘deep soaking’ label really means.

To address this, Cabuchon has introduced a PDF-format Guide to Choosing a Deep Soaking Tub. This short guide considers a number of factors to consider before buying, such as:

  • Defining the characteristics of a true deep soaking tub
  • Size and shape
  • Seating
  • Personal fit
  • Material
  • Colour choice(s)
  • Practicality and daily use
  • Optional extras
  • Guarantees

Hydrotherapy baths

In a similar vein, the free Guide to Choosing a Hydrotherapy Bath is designed to help buyers choose a system that works for them. Two of the most important factors to consider are:

a) whether the bath has been specifically designed as a hydrotherapy bath, and
b) whether the hydrotherapy system itself has been tailored for the individual user. The accurate placement of jets is critical to their effectiveness.

The guide considers these and other factors including:

  • Defining the characteristics of a hydrotherapy bath
  • Factory-fitting
  • Dimensions
  • Targeting of jets
  • Nozzle design
  • Control systems
  • Noise
  • Hygiene and safety
  • Power
  • Compactness
  • Optional extras
  • Guarantees

Click GO TO SUPPLIER WEBSITE below for more information about these or other ranges.


British bath manufacturer, Cabuchon Bathforms, has introduced a series of free downloadable guides to help specifiers and their customers to make better informed choices about baths and related systems.

The company has begun with two of its best-selling ranges: Japanese-style deep soaking tubs and bespoke hydrotherapy systems.

Deep soaking tubs

Cabuchon designed the world’s first modern deep soaking tub in 1991. Since then, numerous competitors have entered the market, and some companies have started to describe any deep bath as a deep soaking tub, regardless of its size or shape. The result has been confusion within the market about what the ‘deep soaking’ label really means.

To address this, Cabuchon has introduced a PDF-format Guide to Choosing a Deep Soaking Tub. This short guide considers a number of factors to consider before buying, such as:

  • Defining the characteristics of a true deep soaking tub
  • Size and shape
  • Seating
  • Personal fit
  • Material
  • Colour choice(s)
  • Practicality and daily use
  • Optional extras
  • Guarantees

Hydrotherapy baths

In a similar vein, the free Guide to Choosing a Hydrotherapy Bath is designed to help buyers choose a system that works for them. Two of the most important factors to consider are:

a) whether the bath has been specifically designed as a hydrotherapy bath, and
b) whether the hydrotherapy system itself has been tailored for the individual user. The accurate placement of jets is critical to their effectiveness.

The guide considers these and other factors including:

  • Defining the characteristics of a hydrotherapy bath
  • Factory-fitting
  • Dimensions
  • Targeting of jets
  • Nozzle design
  • Control systems
  • Noise
  • Hygiene and safety
  • Power
  • Compactness
  • Optional extras
  • Guarantees

Click GO TO SUPPLIER WEBSITE below for more information about these or other ranges.


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