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Old 02-09-2020, 05:54 PM   #1
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What the size of the bathroom on a 17B?

I was wondering how big/small the bathroom is on a 2020 17 B? (dimensions) How it compares to the bathroom on a Casita Deluxe?
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Old 02-09-2020, 06:09 PM   #2
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What year 17B? Here is a classic brochure. You can go to ETI for current layout.
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Can't find dimension on Escape web site or a good picture

I looked on the Escape web site and couldn't find the dimension, it maybe there but I didn't see them. Also, no real clear pictures of the bathroom. Just wondering how much space is there to take a shower in a 17B?
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I looked on the Escape web site and couldn't find the dimension, it maybe there but I didn't see them.
The latest round of changes to the Escape website lost functionality, so there are no longer dimensioned drawings... just the floorplan on the product page, which is probably not quite to scale. I posted links to archived versions of the better (previous) Escape website earlier, but I was not able to find them in a quick search.
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I looked on the Escape web site and couldn't find the dimension, it maybe there but I didn't see them. Also, no real clear pictures of the bathroom. Just wondering how much space is there to take a shower in a 17B?
The "old" website used to display the bathroom dimensions for each model, but I couldn't find anything on the new site either. If this helps, I have a 2018 17B, I'm 5'11" and I have to bend my head down to take a whiz or a shower in the bathroom. If no one else has an answer for you here, you can call Escape. They're very easy to talk to and helpful.
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Not much space in an older classic 17b. I sit for most of a shower.

I think a Casita with the front bath has more room.
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According to the brochure I posted, the dimensions are 37" x 67". You have to guess the rest from other specs listed.
As for bending my head to take a whiz, I'm usually looking down anyway.
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37" x 25"d x 67"h for our 2015 model. Just enough for me at 5' 9" and 164 lbs.
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I'm fine in the 17b shower but husband finds it very cramped. He's about 5'11" and around 200. Both of us use campground showers when available. The escape shower is definitely a backup for a quick spray off for us.
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I find the shower in the 19' cramped (I am 6'-2" tall) and am unable to stand upright in it. The 17B has lower headroom and is even more cramped for me. I have never attempted to shower in our 15B, but know that it is cramped!
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I was wondering how big/small the bathroom is on a 2020 17 B? (dimensions) How it compares to the bathroom on a Casita Deluxe?
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37" x 25"d x 67"h for our 2015 model. Just enough for me at 5' 9" and 164 lbs.
The Wayback Machine captured the old ETI website page from March of 2019 and it lists the 17B bath at 37"W x 25"D x 68"H. So identical to yardsale's dimensions from 2015 except an inch taller. The Casita bath is larger, but functionally I'm not sure how much more effective. It has a molded in cabinet/sink design which takes up considerable space and the corner of the bathroom is affected by the curvature of the shell at the front but at least this is around the toilet. Casita doesn't have exact measurements on their website but there definitely looks to be some more elbow room when showering in a Casita though compared to an Escape 17 if you are standing and are above the molded cabinet.
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We’ve owned a 17 ft Casita and a 21 ft Escape
Dimensionally the bathrooms are about the same size . The main difference is the orientation
The Casita vanity takes up space but gives you a dry space in the bathroom to store towels , which we found rather useful .
Being over 6 ft tall , I found both bathrooms rather cramped and limiting.
My wife thinks the bathroom in the Escape just looks bigger than the Casita , why? I don’t know .
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