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One piece Eco Toilet to go £89.99 Wickes

£89.99 @ Wickes
Well reviewed complete toilet in a box. Was £149.99 Read More
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Well reviewed complete toilet in a box. Was £149.99
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5 Likes #1
I feel a bit flushed after seeing this !!
5 Likes #2
There's nothing Eco-Friendly in that bowl when I flush... oO
5 Likes #3
* Waste not included, available separately

I'd like to think so too!
17 Likes #4
One reviewer said the flush wasn't up to much. If you're one of these people that unload those large, dense king Richards that normally require multi flushes to shift, then you may need to think again or keep a stick handy to try and break it up.
3 Likes #5
zx636r
One reviewer said the flush wasn't up to much. If you're one of these people that unload those large, dense king Richards that normally require multi flushes to shift, then you may need to think again or keep a stick handy to try and break it up.

Good morning to you too X)
#6
heat for the comments ;)
#7
I have one of these from Bathstore a few years ago. Toilet itself is great, water saver and dual flush. Problems begin when you want a replacement toilet seat, paid Bathstore £50 and its such a bad fit, apparently the toilet sizes change over time.
1 Like #8
cheaper option buy a shovel dig a hole in back garden hey presto real eco toilet :p
1 Like #9
zx636r
One reviewer said the flush wasn't up to much. If you're one of these people that unload those large, dense king Richards that normally require multi flushes to shift, then you may need to think again or keep a stick handy to try and break it up.

A load of CR4P then?
#10
is this a back to wall toilet, hard to tell from pics
2 Likes #11
deanos
is this a back to wall toilet, hard to tell from pics


Guess it depends how long you've been holding it in! :-)
2 Likes #12
googley2
I have one of these from Bathstore a few years ago. Toilet itself is great, water saver and dual flush. Problems begin when you want a replacement toilet seat, paid Bathstore £50 and its such a bad fit, apparently the toilet sizes change over time.


Cos womens rear ends are getting larger.
:|
#13
Make a lovely stand for the tree this year
1 Like #14
I have one of these. They're great. No issues with the flush from my experience.
#15
Toilet to go, hardly going to keep it for decoration!
#16
Got 2 as Christmas gifts!
2 Likes #17
zx636r
One reviewer said the flush wasn't up to much. If you're one of these people that unload those large, dense king Richards that normally require multi flushes to shift, then you may need to think again or keep a stick handy to try and break it up.


I use my good ladies curling tongs to chop over large jobbies as the clamping action is nice and firm but you're right of course, a stick or a bread knife is a great stand-by.
1 Like #18
The picture is a bit small and does not give you much to go on.
#19
heat, for the laughs I had this morning
1 Like #20
Wife's present sorted then!!
1 Like #21
crank_girl
I have one of these. They're great. No issues with the flush from my experience.
Nuggets and raisins not boulders then ;)
#22
googley2
I have one of these from Bathstore a few years ago. Toilet itself is great, water saver and dual flush. Problems begin when you want a replacement toilet seat, paid Bathstore £50 and its such a bad fit, apparently the toilet sizes change over time.


good point
1 Like #23
ristac
crank_girl
I have one of these. They're great. No issues with the flush from my experience.
Nuggets and raisins not boulders then ;)

Not at all. I take enough opiates to fell an elephant so those visits to the bathroom are few and far between. ;)
1 Like #24
Very good product and easy to fix.Because one piece so no wobbles and no rusty fixings to attach if it was two separate units.
#25
and dont price the replacement toilet seats £40 I was totally shocked.
1 Like #26
.....and now for yet more toilet humour......coz i found cheaper one....

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#27
"How would you like your toilet Sir?"

"To go please."
#28
got one for our cloak room.

It comes a with a very decent removable soft close seat, these are not cheap.

Flush is efficient for the amount of water uses, can deal with most logs and excess paper users.

One piece makes for easy cleaning.
1 Like #29
Can you try before you buy?
#30
I just bought a 'close coupled, dual flush' toilet in Homebase for £50 and similar in B&Q are £49. They all do the same thing!

Edited By: Besford on Dec 08, 2016 10:55
#31
That's a relief, been looking for one of these.
1 Like #32
Good find! Thanks op!!
1 Like #33
Looks a bit . . bog standard to me
#34
watfordshire
Very good product and easy to fix.Because one piece so no wobbles and no rusty fixings to attach if it was two separate units.


Just removing the old loo at the moment and all the screws and bolts are rusted up!
1 Like #35
deanos
is this a back to wall toilet, hard to tell from pics


Yes it's a 'normal' toilet, except its one piece, so no join between the cistern and the pan (much easier to install). The cistern is quite small which makes it look a bit odd in pictures, but it looks fine in real life. Will usually be facing away from it anyway
#36
zx636r
One reviewer said the flush wasn't up to much. If you're one of these people that unload those large, dense king Richards that normally require multi flushes to shift, then you may need to think again or keep a stick handy to try and break it up.


Other reviewers seemed quite happy though. I'll let you know my thoughts when it's in and working. One thing I will say is that it looks like quite a steep drop into the bottom of the pan, so I can imagine the water is moving fairly quickly by the time it hits anything!
#37
zx636r
googley2
I have one of these from Bathstore a few years ago. Toilet itself is great, water saver and dual flush. Problems begin when you want a replacement toilet seat, paid Bathstore £50 and its such a bad fit, apparently the toilet sizes change over time.
Cos womens rear ends are getting larger.:|
No - they then make the toilet seats smaller so they dont even fit the toilet they made.
#38
hardstylemw
"How would you like your toilet Sir?"

"To go please."


Eat in please!

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