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Close Coupled Toilet for £35 @ Homebase - reserve & collect or +£10 delivery
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Close Coupled Toilet for £35 @ Homebase - reserve & collect or +£10 delivery

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Posted 27th Jan

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An affordable close coupled toilet that's perfect for any bathroom. The toilet suite includes pan, cistern, WRAS approved valves and a dual flush 4/6l system.

  • Vitreous china pan & cistern
  • Dual Flush 4/6l
  • WRAS approved valves
  • Includes Floor Fixing Kit

Available in-store / Free click and collect

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Bidet as it may, I have nothing to go on so this deal is hot.
Flushing deal
Is a close coupled toilet when you take a dump while she's in the shower?
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Flushing deal
Bidet as it may, I have nothing to go on so this deal is hot.
"Includes Floor Fixing Kit"

So, is that, like, four screws or something?
Thanks op. Great timing, looking at budget loo’s last week and was going to get this one at the weekend for £50. Glad I pondered now
Mr.Nutts27/01/2020 11:42

We're going to clog the deal if we don't stop.


Admin will wipe it off!!!
Bog standard deal!
maybe a stupid question, but are cheap toilets just as good as the expensive ones?
Is a close coupled toilet when you take a dump while she's in the shower?
Something to go on
sancheez27/01/2020 11:18

"Includes Floor Fixing Kit"So, is that, like, four screws or something? …"Includes Floor Fixing Kit"So, is that, like, four screws or something?


No....if you look at the picture and the schematic on the website, this toilet only has two floor fixings
Explosive deal
Make sure the toilet seat is not too short.
sancheez27/01/2020 11:18

"Includes Floor Fixing Kit"So, is that, like, four screws or something? …"Includes Floor Fixing Kit"So, is that, like, four screws or something?



Probably two actually.
I think I'll wait for a BOGOF deal on these!! 😁
Vitreous China, do they have any UK versions :/ 😜
Smashed mine fitting it after losing my temper with the floor fixing
Did you hear about the constipated accountant?
He couldn't budget.
Edited by: "John_Atkin" 4th Feb
ah didnt need one but couldnt resist buying a couple
John_Atkin04/02/2020 07:43

Did you hear about the constipated accountant?He couldn't budget.


Until he managed to work it out with a pencil......
mutley127/01/2020 17:09

maybe a stupid question, but are cheap toilets just as good as the …maybe a stupid question, but are cheap toilets just as good as the expensive ones?


Not really. More expensive ones are definitely built better - I've bought cheap ones that were cracked even before installing. The quality control can be lacking with cheap ones but obviously not all are going to be bad. The flushing force and mechanisms tends to be better on more expensive ones and some come with newer features such as being rimless.

That said I've had both cheap and expensive and if you get a cheap one, change the rubbish toilet seat they come with they will last for many years... Just don't expect the same build quality
Cheap sh*t

Voted hot
mutley127/01/2020 17:09

maybe a stupid question, but are cheap toilets just as good as the …maybe a stupid question, but are cheap toilets just as good as the expensive ones?


If genuine I’ll offer a perspective: no. We have This one downstairs and it’s good for no.1 only: where upstairs are like airplane bogs and suck all matter away. This one has low flow resulting in a pond like experience with the lightest poo.. should be accessorised with a metal coat hanger.... and plunger
Edited by: "ra11" 4th Feb
There are various Toilet available on their website, £130, £ 40, £30. It is not the one which was shown £130 and reduced to £30 on their website. If £30 is RRP I wonder why it is getting hot. ??
Edited by: "pantaiema" 4th Feb
mutley127/01/2020 17:09

maybe a stupid question, but are cheap toilets just as good as the …maybe a stupid question, but are cheap toilets just as good as the expensive ones?


It's like anything really, there's a price point where you reach a ceiling. The cheapest toilets are very poor, probably including this one. They work ok but the flush is often not well designed and the quality control is poor. This is often the case around the outlet where the glaze is either poor or non existent which means pan connectors rarely seal properly on the cheapest toilets.
Having said that you don't need to spend loads to get a good toilet. The ideal standard Della toilet is about £100 from Screwfix and is hands down the best value close coupled toilet you can buy - as good as anything else, even those costing £500+.
only £35 ?! Urine the money with this deal
nitro22804/02/2020 09:00

It's like anything really, there's a price point where you reach a …It's like anything really, there's a price point where you reach a ceiling. The cheapest toilets are very poor, probably including this one. They work ok but the flush is often not well designed and the quality control is poor. This is often the case around the outlet where the glaze is either poor or non existent which means pan connectors rarely seal properly on the cheapest toilets. Having said that you don't need to spend loads to get a good toilet. The ideal standard Della toilet is about £100 from Screwfix and is hands down the best value close coupled toilet you can buy - as good as anything else, even those costing £500+.


we have expensive ones at home and cheap ones at a rental property. the cheap ones don't look very nice but the ones we have at home look much better. i was wondering if i am just imagining the difference in how they look but i can't be as we didn't buy the ones we have at home, they were already there when we bought the house.

the ones installed at the rental property were bought by our builder and we know it was cheap as we had a budget. the push flush on the cheap toilet often breaks and you can tell that it is cheap when you push the button. the ones at home feel more solid when you press the button. so in conclusion from reading the comments, i do think it is better to buy a decent toilet rather than a cheap one if you don't have a budget, and that they are expensive for a reason.
mutley104/02/2020 12:31

we have expensive ones at home and cheap ones at a rental property. the …we have expensive ones at home and cheap ones at a rental property. the cheap ones don't look very nice but the ones we have at home look much better. i was wondering if i am just imagining the difference in how they look but i can't be as we didn't buy the ones we have at home, they were already there when we bought the house. the ones installed at the rental property were bought by our builder and we know it was cheap as we had a budget. the push flush on the cheap toilet often breaks and you can tell that it is cheap when you push the button. the ones at home feel more solid when you press the button. so in conclusion from reading the comments, i do think it is better to buy a decent toilet rather than a cheap one if you don't have a budget, and that they are expensive for a reason.


Other thing is to cost of installing it, if you buy the cheap one.
Thanks OP, just what I needed. Gonna Poop over to Homebase and collect now .
I think this may be a simpler option to install this instead of trying to manhandle the flush unit off my current loo to fix a leak it's got (and its getting progressively worse.....)
Just be careful with these cheap toilets. I haven’t used this exact model but my experience with cheaper toilets is that I block them quite easily as the waste pipe is small and flush not powerful enough. I end up having to wrap my hand in toilet paper and punch the faeces down the pipe. Much better to spend a bit more and get a loo with powerful flush and wide pipe otherwise you end up spending the difference on handwash anyway.
mutley104/02/2020 12:31

we have expensive ones at home and cheap ones at a rental property. the …we have expensive ones at home and cheap ones at a rental property. the cheap ones don't look very nice but the ones we have at home look much better. i was wondering if i am just imagining the difference in how they look but i can't be as we didn't buy the ones we have at home, they were already there when we bought the house. the ones installed at the rental property were bought by our builder and we know it was cheap as we had a budget. the push flush on the cheap toilet often breaks and you can tell that it is cheap when you push the button. the ones at home feel more solid when you press the button. so in conclusion from reading the comments, i do think it is better to buy a decent toilet rather than a cheap one if you don't have a budget, and that they are expensive for a reason.


Yes, the cheap ones like the ones in this deal are not good. Cheap components, poorly glazed etc. The model I mentioned (ideal standard Della) is at the cheaper end but it is very high quality for the price. It looks good, is well made, flushes very well. The fill valve and siphon are good quality too and it comes with a soft close seat. For the price it’s brilliant and as I said you will not find better for under £500.
I wouldn’t go near the one in this deal.
Could fitting a Dudley turbo 88 or similar improve the flush on these or would it be too big?
Nice deal, I had to replace one last month for £100 from ebay. The price difference is the base of the wc, this is one well flushed, it does not dip in like the old version, so it is looks ugly.
As for the internal flushing, there are all the same quality, basic, unless you go for a £300+ wc, as advised by the plumber.
Looks pretty bog standard but then it is £35.
Edited by: "supermann" 5th Feb
Good deal. Very comfortable. I tried it out instore, but the grumpy staff threw me out before I could complete the purchase.
This really takes the p1ss
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