Portland Toilet w/toilet pan, push button cistern and toilet seat with fixings for £46.29 @ Wickes
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Portland Toilet w/toilet pan, push button cistern and toilet seat with fixings for £46.29 @ Wickes

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Found 30th Aug 2017





The clean and simple styling of the close coupled Portland toilet is

perfect for any bathroom setting. It comes complete with a toilet pan,

push button cistern and toilet seat as well as the fixings. The

pre-fitted cistern is ideal for a quick and easy installation.



  • Includes toilet pan, push button cistern and toilet seat with fixings
  • Eco friendly water saving dual flush cistern which gives you the

    option of a six litre large flush or a more eco friendly 4 litre small

    flush
  • CE certified complying to essential health, safety and environmental protection legislation
  • Cistern size is (H) 390 x (W) 320 x (D) 180mm
  • Toilet pan size is (H) 400 x (W) 350 x (D) 660mm
  • Toilet pan connector available separately




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paulpso21 m ago

Baby sized sistern, crap for crap.

Yep, this would never flush away the wife's monsters.
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Baby sized sistern, crap for crap.
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paulpso21 m ago

Baby sized sistern, crap for crap.

Yep, this would never flush away the wife's monsters.
This deal stinks
I have this toilet. Bought it a couple of months back. It is slightly, ever so slightly smaller than standard size. You don't really notice. Looks better in a downstairs washroom. Big poos still flush.
My wife paid more than that for a toilet seat...idiot!
Poo sticks to this toilet like glue. Bought one as a temporary one a while ago.
doe17 m ago

Poo sticks to this toilet like glue. Bought one as a temporary one a while …Poo sticks to this toilet like glue. Bought one as a temporary one a while ago.



doe17 m ago

Poo sticks to this toilet like glue. Bought one as a temporary one a while …Poo sticks to this toilet like glue. Bought one as a temporary one a while ago.


maybe lay off the evo-stick?
doe33 m ago

Poo sticks to this toilet like glue. Bought one as a temporary one a while …Poo sticks to this toilet like glue. Bought one as a temporary one a while ago.


Dont you mean "Like s**t to a blanket"?
Edited by: "DrTerror" 30th Aug 2017
Would have been cheaper and easier for me to buy this the other day. Four flush valves later I finally got one that fit in my cistern and allowed me to put the lid on flat. First had a bulky button and 3mm too tall, 2nd one the button was better but the valve was bigger that the first. Third wasn't one that would fit to a standard base, would have fit but didn't want to undo cistern from toilet and try getting it to seal again.
Fourth one...success. At least this cistern is more than 300mm tall so probably any valve will fit.
Good toilet. Had one for about 3 years and it works well. Only thing gone wrong is the water inlet valve which doesn't close properly and lets some water into over flow sometimes. Could be due to timescale. Flushes well looks ok for price and more than anything it flushes water all around so it all gets flushed away.
Great deal for those who are not flush with money...
chimp14uk10 h, 23 m ago

Yep, this would never flush away the wife's monsters.


Well, her fault for liking the kinky stuff.
These loos are tiny. Especially if you were born with dangly bits.
I fitted a toilet similar to this as a replacement for our ground floor cloaks. Ever since when anybody flushes it or uses the tap in the kitchen I get an air bang in the pipes under the floorboards....any ideas, do I need an air release valve in the cloaks wc pipework?
I'll never fit one of these smaller loos again-to put it politely you need the loo brush after every use!
18th century toilet.

Get a no touch flush toilet, we are in the 21st century you peasants!
Edited by: "Picard123" 31st Aug 2017
No brush, no deal
Wowhats8 h, 39 m ago

I fitted a toilet similar to this as a replacement for our ground floor …I fitted a toilet similar to this as a replacement for our ground floor cloaks. Ever since when anybody flushes it or uses the tap in the kitchen I get an air bang in the pipes under the floorboards....any ideas, do I need an air release valve in the cloaks wc pipework?

Look up a "water hammer arrestor"
Got one of these, the tank is really thin and it sweats A LOT (condensation), always created a puddle of water on the floor. Fixed this by insulating the inside with two layers of a thin gym/sleeping mat from Tesco glued down with silicone.
Amin2284 h, 31 m ago

Look up a "water hammer arrestor"



Thanks Amin228 for your tip, I see on the Screwfix website a customer has left a comment about it being fixed with a water hammer arrestor and he had the exact same problem with a new toilet as well. Time to get down Screwfix and finally get some peace and quiet!
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