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Wickes Everest Slate Porcelain Tiles - Pack of 6 - 600x300mm / Coverage 1.08m2 - £11.88 Per Pack Using Free Click & Collect @ Wickes
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Wickes Everest Slate Porcelain Tiles - Pack of 6 - 600x300mm / Coverage 1.08m2 - £11.88 Per Pack Using Free Click & Collect @ Wickes

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Not an all time low but still a great price on these. Each tile is 600x300mm, covering 1.08m2 using 6 tiles in each pack. Reviews are decent as well here.

It's free Click & collect or free delivery on £75+ spends.

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  • Size: M
  • Length: 600 mm
  • Thickness: 9.80 mm
  • Width: 300 mm
  • Weight: 23.70 kg
  • Material: Porcelain
  • Colour: Slate
  • Colour Family: Greys
  • Tone Variation: Medium
  • Finish: Matt
  • Suitable for: Indoor Inc Wet Rooms
  • Interior or Exterior Use: Interior
  • Wear Rating (P.E.I.): 3
  • Pack Quantity: 6
  • Pack Coverage: 1.08 m2
  • Sealing Required: No
  • Style: Stone Effect
  • Type: Wall & Floor Tile
  • Country Origin: Turkey
  • Brand Name: Wickes

Features & benefits
  • Suitable for installation in bathrooms, kitchens, conservatories and wetrooms
  • Replicates the look of natural stone at an affordable price
  • Hard wearing glazed porcelain that offers fantastic durability
  • Matt Finish that will brighten any area
  • Suitable for use with underfloor heating
  • Does not require sealing
  • Easy to clean but to preserve the beauty of your tiles you can use Wickes approved maintenance products
  • Tile spacers will improve the aesthetic quality of the finished surface ensuring tiles are evenly spaced and parallel
  • Wickes recommends adding 10% to your order to cover fitting breakages and repairs
  • Total pack covers 1.08m2
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Great tiles. Put them up in my bathroom last year. Just a note for potential buyers, ensure you buy packs of these with the same batch numbers. There were many reports last year on the wickes reviews saying that different batches were slightly different sizes. Batch numbers are printed on the side of the boxes. Hope this helps
trimtrab417/06/2020 16:55

How tricky is it using such big tiles to do fiddly bits in a bathroom and …How tricky is it using such big tiles to do fiddly bits in a bathroom and make it match up to full ones on the wall etc?


Grout lines etc should not be a problem - that's what spacers are for! What I do find more challenging with large format tiles are ensuring that the levels between tiles are OK - which is where these come in.

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I used some very similar to this a few weeks ago on our bathroom, but note that this was for tiles 4x larger than these at 1.2m x 0.6m each.
packard17/06/2020 17:02

Easy if you know how - amazingly messy if you don’t


That's such a helpful comment.
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Great tiles. Put them up in my bathroom last year. Just a note for potential buyers, ensure you buy packs of these with the same batch numbers. There were many reports last year on the wickes reviews saying that different batches were slightly different sizes. Batch numbers are printed on the side of the boxes. Hope this helps
I have these exact tiles in my bathroom, I think they were £14 a pack when I bought them. They're great quality, I can recommend them.
How tricky is it using such big tiles to do fiddly bits in a bathroom and make it match up to full ones on the wall etc?
trimtrab417/06/2020 16:55

How tricky is it using such big tiles to do fiddly bits in a bathroom and …How tricky is it using such big tiles to do fiddly bits in a bathroom and make it match up to full ones on the wall etc?


Easy if you know how - amazingly messy if you don’t
packard17/06/2020 17:02

Easy if you know how - amazingly messy if you don’t


That's such a helpful comment.
k4mmy17/06/2020 17:05

That's such a helpful comment.


I asked for that to be fair.
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trimtrab417/06/2020 16:55

How tricky is it using such big tiles to do fiddly bits in a bathroom and …How tricky is it using such big tiles to do fiddly bits in a bathroom and make it match up to full ones on the wall etc?


Grout lines etc should not be a problem - that's what spacers are for! What I do find more challenging with large format tiles are ensuring that the levels between tiles are OK - which is where these come in.

ebay.co.uk/i/1…BwE

I used some very similar to this a few weeks ago on our bathroom, but note that this was for tiles 4x larger than these at 1.2m x 0.6m each.
Used these on my recent rental renovation....very nice. Less than £10 psqm at the time using trade discount.
I have used these, the exact tile.....Make sure you get the same batch codes as the difference in colour could mess up your project, thankfully I don`t care, as it was for a part of the house that does not really matter to me, but if you are a perfectionist, then just get help.

Also, big tiles are a major pain in the butt, so you need a proper tile cutter and a good disc grinder, instruments of torture that I already had.

Once down, they look OK, they need some light, natural light to make them worth it, I would not buy them again, or only if my wife was suddenly found dead in a remote location.
Got these for & 9 a pack few months ago. Still aint put them uo. Smapped them up for a bathroom that should have been reay 10 years ago.
FatalSaviour17/06/2020 17:45

Grout lines etc should not be a problem - that's what spacers are for! …Grout lines etc should not be a problem - that's what spacers are for! What I do find more challenging with large format tiles are ensuring that the levels between tiles are OK - which is where these come in.https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/173803038219?chn=ps&var=472482973386&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=710-134428-41853-0&mkcid=2&itemid=472482973386_173803038219&targetid=908661474856&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=9045880&campaignid=10195651586&mkgroupid=107296210212&rlsatarget=pla-908661474856&abcId=1145987&merchantid=113633171&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI4cn8hqaJ6gIVEWHmCh0MOwnYEAQYBSABEgJn2fD_BwEI used some very similar to this a few weeks ago on our bathroom, but note that this was for tiles 4x larger than these at 1.2m x 0.6m each.


Never knew such a thing existed, I can see how useful they would be for laying floor tiles.
Edited by: "Dakota777" 17th Jun
I did click and collect on these and they were different sizes, tiler had a right nightmare with them. Looks ok now though.
these look really nice but i wonder if they make the bathroom look dark? i have white tiles at the moment so would it be too much of a contrast change?
shack117/06/2020 21:17

I did click and collect on these and they were different sizes, tiler had …I did click and collect on these and they were different sizes, tiler had a right nightmare with them. Looks ok now though.


i was just about to ask that surely if you order online they would pick the correct size boxes right?
I've done my full bathroom with these, the only way I managed to cut the tiles effectively was with an angle grinder and a diamond tip disc. I tried using a standard tile cutter and a electric cutter both these methods shattered/splintered the tiles, just be aware that these tiles are rock hard.
I added an extra 3 packs onto my measurements and ended up with 3 tiles left due to tiles breaking and wastage from cuts
Edited by: "westy90" 17th Jun
mutley117/06/2020 21:38

these look really nice but i wonder if they make the bathroom look dark? …these look really nice but i wonder if they make the bathroom look dark? i have white tiles at the moment so would it be too much of a contrast change?


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Had a lot of tiling done recently in three bathrooms. The tiler only gave one bit of advice, don’t buy tiles from diy stores as the quality and consistency is never great. He recommended going to a dedicated tile shop where often they will price match the diy stores but the tiles are much better quality and you get a more consistent finish.
purewolverine17/06/2020 16:50

Great tiles. Put them up in my bathroom last year. Just a note for …Great tiles. Put them up in my bathroom last year. Just a note for potential buyers, ensure you buy packs of these with the same batch numbers. There were many reports last year on the wickes reviews saying that different batches were slightly different sizes. Batch numbers are printed on the side of the boxes. Hope this helps


We had exactly the same problem last year. Ordered in one go, but got deliveries from two warehouses. Very frustrating.
41131695-FSAyj.jpgIn the process of using these. Great tile and it’s a descent thickness. I used the trade discount and got extra 10% off. If you know someone who has trade card worth asking them. Just get them to send a photo of their barcode. I done that and it worked fine.
bertiesdad17/06/2020 23:35

Had a lot of tiling done recently in three bathrooms. The tiler only gave …Had a lot of tiling done recently in three bathrooms. The tiler only gave one bit of advice, don’t buy tiles from diy stores as the quality and consistency is never great. He recommended going to a dedicated tile shop where often they will price match the diy stores but the tiles are much better quality and you get a more consistent finish.


I was told that, and ordered tiles double this price. When they came I did not like them. I then returned it. The tiler used these, and was well impressed with them.
These are great we got them in 2017 and still look great.
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are these rough or smooth? Do they require sealing? More real life pictures from people helps a lot thanks!
adrianr19/06/2020 09:29

These are great we got them in 2017 and still look great.


What is that holder above the sink? It looks nice, see through and glass? Got name for that product?
azual01/07/2020 17:41

What is that holder above the sink? It looks nice, see through and glass? …What is that holder above the sink? It looks nice, see through and glass? Got name for that product?


Actually very misleading. As above the sink is a tall mirrored cabinet but a reflection from a shelf at the opposite side of the bathroom where the shampoo is on
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