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Products in the Close Coupled Toilets category have been rated 4.8 out of 5 based on 313 reviews.

There are 35 products on sale, ranging from £69.99 to £379.00

  • Ian Lewis

    10th of February 2015

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    Energy Close Coupled Toilet inc Soft Close Seat

    Energy Close Coupled Toilet inc Soft Close Seat

    Loo Review

    very good value for money and so easy to order.would highly recommend .

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  • Les Couldwell

    10th of February 2015

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    Vermont Close Coupled Toilet inc Soft Close Seat

    Vermont Close Coupled Toilet inc Soft Close Seat

    Well Pleased

    It is everything I hoped it would be, smaller than the one I replaced but still looks at home in my main bathroom. Simple to fit for anyone with basic diy skills. Delivery was as promised in the allotted time slot,would definitely recommend to others.

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  • Lyndsey

    10th of February 2015

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    Winchester Close Coupled Toilet inc White Seat

    Winchester Close Coupled Toilet inc White Seat

    Excellent Quality

    My plumber told me that despite this being a budget toilet it has been very well thought out and was easy to fit. I personally think the photos online do not do it justice as it is a very solid build quality and a pleasure to sit on! Looks lovely alongside the matching basin and camberley bath and fittings.

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  • Andrew Tate

    4th of February 2015

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    Energy Close Coupled Toilet inc Soft Close Seat

    Energy Close Coupled Toilet inc Soft Close Seat

    Energy Close Coupled Toilet Inc Soft Close Seat

    Excellent service and product. Delivered on time and delivery men were most helpful.

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  • John Collins

    28th of January 2015

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    Arc Close Coupled Toilet inc. Quick Release Soft Close Seat

    Arc Close Coupled Toilet inc. Quick Release Soft Close Seat

    Impressive

    Good product, solid and value for the price.

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Posted on: 24th Feb 2015

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Posted on: 2nd Dec 2014

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Buying Guides

Traditional and contemporary close coupled toilets

Our close coupled toilet ranges boast an eclectic mix of designs covering everything from the classically cool to the undeniably modern. With smooth lines and striking designs, Victoria Plumb toilets have their own unique charm which represents the signature quality of our products and is available at outstanding value for money.

Effortlessly traditional

With smooth lines and curved detailing, our traditional close coupled toilets are the perfect option. The Winchester is a firm favourite with customers who label it as first class and are drawn to the traditional up stands which are found on the back and side of the cistern.

Similarly, our Oxford close coupled toilet adds plenty of inspiration to your home and can come with either high gloss white or wooden toilet seats. Available as part of a Victorian bathroom suite from their corresponding range, both these options look stunning alongside a traditional basin and pedestal.

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