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Products in the Close Coupled Toilets category have been rated 4.8 out of 5 based on 288 reviews.

There are 43 products on sale, ranging from £69.99 to £399.00

  • David Cobb

    29th of July 2014

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    Vermont Close Coupled Toilet inc Soft Close Seat

    Vermont Close Coupled Toilet inc Soft Close Seat

    Good Product, Easy To Assemble

    Receive goods on time, but no installation instructions. Easy to put together and quality looks excellent. Customer Services were really helpful. Suggestion: Add Installation instructions to web-site.

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  • Rob Bowker

    26th of June 2014

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    Winchester Close Coupled Toilet inc White Seat

    Winchester Close Coupled Toilet inc White Seat

    Winchester Toilet

    Good quality and value for money. Only criticism is the lever handle looks a bit cheap. Apart from that a solid looking traditional loo. Very good experience re ordering online plus delivery.

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  • John Mills

    26th of June 2014

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    Energy Close Coupled Toilet inc Soft Close Seat

    Energy Close Coupled Toilet inc Soft Close Seat

    Loo

    Excellent product, price and service- thanks

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  • Peter Bradbury

    24th of June 2014

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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

    It looked so neat and tidy when it was installed, and not too small to use as I first thought. The cistern came ready assembled (despite this an installation sheet came with it) and in operation, it is quite and speedy to refill. The self close seat/lid was the fastest I have ever installed and that in itself is well worth praise. The lid is a bit thin and I wouldn't recommend standing on it, therefore only 4 stars for product quality. Overall well pleased.

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  • Michele Codd

    19th of June 2014

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    Sorrento Close Coupled Toilet exc Seat

    Sorrento Close Coupled Toilet exc Seat

    New Loo

    My builder reckoned this loo was a bit tricky to put together before installing it, but it's now in a small downstairs cloakroom, and is neat, modern and in keeping with the style of the rest of the room. Good value for money, was delivered on time, and looks pretty smart too.

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Cold Comfort: The Toilet Seat Dilemma

Posted on: 15th Nov 2013

Without wanting to go into too much detail (or any detail for that matter) we all spend a significant portion of our life on the toilet. While this may not seem like big news there is one hurdle which we must all overcome – the choice of toilet seat. Style and Comfort There are two main considerations when choosing a toilet seat. The first is style and the second is comfort. The seat has to work well with the style of the room. It has to fit, in a design sense, and work aesthetically. Go for an oak toilet seat in a modern minimalist bathroom and it will look out of place. The reverse is also true. A minimalist seat in a country style bathroom will look odd so you need to try and match the style of your seat to the rest of the room. Bold or Subtle? The toilet seat can also either be a design statement or it can be something that simply nestles with the rest of the features

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Why do we say “Going to the Loo”?

Posted on: 6th Sep 2013

If you were in America and asked where the loo was, the chances are that you would be met with a funny, puzzled look. If you asked where the toilet was, you would be met with a slightly more disapproving look. The thing is that we all have different ways of asking about the conveniences. In America they refer to the toilet as the bathroom. To actually use the word toilet is considered slightly bad form. That begs the question, however, where did the word loo come from and why is it so particular to us Brits? “Watch out for the Water!” There are several theories about the origin of this strange word for the toilet that we use in Britain. The most commonly cited reason for our use of the word loo is that it comes from the cry of "gardyloo!". This in turn comes from the French term regardez l’eau, which translates literally as "watch out for the water". Servants would have shouted this in medieval times when they were emptying chamber pots into the street. This was frequently done from the upstairs windows of buildings, so it was certainly very good advice

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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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