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Products in the Toilet Seats category have been rated 4.8 out of 5 based on 44 reviews.

There are 7 products on sale, ranging from £11.99 to £39.99

  • Nigel Gaen

    28th of June 2014

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    White Wooden Toilet Seat

    White Wooden Toilet Seat

    Great Seat!

    When we installed a new toilet suite 4 years ago, we had a small toilet and seat due to space requirements. It was a plastic seat and it broke this year. Looking online I found a small wooden toilet seat from Victoria Plumb which fitted perfectly. I wish we'd done this 4 years ago. The new seat is excellent. Thank you!

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  • Tom Forge

    13th of June 2014

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    Oak Wooden Toilet Seat

    Oak Wooden Toilet Seat

    Good Quality - Good Support.

    Bought as it has 5x proper feet under the seat, so there is less stress on the hinge, which always break with the DIY chain ones as they usually only have 2. Had this for a month - seems to be great.

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  • Mary Jordan

    6th of June 2014

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    Deluxe 105 Thermoset Anti Scratch Soft Close Toilet Seat

    Deluxe 105 Thermoset Anti Scratch Soft Close Toilet Seat

    Excellant Service

    The first toilet seat I ordered was damaged but usable. When I rang to explain I was asked if I could use it till the replacement arrived which was great as we had removed the old one & the chip on the seat was barely visible . The only downside is we don't seem able to tighten the seat enough to stop a certain amount of movement. As the toilet is quite old & a different shape from up to date styles We think that May account for this Overall Excellant service ,good product.

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  • NEIL EVANS

    2nd of June 2014

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    Standard 104 Thermoplastic Soft Close Toilet Seat

    Standard 104 Thermoplastic Soft Close Toilet Seat

    Excelent Service , Delivered On Time

    Also 25 % cheaper than elsewhere and better quality

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  • Garry Clayton

    28th of May 2014

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    Standard 105 Thermoplastic Soft Close Toilet Seat

    Standard 105 Thermoplastic Soft Close Toilet Seat

    Soft Close Toilet Seat

    Excellent toilet seat ordered for the soft close addition. The toilet seat is great and the mechanism that lowers the seat works superbly - super smooth. Very handy for a 3 year old as they do have a tendency to slam things down without thinking. Extremely easy to install and took just 5 minutes. I also like the fact that it has no metallic parts that can rust. The seat is very sturdy and looks fabulous. Would definitely order again with Victoria Plumb and the delivery time was short and the package arrived on time. 5 stars!

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Toilet Seats from Victoria Plumb

When you're updating your bathroom, don't forget to accessorize your toilet to suit the rest of your bathroom suite.

There's more to choosing a toilet seat than meets the eye. You first have to choose between wooden or thermoplastic toilet seats and then decide on whether you would like a soft close option as well as making sure your toilet seat matches the rest of your bathroom suite. The right toilet seat will really help to complement your bathroom theme and we have a great selection to choose from. Whether you're looking for a soft close toilet seat or a traditional wooden toilet seat, we have an extensive range of options at a competitive price. 

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