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Cooke & Lewis Diani Green Top-Fix Soft close Toilet seat

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Product Details

Product Information

This Cooke & Lewis Diani green toilet seat features a soft close function, meaning that it will close slowly and quietly when put down. The seat is made from thermoplastic.

  • Compatibility: Hinge width from 90mm to 190mm - Fitting instructions included
  • Anti-scratch

Features and Benefits

  • This toilet seat has a built in top fix hinge fitting system making installation quicker and easier
  • Quick release hinges for easy removal to allow more thorough cleaning and better hygiene

Technical Specifications

Toilet seatTop-Fix
Toilet lid closureSoft close
Surface finishMatt
MaterialThermoplastic
Hinges includedPlastic & metal hinges
Maximum weight capacity150kg
Width (mm)372mm
Depth (mm)449mm
Thickness (mm)38mm
Weight (kg)1.95kg
ModelBU522Q-G
Product code3663602904137

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2.75 / 5(4 reviews)

Looks great BUT not fit for purpose

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BDR - 9 months ago

Don't bother. The fixings will go very quickly and you are left with a sliding seat.Yes, of course it is easy to use, it's a toilet seat!
It is not fit for purpose. I value use over looks!

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Arise - 1 year ago

What a good quality product and it has been a perfect fit

Nice colour!

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Mintiy - 1 year ago

It is eight months since one of your customers complained that the fittings are not fit for purpose and they have not been improved! I had to cut the plastic plugs in half and use them upside dowN because they are too big to go through the holes in my ceramic toilet. I just hope they will last put in like this.I'm quite proud that an old lady like me managed to overcome this problem!

Seat itself great, but had to redesign the fitting

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Gigi60 - 2 years ago

I just got this seat today, having read a couple of feedbacks saying that the fittings just don't fit.True, the fittings, or the instructions, are badly wrong. I have an Ideal Standard toilet, with the two holes in bowl just too narrow to slot the plastic sleeve fitting inside as described on the instructions. The plastic sleeve that is supposed to hold the screw in place is a kind of connected 2 part egg timer design, the widest flange to sit on top of the toilet rim, with a weak,push-through thread. The wider lower half is the one with the stronger thread, has two free ended prongs and two plastic small 'bridges' that connect with the upper part. I can see how the whole thing is supposed to work, IF the holes in the toilet were big enough, but as you can't hammer the slightly larger bottom half in, it's basically a loss, you can't fit the seat. So, what I did, I cut the two plastic bridges to separate the two halves, to have the narrower top flanged bit to push into the holes, put the screw through and use the bottom bit as a fixing nut.
But of, course, it doesn't work, the weight of the soft close angle pulls the fitting upward and makes the whole thing useless. So, I noticed that the top flange has tiny plastic ratchet teeth, and looking at those strange two prongs from the bottom part, I'm thinking, perhaps there has been a misunderstanding between designer and whoever wrote the instructions. I think those prongs are supposed to bite against those otherwise useless ratchet teeth. Soooo, take everything off again, the quick release mechanism does work well, push the top flange bit in the holes from underneath, the ratchet teeth facing downward, and then screw the bottom bit upward, tightening the prongs against the teeth. And HURRAH, it works! The seat itself is great, good size, seems solid enough, but the mechanism will still wobble like other seats do, but now at least the toilet seat opens and closes without pulling the fittings out. The manufacturer really needs to look at all that again.