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Cooke & Lewis Diani White Top-Fix Soft close Toilet seat
This Cooke & Lewis Diani white 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
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
|Toilet lid closure||Soft close|
|Hinges included||Plastic & metal hinges|
|Maximum weight capacity||150kg|
memememememememememememe - 5 days ago
I was concerned reading the negative reviews, but I knew if it was as bad as they said I could return it.
But it fitted perfectly, fixings are excellent, they just need tightening properly.
Nice seat but cheap fixings.
Joseph79 - 17 days ago
I bought the seat as i didn't want to go for the cheapest options. This seat looked to be good quality. The seat is good quality but the fixings that come with it are flimsy and cheap. Much like some other posts stated, the seat moves under any shuffling whilst sitting on it. Couldn't get a refund because as i was told when purchasing that once the cellophane is opened its non refundable.
Great and comfy
Big G One George - 19 days ago
That's was great idea to seat on it hahaahahahahhaha
Good, but needs wide holes for bolts fixings
Badger Nadgers - 1 month ago
Purchased two, one after a Bemis Treviso was returned due to its release function failing to work (see sepearate review). When this seat and/or cover is any postion, it doesn't wobble, and the push button release is positive.
The Diani was very quick to fix, although as others have stated it needs a pan with larger holes as it uses a plastic plug that needs to be inserted into the hole - clearly if the hole is not large enough then you won't be able to fix it as instructed, so I'll explain what I did.
Mine was borderline, but as my pan is thin where the holes are and the underside accessable I was able to do a bodge Basically the plugs are a jointed two part affair with the bolt passing stuggly through the slightly narrower top part and screwing into the slightly larger bottom part so that when tighted it pulls the bottom into the top part and expands it slightly to fill the hole. I cut the plug in two, pushed the top half in from the top, inserted the bolt and screwed the bottom half on from the bottom. Using a pair of pliers loosely on the bottom I could then tighten the bolt from the top.
Plan B was to put a rubber washer and bolt on the bottom., but you would still probably need a plug (the top half of the orginal or otherwise) in the top part to prevent lateral movement. Plan C was some other type of plastic plug to fit the bolt in.
On the second more modern toilet with wide bolt holes and restricted access under the pan it was a very quick amd easy fix.
Saball - 1 month ago
I bought this product last week and twice I have had to tighten the bolts as after a few uses the toilet seat just slips sideways and gradually loosens. I have tightened the bolts as tight as I can without cracking the pan, but it is still not tight enough tostop them loosening. Poor fitment that needs reviewing