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Cooke & Lewis Santini Gloss White Slimline Toilet unit, (W)600mm

£175
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Product Details

Product Information

  • Fixings supplied, Assembly required
  • Made in - Made in Italy
  • 1 year Guarantee

Features and Benefits

  • Slimline cabinets have a slim depth - perfect for small spaces
  • Toilet sold separately
  • Made from responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
  • Slimline cabinets have a slim depth - perfect for small spaces

Technical Specifications

Height (mm)852mm
Width (mm)600 mm
Depth (mm)213 mm
Comes withToilet fascia and cabinet legs
CompatibilityBack to wall toilet
MaterialParticle board & MDF
Weight (kg)14.46kg
Made inMade in Italy
Product code5397007150926

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regularguy2 - 1 year ago

As pointed out previously the lower cabinet face has the wrong type of fittings.To fit the WC pedestal, suspension fittings are essential to allow the lower panel to be slid in to allow the soil pipe and flush pipes to be fitted.
The clip type render fitting or servicing impossible.
As a regular B&Q user I find the failure to correct this notified problem puzzling!

Poor quality product

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JCos - 2 years ago

This cabinet is really just 4 pieces of wood. You have to buy the bottom plinth and top separately. The bottom plinth is a 2 metre piece of wood which has to be cut around whichever toilet you choose and clips on to the two black legs shown on the picture but as the toilet or waste pipe sits in between these legs, the bottom plinth is not secure. The top is a 2 metre worktop so there is a lot of waste as this has to be cut to size. Why the top is not a finished thin piece of wood like the rest of the cabinet I do not know. As the worktop has to be cut it leaves raw edges which then have to have the sticky backed cover put on which is never very neat (we did not do this it was done by a B&Q installer). The push button on the front is loose and hangs out slightly.

Incorrect fixings

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sw17 - 3 years ago

The fixings supplied for the lower front panel are the incorrect type. If these were used you would have to leave a gap of about 20mm between the back of the wc pan and the panel to allow fitting of the panel after making the plumbing connections. I have replaced these with Keku suspension fixings which allow the panel to be slid down behind the pan leaving a minimal gap.