Butler & Rose Darcy Traditional Soft Close Toilet Seat With Quick Release
• Soft close hinges - closes gently every time which reduces wear & tear on the toilet
• Quick release - easier installation and easy removal for cleaning
• Includes stainless steel fittings
• Universal fit to suit most standard pans
• 3 year guarantee
• Width: 372mm
• Depth: 462mm
• Hinge Centres Minimum: 75mm
• Hinge Centres Maximum: 195mm
|Brand||Butler & Rose|
|Brand Range||Butler & Rose Darcy|
|GuaranteeMore information||3 Years|
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