We've hand-picked these items because they are a great choice alongside the Harbour Icon Rimless Close Coupled Toilet & Soft Close Seat
RRP £26 Was £17.99
RRP £49 Was £35.99
- Made from hard-wearing Gloss White ceramic
- Rimless design makes it even easier to clean inside the bowl as there is nowhere for bacteria to hide
- Special flushing system distributes the water evenly throughout the pan
- Read more about the benefits of rimless toilets in our Rimless Toilets: The Low Down blog
- 600mm projection makes it ideal for smaller bathrooms and cloakrooms
- Dual flush cistern gives you the option of a 3 litre 'half' flush or full 6 litre flush, helping you to save on your water bills
- Includes top fix soft close seat with quick release hinges which closes gently every time - no more loud bangs in the night and also reduces the risk of damage to the pan and seat
- A super-handy quick-release button enables you to remove the seat from the pan in seconds for full cleaning access to those typically hard-to-reach spots
- Lifetime manufacturer’s guarantee
- 1 year manufacturer’s guarantee included for the toilet seat
- Height: 840mm
- Width: 350mm
- Projection: 600mm
|Type||Cloakroom Toilets, Close Coupled Toilets, Rimless Toilets|
|Brand Range||Harbour Icon|
Please note that these guarantees are provided by the manufacturer, and will be subject to individual terms and conditions, for example avoiding abrasive bleach-based cleaning products.
If you need further info about a specific manufacturer's guarantee, please contact our team.
|Popular Features||Soft Close Toilet Seat, Quick-Release Hinges, Dual Flush Cistern, Easy to Clean Rimless Design|
|Soil Pipe DirectionMore information||Horizontal, Vertical, Left or Right|
Soil Pipe Direction:
This details which direction the soil pipe can run from the rear of the toilet.
Horizontal: the soil pipe can run directly into the wall behind the pan.
Vertical: the soil pipe can turn 90 degrees and run vertically into the floor.
Left or Right: the soil pipe can run either side from the rear of the pan, which is then typically boxed in.
This is for guidance only and not intended as a substitute for visual/physical checks; the size and type of your pan connector/pipework will have an impact on whether or not there is sufficient clearance.