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3 hours ago, Onoff said:

then carries on whilst you're "sitting", flushing and for 15 mins from the moment you start the fan.

 

Doesn't extraction stop while flushing is actually happening? Water going down the pipe (from cistern to pan) instead of air going up it. The exact opposite of:

 

5 hours ago, pocster said:

Am I correct extraction only occurs on flushing therefore isn’t permanent?

 

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14 minutes ago, Ed Davies said:

 

Doesn't extraction stop while flushing is actually happening? Water going down the pipe (from cistern to pan) instead of air going up it. The exact opposite of:

 

 

 

 

Yes, extraction stops briefly whilst the flush pipe's full of water, but runs OK the rest of the time. Seems to work well, though.  There;s a very definite difference between our downstairs loo, that doesn't have odour extraction, and the two upstairs that both do.

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1 hour ago, JSHarris said:

 

 

Yes, extraction stops briefly whilst the flush pipe's full of water, but runs OK the rest of the time. Seems to work well, though.  There;s a very definite difference between our downstairs loo, that doesn't have odour extraction, and the two upstairs that both do.

 

Haven't you got a sign downstairs saying No1's only?

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20 minutes ago, pocster said:

Need to order soon in wall cistern etc .

 

was looking at 

 

https://www.manomano.co.uk/p/pack-wc-geberit-duofix-up100-cuvette-ideal-standard-tesi-aquablade-plaque-de-commande-delta21-chrome-mat-5135884

 

Any comments before I zap the cash ?

 

Only that it is about £100 more than a decent set...

 

Frame can be had for £120, flush plate is £20, decent pan and seat you can get for £120  so.... 

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8 minutes ago, PeterW said:

 

Only that it is about £100 more than a decent set...

 

Frame can be had for £120, flush plate is £20, decent pan and seat you can get for £120  so.... 

Ok 😛 ; i’ll Shop around ! 👍

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On 26/09/2019 at 13:53, PeterW said:

 

Only that it is about £100 more than a decent set...

 

Frame can be had for £120, flush plate is £20, decent pan and seat you can get for £120  so.... 

Hmmm, I'm actually having trouble trying to find it cheaper. Of course there are SO many variants of Geberit stuff I might not be comparing like with like.

Did like the look of Aquaclean - but then I saw the price!

 

Similar but more expensive!

https://www.sanctuary-bathrooms.co.uk/zero-wall-hung-toilet-seat-with-geberit-1120mm-cistern-frame-sigma01-flush-plate/

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3 minutes ago, pocster said:

Hmmm, I'm actually having trouble trying to find it cheaper. Of course there are SO many variants of Geberit stuff I might not be comparing like with like.

Did like the look of Aquaclean - but then I saw the price!

 

Similar but more expensive!

https://www.sanctuary-bathrooms.co.uk/zero-wall-hung-toilet-seat-with-geberit-1120mm-cistern-frame-sigma01-flush-plate/

 

Must be made of money!

 

That bog's not rimless.

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1 minute ago, Onoff said:

 

Must be made of money!

 

That bog's not rimless.

Argh!. I can't work out what I want!!!. 

 

OK!

The cistern is the 111353005 I think

 

Rimless - not even sure what that is - better look that up. Christ it's just a bog!

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How much for a flush plate!!. I know @Onoffshowed that 600 quid one. But even I semi looking decent one is 120quid. It's just 2 cheap buttons!!!

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I just sent links to my misses the response was "You choose"

 

That means if it's shit (no pun intended) it's my fault!!!

 

What colour flush plate FFS!

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£350 for a BATTERY operated flush plate!!!. Who the F installs that!. Just done a dump; oh hang on got any AA's on you! FFS!

 

Too much stress for a Friday; I feel the NEED for wine very soon.

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RIGHT!

 

I'm leaving the flush plate for now. That can be decided to 'match' tiles/colour schemes i.e. it's beyond my capability to get this right!

 

Flush plate more expensive than toilet...... JESUS!

 

Anyway!

 

Geberit icon toilet (i.e. it's just a bloody square)

UP320 duo fix frame

 

Still comes in at the number of the beasts best friend 555

 

 

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Misses reply to Geberit icon

 

"It's a toilet
It looks fine"

 

I guess she's more interested in the kitchen.

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1 hour ago, pocster said:

Hmmm, I'm actually having trouble trying to find it cheaper. Of course there are SO many variants of Geberit stuff I might not be comparing like with like.

Did like the look of Aquaclean - but then I saw the price!

 

Similar but more expensive!

https://www.sanctuary-bathrooms.co.uk/zero-wall-hung-toilet-seat-with-geberit-1120mm-cistern-frame-sigma01-flush-plate/

 

The mistake you are making is buying as a package ..!

 

have a look for Vitra porcelain. 

 

And rimless are not all they are cracked up to be. 

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1 minute ago, PeterW said:

 

The mistake you are making is buying as a package ..!

 

have a look for Vitra porcelain. 

 

And rimless are not all they are cracked up to be. 

I assumed a package would be cheaper ! 

 

Vitra rather than geberit ???

 

no idea If rimless is worth the money or not @Onoff ‘s fault !

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I fitted Vitra basins and toilets throughout, found them to be surprisingly good quality for the price.  Well worth a look, IMHO

 

(not that £1600 jobbie, obviously...)

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Just now, JSHarris said:

I fitted Vitra basins and toilets throughout, found them to be surprisingly good quality for the price.  Well worth a look, IMHO

And there I was thinking geberit were the only boys in town . @Nickfromwales will be along soon ....

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When a toilet or flush plate is worth more than my car you know the worlds wrong !

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33 minutes ago, PeterW said:

And rimless are not all they are cracked up to be. 

 

Why not? 

 

The Bernstein I have is excellent. No splashing and the water seems to "scour" the pan to clean it better when it flushes.

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39 minutes ago, pocster said:

And there I was thinking geberit were the only boys in town . @Nickfromwales will be along soon ....

 

My frame is Geberit, pan is a Bernstein NT2038

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48 minutes ago, pocster said:

I assumed a package would be cheaper ! 

 

Vitra rather than geberit ???

 

no idea If rimless is worth the money or not @Onoff ‘s fault !

 

Vitra porcelain on a Geberit frame - will be fine. 

 

Geberit frames are the best - sigma flush plates can be had for list less 65% if you search. 

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