Geberit Smyle Square Wall-Hung RimFree Toilet with invisible fixings, shrouded, with Soft-Close Seat (500.683.01.1)

Geberit Smyle Square Wall-Hung RimFree Toilet with invisible fixings, shrouded, with Soft-Close Seat (500.683.01.1)
Geberit Smyle Square Wall-Hung RimFree Toilet with invisible fixings, shrouded, with Soft-Close Seat (500.683.01.1)
Geberit Smyle Square Wall-Hung RimFree Toilet with invisible fixings, shrouded, with Soft-Close Seat (500.683.01.1)
Geberit Smyle Square Wall-Hung RimFree Toilet with invisible fixings, shrouded, with Soft-Close Seat (500.683.01.1)
Geberit Smyle Square Wall-Hung RimFree Toilet with invisible fixings, shrouded, with Soft-Close Seat (500.683.01.1)
Geberit Smyle Square Wall-Hung RimFree Toilet with invisible fixings, shrouded, with Soft-Close Seat (500.683.01.1)
GEBERIT
£304.40
-40%
£510.67
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Product details
Features
  • Length
    54 cm
  • Width
    35.6 cm
  • Height
    37.6 cm
  • Weight
    25 kg
  • Volume
    4.5 l
  • Material
    Ceramic
  • Colour
    White
  • Shape
    Square
  • Pcs per pack
    1 products
  • Warranty
    2 years
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Description

Choose this Geberit RimFree toilet, from the Smyle Square series with a comfortable soft-close seat.
This toilet combines style and comfort and fits into any toilet space thanks to its minimalist design.

Features of Geberit Smyle Square Wall-Hung RimFree Toilet with invisible fixings, shrouded, with Soft-Close Seat (500.683.01.1):

  • Brand: Geberit
  • Material: Sanitary ware
  • Rimless bowl
  • Shrouded bowl
  • Invisible fixings
  • Soft-Close seat made of antibacterial Duroplast
  • Quick release seat
  • Easy to clean thanks to its rimless design and quick release seat
  • Quick installation
  • Part no. Toilet bowl: 500.208.01.1
  • Part no. Flap: 500.687.01.1

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IMPORTANT: Please make sure to check the products upon delivery. If there's any damage, be sure to note it with the delivery person on the delivery note for each specific item. Unfortunately we won't be able to accept any claims otherwise as the delivery companies are very strict about this. Thank you for your understanding.

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handymano.65c
23 April 2024
Purchase date: 12/02/2024
The Geberit toilet is as expected, top quality. The aftersales from the vendor is abysmal. The packaging had some minor damage corresponding to the waste outlet. On inspection the bowl was undamaged, so I did not raise the issue, As the seat was still in its original undamaged packaging, it was left unopened until the toilet had been istalled. On opening the seat had a broken corner. I immediately contacted the vendor via ManoMano. They replied immediately to tell me that it was outside the returns period. I have attached THEIR T&C. RECEPTION OF THE GOODS: It is the customer's responsibility to check the quantity and conformity of the goods upon receipt, in the presence of the person delivering the goods. He must mention errors of quantity, non-conformity and apparent defects upon receipt on the order or delivery form. The customer must also report any hidden defects that become apparent at a later date within eight days of their discovery for business customers and within thirty days of their discovery for private customers. At the time of delivery, the customer must make a reservation and accept the package. If the customer puts a reservation at the delivery of the package he has 3 days to inform us of the problem, with photos of the product and its packaging and protection. Our service department will analyse each case individually and reserves the right to refuse reimbursement if it is not proven that the defect was already present at the time of receipt by the customer. Refunds due to damage during delivery cannot exceed the amount paid. They have refused to replace the faulty part, their customer service is possibly the worst ever experienced. Steer well clear of Bathroom2Kitchen.
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cedric-ko5
21 September 2023
Purchase date: 26/03/2023
Good morning Nothing to say about the qualities of the toilet except when flushing the toilet, it splashes a lot, it's horrible.
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Jean-pierre.A
28 July 2023
Purchase date: 11/05/2023
Fractured toilet in a package whose packaging is in good condition... Problem I opened this package much later when my work had progressed, so at the end of July while the delivery dates from June. And no internet in the secondary house, place of work and need to replace defective equipment very quickly . So I'm very unhappy because I had to go get a replacement toilet on the spot: loss of 330 €.
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Mohammed.B
7 June 2023
Purchase date: 26/07/2022
Good product.
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About The Brand
GEBERIT
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GEBERIT is a leading Swiss group specialising in sanitary installations. It was founded in 1874, when Caspar Melchior Albert Gebert opened a tinsmith's business in Rapperswil (German-speaking Switzerland). His son Albert Emil founded their own factory with his father and brother Leo, and in 1905 they created the first wooden cistern lined with lead and fitted with lead taps. At the same time, many households were being fitted with modern bathrooms and toilets as a result of the hygiene movement. Their business grew rapidly, enabling Léo to develop new products, such as the bell flush mechanism. In the 1930s, despite the economic crisis, they innovated by abandoning metal for plastic, which was easier to clean. In 1975, with the fourth generation at the helm of the company, the first washing toilet was launched, and it proved a success in Japan. The company ceased to be family-owned in 1997, but this enabled GEBERIT to exceed one billion Swiss francs in turnover. The company diversified into bathroom fixtures and mechanisms, and remains a benchmark in the field, supplying the Louvre Museum in Lens and the stadiums for the London Olympic Games.
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