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  • Dublin Back to Wall Rimless Toilet Suite - Bathroom Warehouse
    Original price $650
    Current price $464.90

    Dublin Back to Wall Rimless Toilet Suite

    A modern designer toilet suite with quality Geberit cistern internals Cost-effective, suits a renovation on a budget while not sacrificing qualit...

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  • Oliveri Vienna Comfort Height Back to Wall Rimless Toilet Suite - The Blue Space
    Original price $790
    Current price $564.90

    Oliveri Vienna Comfort Height Back to Wall Rimless Toilet Suite

    A modern designer toilet suite with quality Geberit cistern internals Cost-effective, suits a renovation on a budget while not sacrificing qualit...

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Back To Wall Toilets

Back to wall or wall faced toilets are the designers choice in toilet suites. Featuring a seamless line between the toilet and wall, these will not only look stunning in your bathroom renovation but also have less holes or curves for dirt and grime to hide in. Back To Wall toilets are the most common and popular toilets sold in Australia today.

Our Most Popular Wall Faced Toilets

Add instant value to your home by installing a quality, trusted brand name toilet from Caroma, Decina, Studio Bagno or Stylus that has been engineered for Australian plumbing standards.

Looking for a lower cost alternative? Check out our range of Close Coupled Toilets.

Two Technical Specifications To Know Before Buying A Back To Wall Toilet

Waste Trap Type

Wall faced toilets feature universal trap fittings, to suit either S Trap or P Trap plumbing pipes. This means you can't go too wrong on specifying a back to wall toilet, however they will not suit a Skew Trap toilet (where the trap goes to the side of the toilet).

Water Inlet Type

Be sure to check where the water inlet location of your current toilet is, unless you plan on moving it. Bottom Inlet (BI) enters into the bottom of the cistern (most popular in older homes) via a flexible hose or moulded copper pipe, where a Back Entry (BE) inlet is hidden at the top rear of the cistern and is usually lined up correctly by your plumber to match the cistern.

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