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  • TECE Kerasan Flo Wall Faced Rimless In-Wall Toilet Suite - The Blue Space
    $1,150

    TECE German Engineered Kerasan Flo Wall Faced Rimless In-Wall Toilet Suite

    TECE flush button options sold separately, allows you to match your bathroom style, taps or accessories German-made in-wall cistern to perfectly ...

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The Best Toilet is a Rimless Toilet

Rimless toilets are the latest trend in Australia and have been globally for some time, particularly in Europe. The rim is the part around the top of the toilet pan where the water traditionally flows around to clean the bowl and is often hard to reach and clean.

The benefits of these new suites are that they are more hygienic, have a more powerful and efficient flushing system and are easier to clean than conventional toilets. Without the rim, grime and bacteria have nowhere to hide, so your toilet will never be cleaner! It is more hygienic as the flow of the water is splash-free and precise. Rimless toilets require less flushing and cleaning detergent, making it better for you and the environment.

Our Most Popular Rimless Toilets

Add instant value to your home by installing a quality Caroma Cleanflush, Seima, Fienza, Studio Bagno, Decina or Gallaria rimless toilet from The Blue Space.

Want to add a touch of luxury to your bathroom, with another hygienic, easy-to-clean and efficient toilet option? Check out our Smart Toilets and Bidets!

Important Tips For Buying A Rimless Toilet

Waste Trap Type

Most rimless toilets feature a universal trap which means they can installed in either an S or P Trap configuration. Check with your plumber or send us a photo of your existing toilet if you are not sure.

Water Inlet Type

You can usually choose your inlet location to match your current bathroom. Bottom Inlet (BI) enters into the bottom of the cistern (most popular in older homes) and is usually connected via a flexible hose or moulded copper pipe, where a Back Entry (BE) inlet is hidden at the top rear of the cistern.

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