An extraordinary bathroom deserves an impressive toilet and the Retro collection close-coupled toilet pan is certainly the best solution.
A close coupled cistern
When looking at a close-coupled toilet, one immediately wonders what the advantages of choosing this kind of toilet are, compared to the more traditional high-level toilet or the more popular toilet with a concealed cistern (built-in the wall and with only a visible chrome or white plate for flushing). Surely, there are many reasons, and each one has its explanation, but a close-coupled cistern certainly boasts specific properties and not only aesthetic ones. As far as the overall look goes, this type of solution certainly provides the bathroom with a vintage and classic taste, whilst from a technical point of view, the close-coupled cistern is a practical space-saving solution that allows all users to enjoy a small but, at the same time, luxury bathroom. Also noteworthy is the side lever operating the flushing system.
The close-coupled toilet
The close-coupled toilet is a striking toilet with clean, wraparound lines. Manufactured using high grade white vitreous china which ensures a high-quality finish and long-lasting durability, this close-coupled toilet comes with a small rear protrusion in which the cistern should be installed. Furthermore, it also has two holes on the top to fix the toilet seat, whose colour or material could be chosen in the vast range of seats and covers purposely designed by Kerasan for the same collection.
Entirely MADE IN ITALY, a guarantee of top-quality and reliability, the toilet comes with two types of outlets: the traditional "S" trap, a vertical outlet, or the more modern "P" trap, in other words, a horizontal outlet.