SKIP20A FLEXIBLE FLUSH PIPE 1 1/2IN 5902
This white flush pipe kit from B&Q is suitable for 15 inch siphon outlets.
Don’t waste your money
Pcarsley - 2 years ago
Utterly useless! The end which connects to the cistern ok, but the flexible hose at the bowl end fits around outside of the rigid pipe and even with the stated PVC adhesive does not provide effective seal. Rubber bung in back of toilet whilst providing tight seal around pipe but does not stay in the back of the toilet without copious amounts of silicone. Unfortunately the position of soil pipe and concealed cistern would not allow for the rigid flush pipe which came with the toilet, otherwise I wouldn’t have bothered. As this was the only flexible flush pipe on the market, didn’t have much choice. I’m going to end up fitting a hose clip to try to stop seepage.
Good value - fixings have limited use
sidkipper - 3 years ago
Found the fixings odd, the floor brackets come with big bolts that can be used on a solid floor, with relatively flimsy wood screws to secure the bowl to the brackets. Used some additional wood screws to screw the floor brackets down. The cistern has 6mm holes at top (above water line) but no fixings, used my own to secure against walls. Recommend planning how you're going fit once you've the toilet, with time to get anything you might need before ripping out your existing loo.
Theres not a complete set of instructions, its a collection of bits that have their own instructions. Also found fitting the seat particularly awkward, this partly due to the limited clearance around sides in my bathroom, with 15cms between toilet and wall on one side, cabinet on other, maing difficult to reach round the back of the basin.
Other that all good, everything seems to work as expected, and no leeks 1st time, or since
Ter p - 4 years ago
Did the job OK but center pipe on the large size so flush not as good as it could be.
easy to cut but you will need pvc glue.
royston_h - 4 years ago
It was easy to install but you will need to use lots of glue to ensure a watertight fit.
Rory81 - 5 years ago
It's near impossible to get a water tight seal on the on the flexi hose to the connector as its not a tight fit to start with. This is despite glueing. The rubber bung that goes into the pan is also low quality. Result was after 2 days water leaking everywhere.
Waste of time, money and mess.