Jul 16, 2018 10:19 am
I'm thinking about outfitting my new home with a pair of urinals.
Trouble is, urinal prices in Australia are stratospheric.
Prices in the US, UK and Germany are much, much cheaper.
So, do you foresee any installation problems buying a urinal from overseas and, which countries (from the above list) would be the most compatible with Australian plumbing fittings?
Thanks for any advice.
Re: Urinals -- Anyone Have One in their Home?6
Jul 16, 2018 11:58 am
As female, I don't like the look of them and I don't think it would help the resale value.
I live with hubby and 2 sons and still wouldn't put one in.
I suppose that's just my opinion though.
Re: Urinals -- Anyone Have One in their Home?8
Jul 16, 2018 12:19 pm
Please have a look at some of the Duravit ones. They're very small, fashionable and they eliminate all the mess on the toilet rim on traditional toilets.
Ask your husband to have a look at the ones in these restaurants: Chiswick at Paddington, Est and Guillaume in the city. It's a great excuse to get your husband to treat you to a fine dinner or lunch.
Seriously, I predict they'll be the next big thing for home bathrooms.
Re: Urinals -- Anyone Have One in their Home?9
Jul 16, 2018 12:30 pm
But just think, no complaints from the missus about leaving the toilet seat up.
She doesn’t complain about that at all. It’s just a toilet seat, is designed to moved from one position to another, and she has far more important things to be thinking about.
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