Hanging toilet. Is it worth it?

There was a thought to put a hanging toilet, instead of the standard one. From the considered advantages - there is no dark dusty corner, that is, it is easier to get out and the fact that the tank is hidden behind the wall, aesthetics, s. But doubts the "fragility" of the design, perhaps apparent. Shopping in the city there are several models in the range of 15-17 thousand rubles per set.
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Tachikoma
Tachikoma
Answered on September 27, 13:35
Do not hesitate, take and put. Very comfortable, practical and durable. I also could not decide which installation to buy. Once, 7 years ago, I went to the toilet at Sheremetyevo airport, and there the plumber was busy with the button. He asked how to maintain, how much crap with them. He said that at first they put the TECE installation into very reliable kits. And when they began to put cheap counterparts, problems began, permanent failures and problems with the lack of spare parts. So my choice for the house was obvious. The TECE installation has been running smoothly for 2 years already, once only particles from tile glue got into the pump, which stands in the button, which caused the water release to stop.He removed the button, disassembled, cleaned and assembled - it works fine. It struck me that by removing the panel with the button, you can pull out the entire mechanism, including the float. There’s nothing to globally disassemble, there’s nothing to break, the construction is extremely simple and reliable.
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sGADs
sGADs
Answered on September 27, 14:14
Personally, I can not compare, because almost never used. But there is another problem of all modern pushes - in pursuit of design and delights, we forgot about the optimality of the flushing function. We have to face this periodically - what is it like being a guest, hanging around at the push, waiting for filling, in order to once again repeat the unsuccessful attempt to get rid of your past. The worst thing is that you won't check it in the store and it turns out that after installation and some period of operation.
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Fireligh
Fireligh
Answered on September 27, 15:30
There is a slight difference. As a rule, the suspended one is smaller than its floor counterpart: serious companies produce in each collection all three modifications: floor standing (with a tank), side mounted, suspended. The latter is the smallest. I like the suspended ones more, although it has been noticed by many that they wash them off a little worse: maybe because they are smaller, maybe because the steeper bend of the ceramic siphon is below.