The ideal WC: VitrA’s M-Line RIM-EX

When you’re designing for high profile projects, it’s essential that every product not only looks the part, but offers the best functionality and longevity

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VitrA M-Line bathroom with RIM-EX WC
VitrA M-Line bathroom with RIM-EX WC

When you’re designing for high profile projects, it’s essential that every product not only looks the part, but offers the best functionality and longevity.  VitrA has designed the M-Line RIM-EX WC to provide the perfect solution for those specifying for bathrooms. 

The M-Line RIM-EX WC has been created by the German design studio Noa who are known for producing intelligent products with beautiful aesthetics. Its sleek and modern exterior conceals a whole world of advancements within. This radical design features a specially developed bowl with a completely smooth interior with an easy clean surface and no rims or holes where dirt or germs can collect.  Instead of a traditional rim, this model features a specially developed ceramic water diverter which distributes water accurately around the pan for flushing. It makes cleaning quick and simple and is 95% more hygienic than standard WCs.

  • VitrA  RIM-EX M-Line WC with ceramic water divertor
    VitrA RIM-EX M-Line WC with ceramic water divertor
  • VitrA  RIM-EX M-Line WC
    VitrA RIM-EX M-Line WC
  • VitrA  RIM-EX M-Line WC with VitrA Fresh
    VitrA RIM-EX M-Line WC with VitrA Fresh
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The WC can also be kitted out with a VitrA Fresh flush tank.  It sits flush at the back of the WC, blending in with the overall design. It adds a dose of cleaning liquid to every flush to keep it exceptionally fresh and hygienic.  For maintenance, the tank is very easily accessed and replacement liquid is required infrequently. 

The RIM-EX M-Line WC retails from £309 including VAT. For further information about VitrA, please call 01235 750 990 or visit the website at www.vitra.co.uk


 

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