'Low furniture' insulated cistern

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The description 'Concealed cistern' now refers to actually being built into the wall. So it seems that Geberit have concentrated on developing thinner and thinner cisterns and in consequence they are much taller than they used to be. The shorter UP200 states 820mm. So now they call the typical 800mm units 'Low Furniture'.

I dont want to use an uninsulated cistern. Still condensation off a plastic one.

Anyone seen a low height but also reliable insulated cistern?

Thanks
 
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Thanks! I'd had a look at Imex because the basin is Imex aswell, and I could find what they call a Reduced Height unit but it's the complete metal frame wall hung gubbins rather than a screw-it-to-the-wall cistern.

It's making me have a complete rethink.

Originally the worktop was the same height from the basin area, turn 90°, and over the toilet cistern. Since it will now be a counter top basin maybe I should reduce the height of the basin worktop and increase the height of the cistern unit. A larger step will look better than a 40-60mm one.

What to do you think? I could probably make the new cistern cupboard slimmer.
 
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