Tesi II Aquablade toilet bowl by Ideal Standard, combined with cistern and basin seat, which are being sold separately. It is placed on the floor and is the most common type of basin.
It is low pressure, which means that the basin and the cistern must touch and form a single whole. It is important that the cistern rests on the wall, as otherwise it may break.
The drain outlet is at the back of the basin, which means it is connected to pipes located in the wall.
The lid has a slow closing mechanism, which with a gentle push closes slowly and quietly, without having to lower it manually to the base of the basin. It is also thinner in thickness compared to the rest of the market, which gives a higher aesthetics.