Croydex Thames Mirrored Bathroom Cabinet
For many of us, the bathroom is one of the key grooming spots in our households. So it’s important that it is fully equipped to handle all of your needs!
This Croydex Thames Mirrored Bathroom Cabinet has everything you need to ensure you’re looking your best…and so much more! As well as offering ample hidden storage space for all of those lotions and potions, this handy little cabinet also features a mirrored door, a downlighter, and a shaver socket.
What’s more, it’s also ultra-easy to install – so you’ll be up and running in no time at all, even if you’re less than skilled in the DIY department!
|Shaver Socket Included||Yes|
|Doors or Drawers?||Doors|
|Installation Type||Wall Hung|
|Number of Shelves or Drawers||2 Shelves|
|Supplied with Tap||No|
|Supplied with Waste||No|
|Unit Depth (mm)||250mm|
|Unit Height (mm)||640mm|
|Manufacturer Part Number||WC146122E|
£194.99 (Inc. VAT)
RRP £259.97 Save £64
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Bought and delivered from plumb world at less than displayed in local retailer .
This product is excellent and exactly as described by the supplier. It is far better to have the two pin socket hidden inside rather than on the wall in my opinion, but everyone to their own.
Purchase this for our en-suite and the requirement was it had to have a shaver socket inside so we could hide our electric toothbrush. Ticked all the boxes and the build quality is excellent. The only small downfall was that you have to open the door to swich the light on.
product arrived promptly, well packaged and was easy to fit looks good
An excellent product competitively priced.
Will order another for our en-suite
Solid build. Simple to install. Does exactly what we need. Power, light, adequate storage
Had this Croydex Thames mirror cabinet for quite a while.The cabinet and mirrors have kept the orriginal look and is a good quality unit.
This cabinet looks nice and has plenty of space inside
It does the job. The doors are a bit heavy being glass on wood as opposed to just glass. The light switch is inside the cabinet which is a bit of a pain but then so was the one that it was replacing - why do they do that?