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Thread: Where can I buy toilet and bathroom accessories?

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    Where can I buy toilet and bathroom accessories?

    Iím about to renovate my bathroom and I donít want to rely on an ID or a contractor to buy my toilet and bathroom accessories. I want to source my own as I know I can save money this way. Can you help me find the best stores to buy my toilet and bathroom accessories? I would appreciate any help you can give me. Thanks!

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    There is a huge selection to choose from at Sim Siang Choon at Changi. The price is okay, too. You might want to check it out.

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    Don’t go to Hoe Kee at Jalan Besar! The service there is bad. The salespeople couldn’t even remember the items we wanted to buy and we had to write everything down. I heard Poh Joo, Ideal Bathroom along Balestier, Adamas and Royal Fanco are better service–wise.

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    I agree! I had a bad experience at Hoe Kee, too. I went there in my Bermuda shorts and slippers and I guess the salespeople thought I didn’t have money and I was just there to browse. They didn’t pay me any mind at all.

    I went to Royal Fanco on the same day and I must say the service there is excellent. Very different from my experience at Hoe Kee. I can also recommend Eng Soon Huat for their good service, too.

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    If you are on the lookout for toilet bowls, basins, showers and other bathroom accessories, there’s only one place I can suggest: Sansei Singapura at Tagore Lane. It’s like a one stop shop for bathroom accessories! They have a very wide selection of bathroom items but I like the brand “Cristina” that I found there. It suits the style I wanted for my bathroom.

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    When we’re buying toilet accessories, are there certain brands we should look out for because of price and quality?

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    The choice of toilet accessories is really dependent on your budget. There are high end brands of taps like Grohe and Damixa; mid range brands like Paffoni and Omax; and low end brands like Sims at Sim Siang Choon and Roz at Hoe Kee which are house brands. The high end brand for toilet bowls is Toto; mid range brand is Arino; and low end brand is Baron.

    We settled for a combination of high end and mid range brands for our toilet accessories. We also ended up buying everything at Royal Fanco.

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    My toilet accessories and lights were from Fusion Lite. I shopped for them there because the prices are low and the staff and boss are friendly. I bought a toilet bowl and basin for only $268!

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    I went to Adamas to look at the WC’s there but they all looked the same to me. The only distinction is the price. I ended up being confused so I asked my ID to accompany me to Sim Siang Choon at Changi so that I will have her expertise to guide me. However, I heard that if I buy with my ID in attendance, she will earn commissions from my purchase at the shop and the shop will actually charge me more because of this. Is this true?

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    That’s what I heard, too! Better to shop for toilet accessories on your own then.

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