Raymor has updated its popular range of Outline vanities and Torino mixers.
March 2nd, 2011
Raymor has been supplying Australians with high quality plumbing products for over 60 years.
Raymor matches its strong heritage with relevant designs, constantly reviewing and updating its offerings to meet current needs and trends.
The new range of Outline vanities and Torino mixers marks another reinvention for Raymor’s tried and tested products.
The traditional white vanity has been improved by adding a unique and vibrant coloured strip that defines the edges of the doors and drawers and can be customised in a range of colours – black, red, white or ivory.
Vanities are available in a range of sizes (600mm to 1800mm) with the larger sizes having the option of single or double bowls, all offering 1 or 3 tapholes.
Every size has the option of being floorstanding (with kickboard) or wall mounted. Doors and drawers are soft-close, and the vanity includes a cosmetic tray.
Raymor’s Torino mixers have been given a new look by streamlining and refining the existing handle, giving a twist on the traditional pin-lever design.
The performance of the Torino basin pillar mixers have been upgraded to a 5 star WELS rating (6L/min).
Rediscover Raymor vanities and mixers today – the products you know and love, with a modern twist.
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