My beautiful Griffon, king of the toilet
Treating yourself to a Fir Green toilet flush is a choice that will enhance your toilet... Indeed, Fir Green, its reference to nature, has relaxing virtues and zenitude. This color has been acclaimed by decoration specialists like the new gray, its ability to adapt to a multitude of colors such as blue, raspberry, ecru, pale pink or even copper and gold tones. We appreciate it in interior decoration to create a calm space, sheltered from the turbulence of modern life. Selecting this color for your toilet ensures that you enjoy a separate, elegant room that will win everyone’s support.
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Have your Griffon toilets delivered to your home anywhere in Europe or choose to have them installed by a professional in your region.
The GRIFFON flush, toilet icon, is always revolutionary: thanks to its unique hydropneumatic mechanism, water is released under pressure for greater efficiency while guaranteeing reduced water consumption ( saving up to 70% water). Griffon hydrochasse, French manufacturing with 10-year guarantee!
A high-performance flush
The Griffon Vert sapin hydroflush has nothing in common with an ordinary toilet flush! Its mechanism was developed by Claudius Griffon in 1950, and responds to the most contemporary environmental concerns. Stored under pressure, water is released with higher power, improving the flushing ability of the toilet. In addition, the activation handle allows you to regulate the flow. Ultimately, hydrohunting saves up to 70% of water: a considerable advantage, at a time when water resources have never been so fragile. But that's not all ! The Fir Green toilet flush combines performance and inimitable style... the opportunity to treat yourself with a designer object while being eco-responsible.
100% Made in France
The Griffon brand has already convinced more than 2 million households in France. Hydrochases are made in France, in the Loire, from fully recyclable materials. High-end finish flushes, hydro flushes are guaranteed for 10 years. They undergo a series of checks during manufacturing: resistance test at a pressure of 10 bars and proper functioning.