So after much research we decided on the Eros 60. What swung it was the doors being mirrored on the inside as well as the outside. The unit is of good build quality and the two internal glass shelves can be mounted at a variety of levels giving excellent flexibility. The cabinet is mounted in two "hooks which are each secured to the wall. Screws and wall plugs are provided however I found that the screws were too small for the wall plugs and ended up using my own. The "hooks" only have a lateral adjustment so drilling holes level is key. Once up it is strong and stable with a securing screw holding it into the wall, again I used a smaller screw and plug as the ones supplied are quite heavy duty. Overall we are extremely happy with this unit it looks top quality. QS supplies were the cheapest. It took a few weeks to come and there was no notification that it was going to be delivered. Re-delivery was arranged through DPD and all was fine.
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Tom Asked :
Can this cabinet be installed recessed into a wall?
Unfortunately, the Eris is not designed to be recessed. It has mirrored sides and has no way of securing the sides of it.
Jane Asked :
Can I install two sets side by side?
The doors on the Eris 60 open at just past 90 degrees; therefore, a tiny gap between the cabinets would be needed to open fully; otherwise, they can clash, which may cause damage to the doors.
susie Asked :
Hello, Could you please tell me if it is possible to remove the Hib Eris 60 cabinet handles? The cabinet will sit slightly in from the edge of a shelf in our bathroom, so handles would not work.
The handles are bonded at the manufacturing stage, and therefore it is not possible to remove these.
Roie Asked :
Eris 60 bathroom cabinet. Is it safe to hang this on hollow plasterboard walls, or will it be too heavy?
The Eris 60 will be okay to hang on plasterboard as long as you have the correct fixings for them, the ones we supply may not be best suited for plasterboard, but you can source suitable ones from most local builders' merchants.
Jean Asked :
I am replacing a HIB cabinet with mirrored sides that are approximately 15 years old. It's 55cm x 60cm. Will I be able to drill the new cabinet's back to line up with the fixing screw holes of the old cabinet?
Designs change over time; therefore, we cannot guarantee that the fixing will be the same for the old and new.
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