Model # S-TT010

Internet #203620716

AM Conservation Group Toilet Tummy Tank Water Saver

AM Conservation Group

Toilet Tummy Tank Water Saver

$588 /each

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Product Overview

The Toilet Tummy is a toilet tank water saver that is low cost, maintenance free and simple to install. Simply fill with water and hang on the back of the toilet tank wall to save over half a gallon of water per flush. Millions already sold.

  • Toilet tank water saver
  • Saves 1/2 Gal. of water per flush
  • Very easy to install
  • Maintenance free

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Customer Questions & Answers

how much water per gallon flush does it save

How much water does it save per flush my toilwety uses 3.5 gpf so how much will it save?
Asked by: BOB
The Toilet Tummy will save approximately 1/2 gallon per flush.
Answered by: Calgal2016
Date published: 2016-05-12
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Customer Reviews

Toilet Tummy Tank Water Saver is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple concept & simple to install. Very happy with the... Simple concept & simple to install. Very happy with the savings for the price.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This could pay for itself in 20 days! Did for me. I am using this on my Low Flow 1.6 toilet and surprisingly I will add this information to all who want to try in drought stricken areas. Where I live water is abundant to flush toilets so why would I do this, well I do not like waste. BY the way I did waste 70+ounces of water to figure out the amount of water saved. I have a 1.6 GPF Glacier bay. I could not use this tummy tank with it being full, just didn’t have enough water to flush to get a good water drop for suction down. Here are some numbers and potential savings. I found that 28 ounces (32 is a quart) did the trick, setting under the water level means 28 ounces of tank water not used. Average 5 flushes a day =140 ounces saved a day x 30 days =32.8 gallons per month =20+ flushes saved. Here, water is 0.28 per gallon=$9.18 per month saved. Just west of us the cost is X2=$18.36 per month saved. Your and my house will vary, these 5 flushes a day is a national average. My toilet is a 1.6 and these are my numbers right out of the box, 1.72 gallons in the tank when full and 14 ounces left after full flush =1.61 GPF. **Don’t forget, there usually is a water level adjustment on old and new toilets but this Tummy Tank could save the hassle of possibly damaging parts if you do not know what you are doing.**
Date published: 2015-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use and Good for the Environment If you have an older style, high flush volume toilet, then you need this bag to reduce the amount of water wasted with every flush. This item is basically a rubber bladder (that looks like a hot water bottle) that you fill with water and suspend in your toilet water tank. It offsets the total water needed to fill the tank and thus conserves water this way. It's a 2 minute installation. Open Toilet Tank lid, fill bladder with water, hang bladder on side of tank, close lid. Done! Easy peasy, cost effective and maintenance free!! Definitely would recommend this!
Date published: 2015-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saved about 300 gallons in 1 month! This product saved about 300 gallons of water between two toilets in one month. When you are paying twice for water and sewer usage this is a significant saving over a year period.
Date published: 2013-12-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simple but effective. This is one of those simple but effective items to help reduce water usage on a older high capacity flush toilets. Basically fill the bag and attach inside the tank. The instruction recommend attaching onside where fill tube float is but on my toilet, that caused interference and I had to install on the opposite side. Saves approximately 1/2 gallon of water per flush and seems to still allow both solid and liquid wast to flush properly.
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very simple way to save My husband and I live in an older home and our toilets are the old, very inefficient kind that use way too much water per flush. I've been using a brick to displace some of the water but am afraid that could mess up our toilet as the brick wears over time. I found the toilet tummy here and just installed it last night. It took less than 5 minutes to install and couldn't have been any easier. It's a great product to get when you want to retrofit a toilet inexpensively!
Date published: 2012-11-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Why didn't I think of this? This is the simplest thing ever invented. It's a reservoir for water that fits easily in your toilet tank to conserve water. In the past, we used a brick, but it often crumbled while inserted in the toilet tank. This caused debris to enter the toilet, and possibly clog the outgo pipe. It's a definite positive addition to help save water while not costing a lot.
Date published: 2015-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple and effective I used this product on 15 years old full size toilet tank. We did not want to replace this older toilet, because is still functioning very well and also there is a matching style pedestal sink in the room. Using this bag as a water saver is excellent solution. Placing the bag into the tank is very simple matter. Attached to the bag is white plastic hanging bracket. After the bag gets filled with the water up to the fill line the bag is hanged on the edge of the tank aside from moving parts in the tank. Detailed instructions are printed directly on the bag (see picture 2, 3 & 4). The bag is made from very strong but soft and flexible vinyl material. I filled it up with approximately 2 liters of water and this represents minimum water saving per 1 flush. This is the busiest toilet in the house. If 1 person uses toilet 5 times a day, then family of five makes minimum 25 flushes per day, which is equivalent approximately to 50 liters of water per day. Per week it represents about 350 litters which is about 100 gallons of water saved. It's considerable number. We have installed this feature 2 weeks ago and there have not been noticed any difference or problem with toilet flushing at all.
Date published: 2015-12-29
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