Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Rick Powerful Flush in Small Package... but No Toilet Seat?
I needed a 10" rough-in for a tight space and there are shockingly few choices. I think I chose well because it installed easily and the flush is powerful for a mere 1.28 GPF. Note: to get a "fuller" flush you need to hold the handle down longer... but it works very well.
Downside: no toilet seat? Really? I paid more than $200 for this so it really should be included.
July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by diyer1111 Great toilet
I'm renovating an older home and needed a 10" toilet to fit into a small space. I used HD.com to find one and picked this one based on the flush capability, size and price. It came with everything needed but the seat. Installation was a breeze. The instructions were easily understood. It utilizes knobs to secure it to the flange, what a great idea! wish my other toilets mounted in the same way. The seal kit came with small washers which hold the bolts in place while mounting, again what a great idea! After a month of use, I would buy this one again. Highly recommended.
May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LareBear Excellent Toilet for Mobile Home
The toilet size was perfect for mobile home installation. Was disappointed with the Rebate Program. There is to many requirements to qualify for the Rebate, especially for mobile home park.
May 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by gugu Best product I have ever seen.
It is good to have this one. So far there no issue after months of use. I may get another one if you have discount. price is still high.
May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Robbe Toilet Purchase
Had a very difficult time finding a 10-inch plumb in toilet that was available in California or could be shipped to California. Home Depot came through with this toilet by American Standard. I am pleased with this purchase and the service I received from Home Depot. An item was missing from the shipment and when my plumber went to Home Depot they cheerfully made it good. Toilet works great and best of all it's quiet!
May 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jazzy Smallest Toilet - Best, economical and smallest toilet
One of the best, economical and smallest toilet is the American Standard Cadet 3 Round Front Toilet 10 inch Rough-in 2-piece Powerwash/Flowwise (270DB.101.020) 1.28 GPF (watersaver also). Has a 5 year warranty. The length is 26-1/4”. The width (of tank) is 17-1/4”. The height (of tank) is 29-1/8”. This toilet fills up quietly and has a powerful flush. It can be purchased from Home Depot for about $300 (including taxes & delivery). Toilet seat is sold separately & costs about $20 from Home Depot. (Skip the American Standard Colony, which is a lower quality toilet.)
For a hassle-free installation, you should toss the wax ring that comes with the toilet, and purchase instead the Sani Seal (Waxless toilet seal gasket) (http://saniseal.com/) from Home Depot for about $12.
February 15, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by toiletBuyer Came with wrong install kit.
The toilet is fine--fits a tight space with 10" rough in. These are tough to find/not many options. Toilet does make a little more noise than I expected..a little gurgle because it flushes so fast in order to use less water. fills in seconds though, after the flush.
However, the toilet came with the wrong installation kit, so we had to have a plumber come back 7 days later when the right gasket etc arrived from American Standard. Home Depot gave us a gasket for free, but did not have the rest/know what the rest of the parts were, and would not go to American Standard for us, so we had to deal directly with them...and they would not expedite shipping so we just waited.. No one has financially resolved the fact that we had to have a plumber come twice, and that we were without a functional toilet for a week!
October 15, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Retired It works.
This toilet works very good. When installing it I noticed it rocked back and forth. The instructions said I might have to shim it because the floor was not flat so I checked it and the floor was flat but the bottom of the toilet was warped. Not a huge deal, I used two composite shims in the back and cut them to size then put the wax ring in. My other issue is with the instructions. It said you can use caulk if the toilet rocks. Not a great idea if you have wood floors. If the wax ring leaks the water will go into the sub floor and rot it out and you won't know you have a leak until the toilet starts sinking into the floor.
July 23, 2014