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American Standard Champion Top Mount Telescoping Slow Close EverClean Elongated Closed Front Toilet Seat in White
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Champion Top Mount Telescoping Slow Close EverClean Elongated Closed Front Toilet Seat in White

$46.98 /each

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Champion seat features an innovative telescoping lid that completely conceals the toilet seat ring creating a clean, sleek look that complements most bathroom styles. This seat features slow close hinges to prevent slamming of the seat, top mount installation that fits most conventional toilets and a patented EverClean surface that inhibits the growth of bacteria, mold and mildew. Create an upscale, designer look with the new Champion telescoping seat from American Standard.

  • Durable construction
  • EverClean surface is easy to clean
  • Elongated seat fits most standard elongated toilet bowls
  • Easy to install

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Have a crane Handicap toilet with elongated bowl. Will this seat fit?

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June 27, 2016
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It should fit. The elongated seat is a standard 18 1/2" measurement rom the front of the bowl back to the center of the bolt holes.
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There are basically 2 issues that will determine whether the slow-close unit you've selected will fit properly:
1. Is the length of the toilet seat long enough to at least rest on the entire perimeter of the bowl ? It might be a good idea to simply put a tape on the bowl ...starting at the center-line of the toilet's large bolt holes... and see how it tracks with the toilet seat you're looking at. As Read More
There are basically 2 issues that will determine whether the slow-close unit you've selected will fit properly:
1. Is the length of the toilet seat long enough to at least rest on the entire perimeter of the bowl ? It might be a good idea to simply put a tape on the bowl ...starting at the center-line of the toilet's large bolt holes... and see how it tracks with the toilet seat you're looking at. As you probably already know, seats generally come in either "round" or "elongated" sizes, so your measurement should indicate whether the extended length of the oval one will work.
2. The second question is whether the seat's cover & lid can stay in its "upright/open" position and not be hampered by the tank top ... if your model has a tank...protruding to the point where the angle between the tank top and the forward part of the bowl surface top is 90 degrees or less. Bottom line: you probably would want to avoid having to bother with a seat/lid combo that doesn't stay up!
Thanks to the Home Depot 's user-friendly return policy, you could always return the purchase...if its too short. Good luck! Read Less
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Will this american standard self close toilet lid fut my toilet model 3514.101.020?

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February 9, 2016
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Yes, the lid will fit.
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February 3, 2016
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As long as the seat is a top mounted seat and the toilet is top mounted also it will fit.
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whats the difference between telescopic everclean & regular

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I want to buy the American standard toilet, but it doesn't come with a toilet seat. I found 2 different ones on line. One says telescoping slow close everclean & the other doesn't. but they are both easy close. What is the difference?
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The seat fits under the telescoping cover, making the seat smaller than usual. On a regular seat, the cover fits on the top and the outside edges of each are the same profile.
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February 11, 2015
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The telescopic seat when closed you can not see the seat as the lid covers the entire seat. As the other the seat when closed is visable.
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Terrific toilet seat! These seats are very easy to install and really look nice. I bought the Kohler seats first and returned them because the quality and fit were not good. These are worth the extra money for sure! October 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I like the metal bolts of this product because the seat does not move as frequent as the original seat that came with the toilet which was plastic. I do feel that the toilet seat was a bit costly. I am so far pleased with it's performance. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No slam lid is great! We purchased one of these a couple of years ago. We got this one for the other bathroom. We love them. You cant accidently drop the lid and wake everybody up. August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by New Look and soft close Easy to install with the rubber plug type bolts. No tightening screws from the underside, the installation is all on the top, September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Replacement for old Wood Toilet Seat Good replacement and simple installation (in spite of complicated instruction sheet). Be prepared... the slow close feature is exactly what it says; slow close. OK once you get used to it. August 9, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Seat uncomfortable Toilet works well and looks great, but has the most uncomfortable seat I have ever sat upon. July 11, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth it When the seat is raised, it fits snug into the lid, so when you want to lower the seat, you have to take your your fingers and reach inside the rim to bring the seat down. I think that is gross. I don't get the easy to clean sell factor either. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Slow Closing Toilet Seat This toilet seat is what it appears to be. The seat itself sits off the toilet an inch or so. It has a feel that is unlike most other toilet seats, but I'm sure it's just something that takes getting used to. The toilet seat cover really does close very slowly. I'm not sure that it will ever be used though. I mean who really puts the toilet seat down, unless maybe it's to keep the dog from drinking the toilet water perhaps? The installation was easy, albeit a little strange. Rather than just providing plastic bolts and nuts, the unit came with rubber plug type things that inserted into the toilet holes. Then the toilet seat was fastened to the toilet by inserting screws into the rubber plugs. It was sort of like a drywall screw configuration (where you insert the plug and then insert the screw into the plug). It worked. The toilet seat is secure, but I feel sorry for the guy who someday has to remove the toilet seat. First, the person will be looking for the plastic nuts under the toilet and they won't be there. Second, anything could happen to those screws and screw heads in twenty years. I don't know why the manufacturer chose to go that route. It seemed like a 'screwed up' way of securing a seat to a toilet if you ask me. June 28, 2016
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