Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 44
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by rp wall hung American toilet
pleased with standardized mounting; replaced 40 yr. old eljer easily. works well not as noisy as expected.
September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jan Just what I was looking for
Clean and sleek. Replacing all the wall mounted units in a rental unit This really worked well.
August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MrG Good toilet, but...
It took Home Depot three tries to get our Glenwall wall-mounted toilet delivered for pick up at their local store. This toilet must be ordered and we had two that came broken before the third arrived safely; thus 4 stars.
The toilet itself is good, a bit loud (think commercial toilet in a store washroom) but is effective in flushing away waste. We replaced a 50 year old American Standard wall-mount toilet and the old mounting bracket bolt pattern was perfect; it is nice when some things are consistent.
July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Frumious You will need to brush with each flush.
I am deeply disappointed. This unit replaced a 1970’s avocado green wall mounted unit that had a larger capacity water tank. The old unit flushed quietly and thoroughly. This one is loud – like the kind on aircraft. Woosh! Worse, the bowl does not rinse completely; major portions of it remain dry when flushed. This is unacceptable. Installation was fairly simple as the unit it replaced bolted to the wall exactly the same way. Note: The new unit does not come with the necessary bolts and washers. I cleaned up and reused the old ones. Critically, it also did not come with the seal ring that goes between the toilet and the wall drainpipe. This is a hard to find item (neither Home Depot nor Lowe’s carry it). It cost me $53 for a simple neoprene ring that should have cost about $5! It also added hours to the installation time looking for the part. If you use a plumber, that could cost you dearly. You would think that for the premium price of this toilet American Standard would provide this integral part. Some reviews say the tank wobbles. That is because it is difficult to tighten the tank down all the way to where it nests firmly on the lower unit. Mine wobbles but I will try to find a deep 9/16’ socket to tighten it further.
June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Walt Perfect fit
Great replacement for my old American Standard. Did not use the rubber ring as suggested. The wax style worked for 30 years so why change> used a new wax ring, no leaks. The noise is not that bad and flushes completely with less water.
September 4, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Plumber DON'T DOM THIS TO YOURSELF.
The review of this toilet will be very important to anyone that is concerned about a total wash down of the toilet bowl, YOU WILL NOT GET THAT WITH THIS TOILET!.
This is the first 1.6 gallon toilet I have had to deal with, what a disappointment I know there has to be 1.6 gallon toilets out there that work better than this one, it not only does not wash down properly it seems to splash back on the underside of the seat, I have to keep a squirt bottle of water on the back of the toilet so I can wash the sides down, I have to do this every time any slightly lose excrement is flushed.
BEWARE!!! this will happen to you if you buy this toilet.
September 3, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Abe396 Takes two to three flushes
I have been using this for two months and I am currently looking to purchase a gravity style tank and throw this one in the garbage. It always takes two to three flushes to get rid of anything solid. It is also very noisy.
July 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by GardenLady This product has great flushing capacity.
This toilet replaced an American Standard wall toilet from the late 1970's. A plumber installed the toilet with no difficulty. The only incident was that the hardware pieces that were supposed to come with the toilet such as washers, bolts, etc. were not in the box. Since the plumber had these items we did not try to either return the toilet or contact American Standard. However I would recommend that if you are going to install the toilet yourself you may want to open the boxes at the store before you take possession of the toilet to make sure all the hardware has been included.
March 11, 2014