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American Standard Optum VorMax Complete Right Height 2-piece 1.28 GPF Elongated Toilet in White
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American Standard

Optum VorMax Complete Right Height 2-piece 1.28 GPF Elongated Toilet in White

  • Flushing technology cleans 2X better than conventional toilets
  • Includes decorative slow-close seat with EverClean surface
  • EverClean slows growth of odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew
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VorMax flushing technology is the solution to maintaining a cleaner toilet bowl by simply flushing the toilet. Its revolutionary VorMax flushing system completely cleans the entire bowl, including under the rim. The VorMax flushing technology has been independently tested and proven to CLEAN 2X BETTER than conventional toilets. This helps maintain a tidier toilet bowl longer, so cleaning is a breeze. Source: Test witnessed by IAPMO R&T Labs comparing VorMax against conventional under-the-rim-water-dispersal toilets from major retailers.

  • Includes decorative slow close seat that features a seamless, concealing lid and EverClean surface which helps keep the seat cleaner longer
  • Optum VorMax flush technology cleans 2x better than conventional toilets
  • VorMax flush technology delivers a powerful jet of water that scrubs the bowl clean from top to bottom, removing everything in its path
  • CleanCurve rim design eliminates hidden, hard-to-reach surfaces where dirt and buildup hide
  • EverClean surface is super smooth and easier to keep clean, even after years of use; plus, the permanent EverClean antimicrobial surface inhibits the growth of stain and odor causing bacteria on the surface
  • Industry-leading flush technology saves water without losing performance. It uses just 1.28 GPF, a 20% savings compared to 1.6 GPF toilets; a 20% savings in water usage translates to money saving
  • Comfortable right height, elongated bowl is ADA compliant which can help make getting on and off of the toilet easier
  • Easy installation. Complete toilet includes everything you need for installation, including the seat and wax ring
  • Features dual-injection flush valves that open almost simultaneously, delivering water to the bowl in two ways, to the jet hole for a powerful vortex scouring action in the bowl and to the trap way to create the siphon which disposes of all the waste
  • Superior waste removal with a 2-1/16 in. smooth fully glazed trap way outlet
  • Chrome handle
  • 100% factory flush tested
  • Warranty: lifetime on chinaware, 10-year on all mechanical parts, 1-year on seat
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Customer Questions & Answers

Flapper gets stuck

I read 2 reviews which mentioned a flapper getting stuck and caused the water to run. Is there something that can be done on installation to prevent this?
Asked by: Andrew
I had trouble with the flappers and mechanism getting stuck for two years. Purchased toilet in 2015. American Standard sent me new flapper assemblies with a different color teeter bar they call it. Finally they sent me a new tank and everything works great. The key to the problem is the tripper lever or the handle you push to flush. You can fix the issue by bending the brass rod part of the handle up an inch and towards the center of the tank about half an inch. Doing this enables you to adjust the teeter bar up about half an inch with the adjustment screw until the flapper chains are tight but the flappers still sealing. Even the old tank works every time with this easy fix.
Answered by: automender
Date published: 2017-02-10

IS THERE ALOT OF POWER TO TAKE EVERYTHING DOWN, SO THERE IS NO SECOND FLUSHING OR HAVING TO USE A PLUNGER?

Asked by: JIMBO
Most definitely. NEVER a second flush, yet quiet.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2017-02-18

How do most people like the 16.5 inch height?

In general, does the height to bowl seem better or worse than the standard height? I have never tried one of these raised bowls and I hesitate to buy one. Another concern is the hanging flapper. Since I have my own waste system I can not have water leaking. Perhaps that should be a separate question. Thanks for any opinions on the height.
Asked by: TRYMAN
I love the comfort height. I began developing problems with my left knee and some days the pain is a bit unbearable. With this toilet, my bad knee is completely spared extra pain. If you haven't purchased this toilet, don't hesitate any longer. This is a great money-saving toilet. I'm still in love with it.
Answered by: YhwhKhai
Date published: 2017-06-20

which toilet seat fits this model

Asked by: Tippy
It does come with a seat, but you may be asking because you have already purchased and are as upset about this unbelievably bad seat as I am. I can only say the seat included is so bad, that I have no words. HOW in Mother's Name could AS let this go out the door with this poor excuse of a seat? It is cheap, plastic, very thin, looks bad, digs into the back of one's thighs, wobbles back and forth on the rim and worst of all? Because of the wobble, it has pinched the skin on the back of my legs so badly, so many times, that I am never without a major bruise. I want to return this unit just because of the horrible seat. Yes, I can get another seat, but shouldn't have to at this price. Sorry for the rant, it's just bad.
Answered by: jonsiela
Date published: 2016-12-15
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Customer Reviews

Optum VorMax Complete Right Height 2-piece 1.28 GPF Elongated Toilet in White is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 595.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not holding up. I purchased this product in the summer of 2015 for an upstairs bath remodel. Afte... Not holding up. I purchased this product in the summer of 2015 for an upstairs bath remodel. After just a year the performance started degrading. The toilet relies on a strong thrust of water to get the bowl to siphon completely. Frequently the bowl does fully siphon, which means the water level rises but does not drain sufficiently to clear the bowl. When I first purchased/installed the toilet it worked perfectly. After about a year every once in while it misfired and did not fully siphon. Now at the 2 year mark it does not clear about every 4th flush. I did some research and found on the American Standard website that the dual flapper valve had been updated so I called and talked with the customer service representative. She was very nice but did not have any explanation for my problem. She offered to send me a new flapper valve assembly (they call it a teeter bar). Once it arrived and I compared it to mine they were identical by all measurements...still I installed the new assembly and hoped. Unfortunately, no real change in performance. So I suspect I will be back in the market for a new toilet soon. You know the previous toilet lasted nearly 30 years. I realize that making a toilet that flushes efficiently with only 1.28 gallons of water is an engineering challenge. I really question the merits of a federal law that puts these restrictions on toilet manufactures, when we end up flushing the toilet 2 or 3 times anyway to get them to work properly. I should also mention the finish in the bottom of the bowl is starting to fail too. I tried to capture it in a couple pictures. The sides of water way (very bottom of bowl) is discolored and looks dirty even after scrubbing. It is a bit rough there and becomes soiled quickly. The only good news about this story is that the local water district provided a rebate for removing the original 2.5 gallon toilet so it only cost me my labor.
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Holy Vormax Batman. This 60yr old 6'3" DIY'r didn't think replacing my old Moen would be much of... Holy Vormax Batman. This 60yr old 6'3" DIY'r didn't think replacing my old Moen would be much of an upgrade. I have very hard water and the calcium build up wrecked my old toilet. This Vormax flushes like a powered commercial toilet. The single side hole under the side rim and dual valves in tank somehow create a pressurized system. (it takes up to 5 flushes to set that pressure). I had to see it to believe it and I'm a now a believer daily :) Comes with a slow close seat so no more banging when closing. So far I have no calcium build up and by the way the install was a breeze with the exception that I purchased real brass Danco zero cut bolts for a longer life than the cheaper bimetal ones that everyone ships. Extra height is nice as well!
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Purchased three of these 7 months ago. Payed a plumber to install all three (I am not a plumber n... Purchased three of these 7 months ago. Payed a plumber to install all three (I am not a plumber nor weekend handyperson). Worked great (5 star) for 6 months. Flushed great, very quiet and stayed clean. Now the one that is used more frequently started to "run" and wastes water. A second toilet starting to do the same thing. Appeared to be a great product but after purchasing three and having trouble with two of them now...not sure it was such a good decision! Going to call customer service and see if they offer a solution. And a plumber to fix it.
Date published: 2017-02-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy!!! I bought 4 of these A S Vormax toilets a little over a year ago and I have had problems with 3 of them already. The dual flushing mechanisms don't work properly. In fact there is only one type of flush and that doesn't even work properly half the time. I had to pay the equivalent of buying a new one - about $300! - to Len the Plumber to come out and try to fix them and even after that one STILL does not flush properly. It only actually flushes every third or fourth try. More often than not it just swirls the water around. I called American Standard to report the problems and complain and I had to send in a bunch of documentation and after all that they sent me a reimbursement of all of $35!
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Update to my earlier review. Contacted American Standard via email and they sent new Silicone Sea... Update to my earlier review. Contacted American Standard via email and they sent new Silicone Seals. Did not fix the leak as shown in picture after dye test. I just emailed them asking for my money back or a single flapper replacement. This product has engineering defects and will not last. Ask any plumber and they will tell you to not buy this. I'm extremely disappointed and frustrated.
Date published: 2017-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am a homeowner and purchased one of these toilets about 18 months ago. It was installed in the ... I am a homeowner and purchased one of these toilets about 18 months ago. It was installed in the main bathroom of our home. Very happy with the performance. Not a single problem. It flushes great every time and I have not had to use a plunger. The bowl stays very clean and no skid marks. Within the past week I needed to replaced a toilet in a second bathroom and went to Home Depot to purchase the same model again. It installed without a hitch and is working great just like the first one. This is a great product and I highly recommend it. I did not receive anything free or at a discount to write this review.
Date published: 2016-12-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great idea ... with a small flaw I bought this toilet a few months ,ago. I loved the VorMax concept. It was a big change in toilets. However, after using, I noticed it was very poor on washing away anything stuck on the back wall of toilet. By time the VorMax flow got to the back wall, it was too weak. We end up having to scrub this area after every flush and then flush again to remove remains . It seems that the vormax would be better served on the other side of toilet closer to the back side or ..maybe to have two VorMax openings
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Purchased and installed the Optum Vormax 10/2015. I like everything about the toilet except the s... Purchased and installed the Optum Vormax 10/2015. I like everything about the toilet except the silicon flapper seals are no longer seating well and I have the resulting leak going down the drain. I have tried to find the seals on line for a reasonable price with minimal success. In fact, on most sites, they are out of stock with no mention of when they might be available. I really have to ask myself the question that if there is no parts support for this toilet, then what good is the toilet. So, at this moment, I can not recommend the toilet but will be happy to amend this rating if I can find a reliable parts source.
Date published: 2017-04-25
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