Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 49
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cbmom No bleach
This seat looked nice and seemed to be of good quality. The thing is it not good to use harsh disinfectants like bleach to clean it. I used Scrubbing Bubbles to disinfect after a round of the flu hit our house, and now there are stains from the chemicals on the ring. Strangely enough the stains are orange and really look terrible. Now we have to get a new one and I feel pretty bad about it all but what can ya do? I'm not sure if I want to buy this one again to replace it.
March 14, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Davis Nickel plating is poor
We purchased this toilet seat because we liked the brushed nickel hinges which match our sink faucet. We were initially very happy because it was very easy to install, looked great, and seemed sturdy. However, after only a couple months the nickel plating began to peel off. We have little boys so it is likely that it got urinated on, but you'd think a toilet seat could stand up to that. It began to look so bad that I began to wish I had left the old one on there. After exactly 1 year one of the hinges finally corroded all the way through and the seat fell off the toilet this morning. I"ll be getting a new toilet seat on way home from work today, but not that brand.
April 1, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pepe It's a toilet seat
Easy to install, higher quality material, but think it was pricey, hence 3 stars on value.
April 14, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Denny Average Product
My second one in two years. The reason being the plateing on the metal hinges started oxidizing and the plateing started coming off. Otherwise it was easy to install and never had to readjust the seat because of lose attachment bolts.
April 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by astonman No Complaints Here
I purchased this toilet seat for my kid's bathroom when they broke the seat that came with our home. I bought it at the store solely based on looks and without checking anything online. I was surprised and somewhat upset when I realized I picked a product that most have rated as poor due to the nickel finish on the hinges peeling off.
I'm not discounting any of the other reviews but I'm happy to say the finish has not peeled or flaked whatsoever. We use the Scrubbing Bubbles cleaner but try not to spray the hinges directly.
The STA-TITE system made the install a breeze and the seat has not moved whatsoever since. The main thing I like about this seat is that the hinge is small and that is the only area that contacts the actual toilet. Those with teenage boys know why that is important. Also this seat is a perfect fit for our toilet, unlike the seats that came with our home. I would recommend this seat but I would just advise caution with whatever cleaning products you use.
May 11, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by disappointed Poor fit
I followed the instructions on the outside of the box, measuring the length from the attachment holes to the end of the toilet bowl. My husband did it too, separately. It appeared to both of us to be the exact same size as the required 16.5" mark on the box. But when we installed the seat, it didn't fit well at all. It was at least 1/2 inch too short for the bowl, so the front of the bowl sticks out beyond the edge of the seat almost 1 inch. Funky!
March 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Laura very nice for the price
Great replacement seat. Seat that came with toilet was not of good quality,
March 25, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JCCPlymouthMI Poor Design
I purchased a Bemis toilet seat because of two prior Bemis purchases, but I will never buy another. Their "Sta-Tite" fastener system is inadequate to hold the seat in place over time, because the screws the company provides are not long enough to permit the plastic nuts that screw on the underside to tighten more than about 3/16 of an inch, That not only creates great difficulty in attempting to install the seat, it is also insufficient to stand up to use, and the threads in the plastic nuts will eventually strip. The one I bought lasted just over 3 months. You would think a company that offers so many models would consider the thickness of the toilets on which its seats would be installed, but apparently the only thought is to save a cent or two by providing shorter screws. If you have a toilet that is thin where the seat fastens, this product might work, but you would still be better off with a seat with longer screws to maximize the fastening strength.
March 7, 2015