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Glacier Bay

Model N2428E

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2-piece 1.28 GPF High Efficiency Single Flush Elongated Toilet in White

$98.00 /each
Color/Finish: White
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The Glacier Bay 2-piece 1.28 GPF High-Efficiency Elongated Toilet in White is manufactured from durable vitreous china which is resistant to stains, acid and abrasions for long-lasting beauty. This 2-piece toilet comes with an elongated chair-height bowl for maximum comfort and has a white porcelain finish that blends with a wide range of bath or powder room decor styles. High-performance with plenty of flush power, this 2 piece toilet is easy to install and includes a toilet seat, wax ring and floor mounting bolt seat. Limited Lifetime Warranty.

  • Durably made with stain, acid and abrasion resistant vitreous china
  • High performance bowl design for superior flush power
  • 2 in. fully glazed trap-way
  • Features the quick connect easy installation system
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Can this handle a 350 lb person and will the lifetime warranty apply if that heavy person breaks it?

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Ada, Ok
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It will handle the weight you mention. However, it is a good idea to go by Home Depot or a hardware store and pick up a toilet tank brace unit (costs about $5 bucks) to secure the tank and support it from being wobbly as someone sits on it and uses it as a back rest as they squat to do their business. It keeps the tank from moving and when attached the braces do not really show when in place. This also Read More
It will handle the weight you mention. However, it is a good idea to go by Home Depot or a hardware store and pick up a toilet tank brace unit (costs about $5 bucks) to secure the tank and support it from being wobbly as someone sits on it and uses it as a back rest as they squat to do their business. It keeps the tank from moving and when attached the braces do not really show when in place. This also helps to ensure the tank bolts do not crack the porcelain tank when pressure it applied against the tank as someone sits down hard onto the bowl seat. There are videos of this product on YouTube or you can look up toilet tank brace at the Home Depot site to view. No screws necessary to install one and the product has an excellent rating at the store. Read Less
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Wheeling, WV
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September 20, 2015
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420 at my heaviest and normally 400 any other time - this toilet doesn't even flinch. I was worried about the seat but it is still there after at least 2 years now. The lid, however, is flimsy but I really don't sit on the lid nor do I plan to. Also, this toilet is almost impossible to clog. I found this Q&A because I am on here to make sure they still sell it. I want one for our 2nd bathroom. I can't Read More
420 at my heaviest and normally 400 any other time - this toilet doesn't even flinch. I was worried about the seat but it is still there after at least 2 years now. The lid, however, is flimsy but I really don't sit on the lid nor do I plan to. Also, this toilet is almost impossible to clog. I found this Q&A because I am on here to make sure they still sell it. I want one for our 2nd bathroom. I can't speak regarding the warranty but since there was no weight limit that I saw on it or on/with the box I would expect them to make good on it in the event it broke. Read Less
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May 16, 2014
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I'm certainly not the vendor rep or speak for Glacier Bay in any capacity. I'm a homeowner just like you.
My unit easily supports me at 267 lbs. The seat that comes with it, however, is a different matter. While it does support me as well with no issues, I know many folks like there own style and would look at this seat as a pretty flimsy component.
The rest of the unit is well constructed and of Read More
I'm certainly not the vendor rep or speak for Glacier Bay in any capacity. I'm a homeowner just like you.
My unit easily supports me at 267 lbs. The seat that comes with it, however, is a different matter. While it does support me as well with no issues, I know many folks like there own style and would look at this seat as a pretty flimsy component.
The rest of the unit is well constructed and of quality materials from my comparison with American Standard or other name brand manufacturers. Read Less
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Vermont, USA
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April 8, 2014
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Yes it will handle someone of that weight, we have one in our household and it has held up great. Ours doesnt break under this everyday use.
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meadville, pa
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March 17, 2014
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The seat cover that comes with this toilet is VERY flimsy! It's made of plastic but not real durable. I think that will be the only issue for you!
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January 30, 2014
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The toilet will probablly handle the weight, but the flimsy lid will probably not.
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January 13, 2014
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I am 300 pounds and the toilet supports me fine. check with home depot on warranty breakage.
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Lakeland, FL
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November 20, 2013
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The porcelain part of the unit will more than support 350lbs, but I would recommend replacing the supplied seat with an upgraded one. My review of this toilet is less than sterling. DF
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November 19, 2013
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Our manufacturer support team will be able to specify what is covered under the warranty with you. You can speak with them at 800-831-8383 & they will need the toilet model number.
Thank you for reaching out.
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Is this the taller than standard height- "comfort height?"

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Byron Center MI
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October 12, 2015
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According to Consumer Reports a comfort height toilet is over 17-inches from floor to seat. This toilet is under that at 16.25. If you add a handicap toilet seat to a standard type you will be 19" above the floor. For someone like me with two bad knees and a bad hip you'll be unhappy with this low toilet.
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Long Beach California
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August 19, 2015
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Yes, but not significantly so. My wife is 5'1" and is comfortable on it. Actual height is listed in the specs.
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La Mirada, CA
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June 2, 2015
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Yes, the seat is taller - comfort height. That's why I bought it.
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Franklin MA
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March 17, 2015
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Yes it is. It is a comfort height toilet.
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Sebastian Florida
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March 17, 2015
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Yes, it is a few inches taller than the old standard height toilets. You can actually find the height in product description. Great for adults, but my great grandson had a problem, when he was visiting over the weekend..... This model is cheaper in price than 2 other ones that we installed in another home, but it is really a much better toilet, very good flush pressure...
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March 16, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, a comfort height bowl has a bowl height of 16.5'". The bowl height on a standard height toilet is 14.5" - 15.25".
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Distance from the toilet flange bolts to the back of the toilet for clearance needed.

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Due to the fact that the toilets are up on a display rack, I'n not able to measure the distance from the bolts to the back to see if it will fit into a retrofit configuration.

11 inches, 12 inches?
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Corona, CA 92879, USA
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April 8, 2014
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It is standerd 12". If your bathroom measurement is 12" then you have a perfact fit. It your measurement is more than 12" then it will fit little away from your wall but make sure you have enough romm in front of the toilet. If your measurement is less than 12" then good luck with finding other toilet becasue this tiolet will not fit there and it is hard to find tiolets with less than 12" depth.
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March 20, 2014
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The spec. sheet said 12"(with hopefully some space between the wall and the water closet)....BUT I had 13" between the wall and the flange bolts and after installing the toilet had a little less than 1" space between the top of the water closet lid and the wall...which means 12" would have put the water closet tightly up against the wall!
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The spec. sheet said 12"(with hopefully some space between the wall and the water closet)....BUT I had 13" between the wall and the flange bolts and after installing the toilet had a little less than 1" space between the top of the water closet lid and the wall...which means 12" would have put the water closet tightly up against the wall!
Also FYI - Are you aware of the low bowl water level with this toilet? See my review. Read Less
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Edgewood, NM 87015, USA
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March 17, 2014
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By my measurement (my installation) about 11 1/2" from flange bolt to back wall. My bolts are 13" from back wall and I measure 1 1/2" back clearance after installation.
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February 25, 2014
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12" all the boxes are below that have clear drawings.
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January 30, 2014
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Standard toilets are 12 inches, which allows about 1/2 inch clearance behind the tank.
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Elkton, VA 22827, USA
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January 28, 2014
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The distance from the center of the flange bolt is 11 1/2 inches to wall.
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when i flush the water just spin around but if i throw some water in the bowl everything goes away in the toilet

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Los Angeles
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February 21, 2015
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Dave is 100% correct! I was getting ready to replace my toilet and tried his "hold down the handle while the toilet flushes" suggestion, and it works. If everything goes down when you put a bucket of water down the bowl, your drain should be clear. Holding down the handle will cause a bit more pressure on the water, and "solids" will get flushed. Give it a try.
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May 16, 2014
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Not seeing the actual installation, it's very hard to predict the cause. Here are two items I'd look at:
1. Check to make sure the fill valve is adjusted properly so that the right amount of water is in the tank. If the tank is not filling to the proper level, there's not enough water to remove the waste.
2. Make sure the flapper is not closing too fast. Sometimes that's an adjustment and sometimes it's
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Not seeing the actual installation, it's very hard to predict the cause. Here are two items I'd look at:
1. Check to make sure the fill valve is adjusted properly so that the right amount of water is in the tank. If the tank is not filling to the proper level, there's not enough water to remove the waste.
2. Make sure the flapper is not closing too fast. Sometimes that's an adjustment and sometimes it's because of age and it needs to be replaced. If this is a new unit, then it doesn't need to be replaced but probably adjusted.
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Two possible areas to look at.
1. Not enough water. Lift off the top of the toilet tank. Inside is the flushing mechanism. On the right side is the overflow tube. On the side of the overflow tube, near the top is a mark about an inch down labeled 'Water level'. Before flushing the water should be even with that mark. If not, the water level needs to be adjusted per the instructions with the toilet.
Two possible areas to look at.
1. Not enough water. Lift off the top of the toilet tank. Inside is the flushing mechanism. On the right side is the overflow tube. On the side of the overflow tube, near the top is a mark about an inch down labeled 'Water level'. Before flushing the water should be even with that mark. If not, the water level needs to be adjusted per the instructions with the toilet.
2. Clogged pipe. The water may not be running out fast enough due to an obstruction in the pipe. Use a plunger and try to break the obstruction free. If you have small kids, check that a toy hasn't gone down the toilet. After plunging flush several times to make sure the pipe is free. Read Less
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March 17, 2014
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I think your water level in the tank is low. check the manual and should be mark in the tank. mine will do that if you flush before it fills up with water and shuts off. hope this helps.
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March 17, 2014
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As crazy as this sounds ... You must hold the handle down for 2 seconds every time you flush to complete the cycle. At least I do and I purchased 2 of them. Other than that it works GREAT !!!
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 169 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent piece Came with everything we needed to install in our updated bathroom. Handle is slightly finicky, you must push it completely down to flush, but if you "miss flush" you can try again right away. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Design, Great Value and Easy Installation Good Design, Great Value and Easy Installation. Everything is included. July 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible Flush This toilet is the worst. You must hold the handle down for it to flush, Now, no that's not a big deal but it is bothersome. **Biggest Issue.... I hate the water flow when this toilet flushes. (It makes me think of a camp ground toilet, the water just goes straight down.) The water does not rinse the toilet as it flushes. If you used the scrubbing bubbles toilet cleaning stamp or similar project it will not work as the water does not circulate the bowl as it flushes. It is also very tall, I knew it was higher and was ok with that but did not realize it was that much higher. Again my biggest issue is the flushing I do not recommend this toilet and if I hear of anyone shopping for one I would highly advise against this one! August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not Good Tried this a couple months ago. Highly rated & affordable "Best Buy" in CR among elongated tall toilets, seemed like an obvious choice. Was a little unsure about the 1.28 gpf, but again, the ratings were very good. Very unhappy once installed. Noticed it was totally not washing some areas of bowl. Called company, they suggested sometimes holes under bowl ring edge get plugged during manufacturing, take something sharp & poke them out. Sounded easier than uninstalling & returning toilet, so gave it a try. Got one hole unplugged, 2-3 glazed right over that couldn't be poked. Got annoyed...that was THEIR job, not mine! Then started noticing a lot of smaller imperfections in finish in other areas I hadn't noticed before, unlike any toilet I'd ever had. Careless attention to detail. Poor quality control. Uninstalled & returned. NOT HAPPY, not sure how it got such good ratings. August 4, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Flapper gets caught on chain Great height and flush power but my only complaint is that the flapper gets caught on the chain. This causes water to continuously run until someone discovers what has happened. I have found the water running at least a dozen times due to this issue. It's embarrassing having to tell my guests to wiggle the handle after flushing so the flapper doesn't get caught on the chain. July 22, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by have to hold handle down for complete flush I have to hold the handle down for a complete flush. Shorting chain does not help August 5, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Ok toilet; lid is a cheap Glacier Bay is Home Depot's house brand. Lid is a cheap piece of plastic cr*p (no pun intended). Don't expect to actually sit on toilet lid to put on shoes. Lid is for aesthetics only. In retrospect, would pay more attention to lid and may by American Standard if I ever had to do again. For $98, the other stuff works July 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not Buy !!!! I remodeled a house for a person over the last year bought this flush to replaced an old working one . Now the flush has been in use for about 2 months they have been living in the house. come to find out there is a silent leak . their water bill was over a 100 for one month so i have tried to fix it with no luck!!!!! home depot says sorry .SO if i were you i would stay away from this product Remember you get what you pay for spend the extra money don't buy this junk July 12, 2016
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