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Cadet Ultra Low Tall Height 2-Piece 0.92/1.28 GPF Dual Flush Right Elongated Toilet in White, Seat Included

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  • Toilet seat included with purchase
  • High flushing performance with ultra low water consumption
  • Tall height design for sitting/standing ease and comfort
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With the Cadet Ultra Low Dual Flush Toilet from American Standard, you don't have to give up performance to conserve water. The Cadet Ultra Low is a low-consumption, dual-flush toilet that offers maximum water savings with the flushing power you want. Its water-efficient operation offers 2 flush options: a 1.28 Gal. flush or 0.92 Gal. flush for optimal performance no matter the job size. This design is also finished with a permanent EverClean surface that makes the toilet easy to clean quickly, while also helping it stay cleaner, longer.
  • High flushing performance with ultra-low water consumption
  • Ultra-efficient, dual-flush operation offers two flush options (0.92 Gal. or 1.28 Gal.)
  • High-efficiency toilet meets WaterSense criteria to conserve water without sacrificing performance
  • Smooth EverClean antimicrobial surface is easy to keep clean even after years of use, inhibiting the growth of stain-and odor-causing bacteria
  • Comfortable, chair-height seat with elongated bowl makes getting on and off the toilet easier
  • Slow-close seat features a seamless design
  • Quick and easy installation - includes all the tools needed for setup
  • Great waste removal with a 2 in. smoothly glazed waste outlet
  • Chrome handle offers a clean, classic touch
  • Saves over 10,000 Gal. of water a year compared to a 3.5 GPF (gallon per flush) toilet
  • 100% factory flush tested for quality
  • Warranty: lifetime on chinaware, 5-year on all mechanical parts, 1-year on seat
  • 12 in. rough-in
  • WaterSense
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Bowl Height without Seat (in.)
Flush Valve Size (in.)
Product Depth (in.)
29.5 in
Product Height (in.)
31.875 in
Product Width (in.)
15 in


Bowl Height
Chair Height
Bowl/Seat Shape
Color Family
Commercial / Residential
Flushing Technology
Siphonic Jet
Flushing Type
Dual Flush
Gallons Per Flush
Handle Location
MaP Performance Rating
Vitreous China
Mount Location
Floor Mount
Product Weight (lb.)
78 lb
Rough In Size
12 inch Rough In
Seat Front Type
Toilet Type
Trapway Diameter (in.)
Trip Lever Location

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime on chinaware, 5 years on all mechanical parts, 1 year on seat

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
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I love this Toilet. We have had for almost a week. The flush is great and keeps the bowl clean. ...
I love this Toilet. We have had for almost a week. The flush is great and keeps the bowl clean. The chair height is exactly what we needed. And the size is compact leaving more leg room. More than met my expectation!
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2 people found this helpful
My best purchased of the year.We got 3 of these.It...
My best purchased of the year.We got 3 of these.It looks so great in our bathrooms. Installing was so easy.The first shipment came quick.The tank cover where flush button is were scratched due to packaging damage.Called American standard directly and they sent replacement immediately.
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Great toilet easy to install. The seat that comes attached is very narrow, still comfortable enou...
Great toilet easy to install. The seat that comes attached is very narrow, still comfortable enough not to need replacement but still very narrow on your bum
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Most Uncomfortable Toilet Seat Ever
The toilet itself works well, the overall design is very sleek and attractive and then you lift the telescoping lid and find an incredibly convex toilet seat thrown in with all those clean lines. Not only is this unappealing aesthetically, but, more importantly, it is incredibly uncomfortable. Like legs falling asleep after two minutes on the toilet uncomfortable. Like sitting on a 'donut,' but one of hard plastic. I just don't understand - it's not hard to make a comfortable toilet seat. Very disappointing. So, we've switched out the toilet seat for a basic one which is especially disappointing as one big reason we chose this model was for the telescoping lid.
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12 people found this helpful
Just because something can be changed doesn't mean it should
So, correct me if I'm wrong, but flush toilets have been around for a long, long time. I daresay that hundreds of millions of 'em have been manufactured, installed, replaced, and they have, for the most part, done what they were designed to do. Why, even replacing the pieces parts in the tank has been refined to the point where doing so isn't much of a chore anymore. Can someone please tell me, then, in view of the above, why in heaven's name American Standard has decided that a normal, easy-to-work-with toilet isn't what red-blooded Americans want any longer. Evidently we now desire, have to have, a toilet that is much, much more complicated and complex. Instead of a handle that lifts a flapper valve, sending water into the bowl, and a valve that then allows water to refill the tank, filling it until it is shut off by that float on a rod that rises to a certain point, or the Fluidmaster style float rises to a point, that incoming water is stopped. So, what did we have? Maybe three or four moving parts that can be easily replaced when needed? So now we are supposed to be happy with a toilet tank that has many parts, including two floats working in tandem, sliding clips (doors, I guess) that need to be adjusted, two flush mechanisms, both needing adjustments and the heavy flush more than one such. Add to the mix an owner's manual that mostly serves to confuse said owner, and causing said owner to wonder "Why on earth did I ever buy this thing?" I can sum this rant up with: IT'S TOO COMPLICATED!!!!! Now, before I am condemned as being, perhaps, slow in the thinking process, let me add that I have many years of building maintenance experience, and I have replaced and repaired dozens of toilets, none of which required me to return and readjust my adjustments. But that's what I had to do with this supposedly "new and improved" model, until I realized that I should flush the manual down the drain (figuratively, of course) and just work with the multitude of adjusting gadgets until I brought it to where it stopped leaking and refilling on its own. Yes, I did finally achieve that goal. But to do so I had to allow quite a bit more water to flow into the tank than the manual recommended. That defeated the water-saving features, I suppose, but by that time I didn't care. I just wanted to get back to my life. Before proceeding to some positive things to say, let me add this thought: Just because something CAN be changed doesn't mean that it SHOULD be changed! Now, to be fair, I must say that there are good things to say about this model. It will flush your bodily wastes. Well, I guess that is just one thing. But it will do that! In spite of it doing reasonably well as a flusher, I could never recommend this toilet to anyone for whom I had any respect or kindly feelings. I'm sure they would hate me for it.
11 people found this helpful
Beautiful Toilet!
As much as one can say "beautiful" to describe a toilet, this actually befits this one. The design is sleek and clean lined and would fit in well with many different design trends, from traditional to modern and industrial, one cannot go wrong with this piece. The function of this toilet is also exceptional, while water saving, which is important to me from an environmental perspective, it is still flushing extremely well with one flush. The dual flush mechanism lets one discern between solids and liquids to be disposed off and accordingly adjusts the water consumption. In the long run this will have an impact on the overall water consumption and saving on the water bill. I really like the height of the toilet, which is extremely comfortable even for and over 6 foot person like my husband. The installation is no problem for the typical do-it-yourselfer, all the necessary tools came included, including a wax ring, which we chose to not use but used a re-usable model instead. Very happy with this toilet!
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15 people found this helpful
A very nice toilet with a couple of quirks
First of all, this toilet comes complete with seat and wax ring for installation, and even includes a plastic wrench for assembly. That's pretty much everything you need to install it, although removing an old toilet can involve rusty old fasteners and may require real tools. It also comes in a very compact package that should fit in most cars. Removing and replacing a toilet is not difficult, if you're halfway handy ( or know someone who is ) you should be able to do it. This toilet dropped right into place on a 50-year-old flange, that interface must have been standardized a century ago. This design is attractively curvy and upright, noticeably taller than the one it replaced, which makes it more comfortable. The dual-flush feature is neat and works - a half-flush for #1, and a full flush for #2. Once it is adjusted properly, you just push to flush, there is no holding required. The tank re-fills surprisingly fast and quiet. But now quirk #1: the flush actuator is a pair of buttons in the center of the tank lid. If you like to keep magazines there ... how much that affects your toilet experience is up to you. I mention it because it is not apparent in the pictures on the website. And now for quirk #2: the seat cover is designed with a lip that surrounds the seat when it is down. See the attached picture. When you lean back, that lip is the first thing you're going to encounter - not exactly ergonomic. It feels strange, and I will probably replace this seat with a more normal one. Oh, and quirk #3: the seat installation instructions bore no resemblance to the actual hardware. But installing a toilet seat is not rocket science, it was not hard to figure out. Other than that, it is a nice solid seat, and the slow-close feature means no loud bangs in the middle of the night. Apart from this nitpicking, this is a really nice toilet that works well.
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14 people found this helpful
Very nice toilet technology!
I’d like to start with a poem… There once was a man from Nantucket who wanted a throne, not a bucket. It was brought by an usher, it was great, a dual flusher, and he counted his savings in gallons. Not sure the poem works, but I really like this “throne.” It looks sleek and the dual flush option will hopefully save water in the long run. The seat closes slowly and quietly once you get it started… nice. It was relatively simple to install and it comes with almost everything you’ll need to install it - wax ring, bolts, valves, seat, hardware, etc. A few bumps I ran into during installation were as follows: 1) The box says “complete toilet;” however, no water supply line is included (not a big deal since I was replacing an old toilet). 2) The plastic tool provided to attach the tank to the bowl, while handy, couldn’t tighten the bolts enough to achieve what the manual states should be “porcelain to porcelain” contact. No worries, I used a ½” socket wrench..."hand tight." 3) The floor tile wasn’t flat, so I had to shim the back with plastic shims (shimming is noted in the back of the manual under Troubleshooting. It should have been mentioned sooner). 4) The toilet seat hardware to attach the seat to the bowl didn’t match the hardware pictured in the instructions. The instructions for the included rubber grommet hardware is supplied on the second page of the toilet seat manual. Just a bit confusing. 5) The directions say to adjust the water level to the fill line on the inside of the tank; however, there is no line on the inside of the tank. I called American Standard and after a 13 minute hold time, I spoke with a nice rep that informed me the water level should be at least ¼” below a “something or other” on the flush valve (my words not hers). I’m only familiar with simple toilets that have a fill valve, float, and rubber flapper, so it took a moment to understand what she was talking about. It would be nice if the manual clearly documented the components of the “guts.” This toilet is a significant upgrade to the 20 year-old “johnny-on-the-spot” it replaced. The technological upgrades are nice, but leave me a bit concerned about eventually having to get replacement parts or make repairs/adjustments. I hope this “big white telephone” lasts forever, but I don’t expect it will. Unfortunately, there are a few parts that are surprisingly plastic; for example, bowl to floor knobs, toilet seat caps, and a hollow toilet seat. I’m also a bit disappointed this American Standard toilet isn't manufactured in the USA, but I suppose that’s sadly the “American standard” these days. The box says, “made in China,” while the top of the porcelain tank lid says, “made in Mexico.” None of this is a deal breaker since this “loo” is well constructed. A silly thing to think about if you like to put knick-knacks, doo-hickeys, tissue boxes, etc. on top of your “can’s” tank cover. Since the dual flusher buttons are on top of the cover (instead of on the side or front of the tank), consider that real-estate “ocupado.”
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29 people found this helpful
Easy Installation, Love the 2-Flusher Design
This toilet came packaged in a box that seemed somewhat small for a toilet! Easy to maneuver the box into the house over the threshold, and then just slid it across the floor closer to the bathroom. All the pieces were in excellent condition, very well padded and nothing chipped or broken. I am not the best at plumbing improvement projects, so I utilized the help of a friend who has more experience and more strength. The installation was very simple and took about two hours including removing the old and unpacking the new. We had a very narrow space to work in, yet I really can't say enough how easily this installed. My favorite aspect of the toilet is the dual flusher located on the top of the tank. One side gives a lighter volume of water in the flush (perfect for no toilet paper or light toilet paper use) and the other side gives a higher volume of water in the flush to ensure everything goes down the drain. The option allows us to save a significant amount of water in the long-run! The toilet has a very sleek look and the elongated seat is comfortable. Even though the flushing buttons are on the top of the tank, I still have room to put a narrow basket to hold extra toilet paper rolls. Very pleased with this toilet and would definitely recommend!
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American Standard Cadet Ultra Low 2-piece 0.92/1.28 GPF Dual Flush Right Elongated Toilet
The Cadet Ultra Low Dual Flush toilet has a very rapid flush action for extremely efficient performance. The plus is the savings you receive with the 2 flush options giving you lower water consumption. There is a permanent EverClean antimicrobial smooth surface that hinders growth of stain and odor causing bacteria. Two great features are the “right height” (just like sitting in a chair) and the “slow close” seat. Installation went smoothly, no issues at all. All tools needed were included in the box for installation. The Cadet toilet even comes with a lifetime warranty on the chinaware, a 5-year warranty on the mechanical parts and a 1-year warranty on the seat.
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