It’s different than toilets your used to. The best thing...
September 17, 2019
It’s different than toilets your used to. The best thing is it’s shape which keeps it cleaner and makes it very easy to clean. Most toilets expose the surface where the toilet bolts in and gravity is always dropping dust hair and other contaminants. Also the flush is strong thorough and efficient.
Read reviews for weeks and finally decided on this Kohler toilet. I could not be happier with it!...
September 26, 2019
Read reviews for weeks and finally decided on this Kohler toilet. I could not be happier with it! Installed in about two hours and looks beautiful. The smooth sides make it a cinch to clean, and the flat topped tank accommodates a box of facial tissues nicely. I was not planning on spending $50 over my budget, but the other reviews showing cracks in other brands justified my choice. I shop all brands for my newly remodeled bathroom, but all of my fixtures are Kohler. Didn't plan it that way, but I am so happy with my choices. The extra glaze in the bowl and the powerful flush action make this a winner.
The only reason I'm giving this 4 stars instead of 5 is that the included seat is extremely uncom...
March 08, 2019
The only reason I'm giving this 4 stars instead of 5 is that the included seat is extremely uncomfortable. That opinion is shared by everyone that has used it, so it's not a personal problem of mine. Other than that, it's a clean, simple design, easy to install and works well. It would be an even better value if you didn't need to replace the seat.
I bought two of these toilets. They look great. Pretty easy to install. Stay relatively clean (we also clean them once a week). My problem is they both are leaking from underneath and I can’t figure out where they are leaking from. The first toilet started leaking a couple months after install. I took that one off observes that the underneath is wet (no cracks). The plastic piece was fun and. No leaks around the flange. No after about 6 months the second one has water coming from underneath in the exact same way. Can’t find the leak and the toilet is not running. Now both the leaks are very minor (basically I can see it a little bit in the grout lines of the tile). Underside of the toilet is wet. For $250 per toilet I’ll try to figure it out as I’m just not throwing them out.