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  • I've owned it for about a week . This toilet was very difficult to install due to the tiny holes ...
  • May 15, 2018
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I've owned it for about a week . This toilet was very difficult to install due to the tiny holes provided for the bolt access. My sausage fingers would not fit and if not for my 11 year old daughter's slender hands, I would never have gotten them finished. But, that said, it is absolutely gorgeous. And, works beautifully. Gives a clean modern look. Love the dual flush.

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Jeff2818

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  • Just got this installed today. Contractor moved the rough in to exactly 12" from wall as old one ...
  • June 15, 2019
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Just got this installed today. Contractor moved the rough in to exactly 12" from wall as old one was only 10.5". The water valve was low sticks out about 3 1/4" and it just have enough space not touching the skirt. So be sure to check the water valve position and length. Good thing is the water tank is sitting as close as the wall without touch it, maybe 1/4" space left. The toilet looks excellent and flush 'sounds' powerful and quiet. I think it is a good value for this modern style toilet. The compact size 26.5" length is perfect for small bath without going to wall-mount toilet. The sub-lime model has only 24" but reviews said it is actually a round toilet in elongated shape, so it makes this model a better choice.

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HomeDepotCustomer

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  • Rusts!
  • February 29, 2020
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The metal portion of this toilet (the part that attaches the plastic seat to the actual toilet) completely rusted after less than a month of installation. We bought three of these toilets. Now I’m trying to figure out how to contact the manufacturer to send me those round metal pieces. Yay! More work for me!

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elle

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  • This toilet is really nice. It is heavier than a regular toilet but it is one piece so keep that ...
  • March 15, 2019
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This toilet is really nice. It is heavier than a regular toilet but it is one piece so keep that in mind. The nice thing about that is you don’t have to worry about the tank leaking, as there are no bolts in the tank. The dual flush is very nice. I love that option. You don’t have to use as much water on the smaller flush, if you know what I mean. The toilet seat is awesome. It doesn’t bolt on from underneath like the other models. It snaps in and is very easy to adjust to the perfect fit. Soft close is excellent. Now that being said it helps to have two people. Reason is to make sure you are able to line up the bolts that tighten the toilet down. One person needs to lift so as to not let the wax seal touch your floor while the other person looks on the floor to line up the holes for the bolts. You will have to use the side slots in the toilet to tighten up. You won’t be able to get your hands in behind the toilet. There is enough room to get the water line hooked up. I suggest putting the water line on before placing toilet over drain pipe. Now that I have done it once I would definitely buy again. Hope you find this helpful.

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Tuffridin

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  • Very nice looking toilet, they need to make the mounting holes larger pain to install, but not t...
  • June 11, 2018
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Very nice looking toilet, they need to make the mounting holes larger pain to install, but not to bad. Toilet is kind of heavy need 2 people to set on wax ring and mounting bolts. Also the installation holes should be a little larger would make install a lot easier. I would recommend this toilet. In fact I will be buying 2 more. I had it installed in about 1 hour. With larger access holes it would take about 15 minutes.

Johnz

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  • Amazing style and detailed peace, just pray that they do...
  • August 28, 2018

Amazing style and detailed peace, just pray that they do not brake it during shipment, had 3 broken, 1 form Home Depot and 2 from Wayfair, conformable, flush amazingly. Very easy to clean.Their support is great. Just be aware that the marketing pictures are old, and the seat shape has been change to accommodate the easy release seat mechanism. the cylinder shape at the seat opening is now flat, seat does come out super easily for easy clean.Energy efficient small flush works great. the buttons are big/wide so you can flush without hitting the other by mistake like in almost every other toilet.

Fabio

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By: Fabio
  • Ultimately - this toilet looks good, and functions as expected. Once installation was complete, I...
  • January 30, 2019
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Ultimately - this toilet looks good, and functions as expected. Once installation was complete, I was pleased with the finished product (so far). I installed it 2 weeks ago. With that said...take note... Installation of this toilet is definitely not for the squeamish. It takes some ingenuity, lots of patience, and tool trickery. This toilet was not designed by anyone who has ever installed a toilet. There's a 3" x 2" access hole on either side of the toilet base. No normal adult hand can fit into these holes. Lining up the closet bolts thru the toilet anchor holes is a challenge. Any tool that you would typically use to tighten closet bolts on a normal toilet will not work. The closet bolts DO NOT come with this toilet. Normal length bolts were useless. I had to use the longest bolts I could buy, so that they could be guided into place and held with vice grips. One let down is the very cheap plastic toilet seat that is included. And because of the slow-close mechanism, and overall shape - I don't think you can change the toilet seat. It's not horrible, but definitely something you would more expect on a $89 toilet. So, in review... either hire someone (qualified) to do your installation OR be ready to exercise some patience and creativity. Note to DIY people: The instructions direct you to install the wax seal upside down. Don't. The plastic taper on the wax ring goes DOWN - not UP. The instructions direct you to run a full bead of caulk around the underside of the toilet base before setting the toilet in place. Don't.

Shark3136

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  • I am happy with this toilet. Strong flush, very compact....
  • October 26, 2018

I am happy with this toilet. Strong flush, very compact. Install was not a problem for me, but I can see how it would be challenging. The key is to set the toilet on a couple boards that keep it above the bolts while you line it up with the bolt holes then gently step it down.

Daniel

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By: Daniel
  • Great toilet. Such an upgrade to my previous one. Love the one piece design. Never thought a t...
  • July 10, 2018
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Great toilet. Such an upgrade to my previous one. Love the one piece design. Never thought a toilet would be such a conversation piece, but everyone who sees it or uses it wants to talk about it. Also love the dual flush feature.

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johnyonthespot

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By: johnyonthespot
  • This toilet looks good and has an adequate but not...
  • September 28, 2018

This toilet looks good and has an adequate but not powerful flush. The problem with a skirted toiletis that the holes for the mounting bolts are inside the skirt about 9 inches from the rear of the toilet. It is difficult to line up the holes with the bolts when you cannot see the holes and more difficult to screw on the nuts when you can barely reach the bolt by reaching in the back of the toilet. I put masking tape on the floor where the bolts are and on the side of the toilet where the holes are. I put two by fours under each side to hold the toilet off the ground so I could make slight adjustments then I had my wife feel around to line up the bolts and holes. I then removed the board from one side and slowly lowered the toilet onto the bolt then did the same on the other side. With the toilet on the bolts I had to lay on my side, reach in the back only inches from the wall and was barely able to reach the bolt on the opposite side with my finger tips. Someone suggested using a wingnut which made things much easier after a lot of wasted time trying to start and tighten a regular nut you can barely reach with your fingertips. All of this took a lot of time and experimentation. After I was done I noticed that the seat is only about two thirds as wide as my old toilet. This doesn"t bother my wife but annoys me. There is also a lip about 3/4" wide on the toilet lid that goes over the seat when you close it. When the lid is up this digs into your back if you sit up straight ie. the lid is not a flat surface. I also wonder where you will get replacement parts when needed as everything in the tank is different than a conventional toilet and the seat is also different. The flat sides looks nice and are easier to clean but the toilet is such a hassle to mount it would not be worth it to me. After all of this I noticed that the pictures online show an access panel on the side of the toilet to access the mounting bolts but there is no such thing on the toilet. Got it on a daily special and the price was still higher than regular non skirted toilets but when the wife likes the look, what are you going to do?

Robert

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By: Robert