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Dual-flush toilet at Sams Club $98 complete

tuvanhillbilly 75 October 6, 2008 at 05:44 AM in Home & Home Improvement More Sam's Club Deals
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I was doing my weekly shopping at Sams Club on Saturday and they had just brought in a pallet of dual-flush "toilet in a box". They are selling it for $98.62 for the complete setup. I've been looking for a dual-flush system for a while and all I have found is the Toto for almost $400 and a Kohler for almost $250-- and those would have been special orders with high shipping costs included. I got one and installed it that same day, and the build quality, "heft" and performance seems to be just as good as the Kohler low-flow it replaced. They only had one pallet of them at my Sams, so I don't know if this is a one-time deal or if they will start stocking it. Here is a link for full info. [samsclub.com]
Again this is a dual-flush system with two buttons on the tank, one for liquid waste (a half-flush,basically) and one for solid (a full flush). I can see that this is going to save me quite a bit on water.
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If it's yellow let it mellow. If it's brown flush it down
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This toilet is EPA WaterSense rated, which means it not only uses 20 percent less water than the traditional commode, but also can flush large amounts. In testing, this toilet was able to consistently flush 900 grams of solid waste and eight feet of toilet paper. Humans don't normally produce more than 250 grams of waste.

You can learn more about 100's of toilet models' performance here:

http://www.allianceforwatereffici...-main.aspx

High Efficiency toilets typically sell for over $200.
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Take my word for it: spend the extra money and get a Toto Drake.

I just changed one of my toilets out and did a lot of research on them over the last few weeks. Even changed the toilets out a few times after they did not perform as well as expected. You cannot beat a Toto, and the Drake is the top rated model.

Worth every penny.
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sounds like a heck of a deal
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Pray where is thy button ?
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I just replaced a 30 year old toilet with an American Standard Compact Cadet3 Right Height One Piece... 1.28 flush

Had special requirements: under countertop tall, elongated bowl, 1000 MaP or better (flush performance), ADA compliant height, 14" rough in.

This toilet is only a 12", but its designed to fit in the same space as a round bowl... which it does exactly.

Excellent toilet for $278 from LOWES. Use a 10% off to sweeten the deal.

Kohler Cimmeron One piece is $329 from Home Depot, which is the next closest. 1.6 flush.

Toto Loyd was well over $900 for the same setup.

This toilet was too tall (over 30" in height) and the flush button was on top... no good for my use. Specks are nice though, so this should be a good deal!
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cr@ppy deal!
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Wow. On the link above, that Toto Drake is rated at 900 on flushing. Our constant clogger is rated at 175.

I think it's time for a change!

Clicking on this post made my day! You have no idea.
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That does seem like a good deal for a toilet-in-a-box. Is this a Sam's Club exclusive, or are they sold anywhere else for price comparison?
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Save water with a upper decker...
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Frown was hoping this was two-seater...
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Quote from tuvanhillbilly View Post :
Again this is a dual-flush system with two buttons on the tank, one for liquid waste (a half-flush,basically) and one for solid (a full flush). I can see that this is going to save me quite a bit on water.
Where I come from 1.1 gal is not half of 1.6 gal.

Unless you need a new crapper anyway, it will take a very long time to save $100 only saving a 1/2 gallon of water a few times a day.
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Quote from gomike View Post :
Where I come from 1.1 gal is not half of 1.6 gal.

Unless you need a new crapper anyway, it will take a very long time to save $100 only saving a 1/2 gallon of water a few times a day.
Calm down, he said a half-flush basically, not exactly half of a flush. It's still uses significantly less water than a full flush. And it's not all about saving money, it's also about being responsible with water usage. If you need a new toilet anyway, why not go ahead and get one that saves water? He's not suggesting that you immediately go out and replace every single toilet in your house just because you can.
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