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Kohler 2-Piece Cimarron 1.28 GPF Single Flush Toilet: Elongated $199 or Round

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Home Depot.com has select Kohler 2-Piece Complete Solution Toilets on sale listed below. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping if stock permits. Thanks rsvpd

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Home Depot has select 2-Piece KOHLER Complete Solution toilets (1.28 GPF Single Flush) on sale w/ free store pickup. Notes: Seat is included

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I know Kohler is a pretty legit brand, but Costco has dual-flush elongated single-piece toilets for a regular price of $150. Not a "sale", per se, but if you're looking for those features or if you're not looking to upgrade immediately, it might be good to know.

We've had them installed for a month and haven't had any issues with either of them. They flush great and seem to have a lot of power.
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Saving .32 gallons per flush and paying $70 more for the toilet. Hmmm. Water at my house is about 0.01 per gallon including sewer. $70 would buy 7000 gallons of water / .32, payback is 21,875 flushes. Let's be generous and say it gets flushed 10 times per day, that works out to 2187 days / 365 = 6 years payback. Factoring in the time value of money @ 7% per year (yes, that's actually my average investment return), my $70 investment would be worth $105 which stretches the payback period out another 3 years to 9 years. Not worth it... Slightly better than the payback of putting solar cells on your house. It's a feel good, green thing only not a real money saver. Always do the math!!
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How's this compare to a Ferguson? Does it have a solid sounding BAWOOSH?
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Darn it. This is only a single flush toilet, and I'm looking for a double flush toilet.
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Lmao, no I haven't seen that. And here I thought I had an original idea, damn it. Haha.

That post was golden, thank you.

I'd still prefer my poop axe idea for the longer handle alone. bulb

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Ha! Ever read the story about the poop knife? Hilarious

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Not the nicest looking toilet but American standard I think it's champion 4. It's something 4. I have had 3 of them for about 4 years now and in that time had not a single clog. They have a promotional video dumping 12 golf balls down it and flushing them.
Yep, it's the champion 4. It's pretty incredible. You'd have to be an elephant to plug up that toilet. I've had the toilet for close to 8 years, never has it needed a plunger. Every toilet should be that efficient and powerful.
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Wrong chat?
Mine has 2 USB ports for a power flush.
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Admit, didn't read through ALL the comments ... know that Toto (toilets not the dog) is good, and Kohler has their fans and fan bashers too. I chose Kohler over the others, as I found a couple of their designer ones on clearance (yes, it matters).

BUT (laughing), be aware ... toilets that you get through the "box stores" are not Glazed all the way though, only the bowl is. If bought at a plumbing supply or similar, the bowl, trap, etx is glazed (coated) all the way down (look it up). Same goes for faucets, plastic parts inside most through the box strores, but good copper/metal parts in them if through a true supplier.

Some times paying a bit more is worth it. Smilie Hope that helps.
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Admit, didn't read through ALL the comments ... know that Toto (toilets not the dog) is good, and Kohler has their fans and fan bashers too. I chose Kohler over the others, as I found a couple of their designer ones on clearance (yes, it matters).

BUT (laughing), be aware ... toilets that you get through the "box stores" are not Glazed all the way though, only the bowl is. If bought at a plumbing supply or similar, the bowl, trap, etx is glazed (coated) all the way down (look it up). Same goes for faucets, plastic parts inside most through the box strores, but good copper/metal parts in them if through a true supplier.

Some times paying a bit more is worth it. Smilie Hope that helps.
wet toilet paper is actually more likely to stick to a glazed surface believe it or not, than a rough surface

even toto toilets don't fully glaze the toilet trap, for this very reason. (look it up)
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Has anyone bought the Home Depot Exclusive Glacier Bay 1-piece dual-flush toilet here:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Glaci.../203076918

Our 10 year old toilet doesn't flush (think clogged jets) we have to pour extra water down just to clear toilet paper and pee. I have $175 in GCs and this seems like it has good reviews.
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I've had good luck this the Lowe's $99 toilet (Henshaw White WaterSense Elongated Chair Height 2-Piece Toilet 12-in Rough-In Size https://www.lowes.com/pd/Henshaw-...1000340935). What's the benefit to these (slightly) more expensive toilets? Is it worth spending the extra money? Why?
Bathroom builder here. Because one day you'll shit a hole in your 79$ toilet. And that's not a mess worth dealing with for $100 more. Seriously.

You can buy 12c underwear in bulk, and fart a hole in it. Theres a reason we all buy Hanes at $1 a pop.

Same reason you dont go and spend $10,000 in labor building a bathroom to have a $79 toilet ooslay oopiepay all over your new work.

If you are a DIY, go for it. But again, what's the point in doing it twice, and cleaning up literal poop. Get a real toilet, you dont live in an apartment anymore.


And if you do why tf are you buying a toilet?
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Saving .32 gallons per flush and paying $70 more for the toilet. Hmmm. Water at my house is about 0.01 per gallon including sewer. $70 would buy 7000 gallons of water / .32, payback is 21,875 flushes. Let's be generous and say it gets flushed 10 times per day, that works out to 2187 days / 365 = 6 years payback. Factoring in the time value of money @ 7% per year (yes, that's actually my average investment return), my $70 investment would be worth $105 which stretches the payback period out another 3 years to 9 years. Not worth it... Slightly better than the payback of putting solar cells on your house. It's a feel good, green thing only not a real money saver. Always do the math!!
Holy cow. I feel so good about life right now. Wtf are you doing man. Get outside.
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I have this toilet and I hate it. The $99 Home Depot brand one is so much better in every way. The drain is a odd shape so it makes cleaning difficult. The flushing is horrific, you must press the flustered handle all the way down and hold it there for a second. Seems logic? No every guest that comes to my house half flushes the toilet. And if you get the model with the shorter flush handle your fingers slip off easily making Ti half fresh even more frequently. It's a soft close but only the top lid not the seat lid. Horrible toiled I hate flushing it and cleaning it. I plan on throwing it away soon and replacing it with the $99 top flush hd one. Just my 2 cents
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Saving .32 gallons per flush and paying $70 more for the toilet. Hmmm. Water at my house is about 0.01 per gallon including sewer. $70 would buy 7000 gallons of water / .32, payback is 21,875 flushes. Let's be generous and say it gets flushed 10 times per day, that works out to 2187 days / 365 = 6 years payback. Factoring in the time value of money @ 7% per year (yes, that's actually my average investment return), my $70 investment would be worth $105 which stretches the payback period out another 3 years to 9 years. Not worth it... Slightly better than the payback of putting solar cells on your house. It's a feel good, green thing only not a real money saver. Always do the math!!
So saving water and erasing your carbon footprint while saving a relatively small amount of money and making no lifestyle compromises is bad? Who are these people?
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I have this toilet and it's been fine, but I'll be honest, most Kohler stuff is junk these days. Really sad to see. Moen is so much nicer and easier to install and they give you tools and easy installation guides. Some finance geek is probably at Kohler just bleeding the company in productivity. Very sad.
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