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KOHLER Toilets: Highline Arc w/ Slow-Close Seat from $149, Santa Rosa Comfort Height $289 at Home Depot + Free Store Pickup [local rebates up to $100 may be avail]

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Home Depot has select KOHLER toilets (1.28 GPF) in White on sale w/ free store pickup.--------------
Consumer Rebates may be available in certain municipalities, up to $100 when replacing an older toilet (pre-1995). >> Home Depot Rebate Center [homedepot.com] - filter by: Category = Toilets, Brand = Kohler
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Thanks for the heads up, you just got me $180 from my local water utility!! Didn't know about the rebate here in Dallas, just bought 2 of the Kohler Santa Rosa from Home Depot last week for $289/ea.
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Thanks for the heads up, you just got me $180 from my local water utility!! Didn't know about the rebate here in Dallas, just bought 2 of the Kohler Santa Rosa from Home Depot last week for $289/ea.
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comfort height sucks. pooping should be as close to squatting as possible.
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comfort height sucks. pooping should be as close to squatting as possible.
Squatty Potty
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comfort height sucks. pooping should be as close to squatting as possible.
I agree. Someone convinced me to buy the Champion (yes real name) from Home Depot, And while yes it's powerful, it is mighty uncomfortable
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comfort height sucks. pooping should be as close to squatting as possible.
I read somewhere a while back that if you put a small step where your feet are that it helps with that issue, raising your feet just a bit. Probably not the most elegant or ideal solution, but at least worth a temporary try.
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comfort height sucks. pooping should be as close to squatting as possible.
When you are older and have back/hip pain, you can't get up easily with regular height toilet. With comfort height, the extra couple inches make it less pressure on your joints and muscles.

I just have 2 new comfort height toilets installed and I speak of my own experience. Yes, my wife and kids think my toilets sit too tall.
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Whats the regular price on these Highline Arc toilets?
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comfort height sucks. pooping should be as close to squatting as possible.

By all means, rip out your toilet and install a squatter. Some of us prefer comfort height--especially those of us with bad knees. I once had to rescue someone's grandma from a squatter and that terrible episode has scarred me for life. EEK!
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When you are older and have back/hip pain, you can't get up easily with regular height toilet. With comfort height, the extra couple inches make it less pressure on your joints and muscles.

I just have 2 new comfort height toilets installed and I speak of my own experience. Yes, my wife and kids think my toilets sit too tall.
Instead of making uncomfortable for other family members, consider installing grab bar. Potty should be low, unless all are 6+ feet taller
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My dad worked his whole life as a handy man, and he told me not to buy Kholer toilets. His experience has been that over the last 10 years the quality in them has dropped and it's a brand that he gets called back the most for problems. He'll install them when clients ask, but never recommends them. That's not to say everything they make is no good. He says their faucets are good stuff. Not going to recommend any alternatives as I'm not here selling anything, just want to give my dads advice.
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My dad worked his whole life as a handy man, and he told me not to buy Kholer toilets. His experience has been that over the last 10 years the quality in them has dropped and it's a brand that he gets called back the most for problems. He'll install them when clients ask, but never recommends them. That's not to say everything they make is no good. He says their faucets are good stuff. Not going to recommend any alternatives as I'm not here selling anything, just want to give my dads advice.
Curious, which type get the least callback?
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Kohler toilets have valve issues in the flushing mechanism. You may end up shelling out another $30 to replace the "guts" of this toilet.
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I have a Kohler Cimmaron and have not had issues and have been impressed with the power. Wondering what the major difference is between the Highline Arc and the Cimmaron, other than $50? Having said that, Kohler products scare me because their quality is noticeably terrible these days. Moen is usually my go-to for faucets, etc.
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