Kohler K-6925-G9 Adair One-Piece Elongated 1.28 Gpf Toilet with Aqua Piston Flush Technology and Left-Hand Trip Lever, Sandbar
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- One-piece toilets integrate the tank and bowl into a seamless, easy-to-clean design
- Grip-Tight Cachet Q3 functionality allows seat to close quietly and quickly unlatch from the toilet for easy removal and convenient cleaning
- Water Sense toilets meet strict EPA flushing guidelines, including using at least 20 percent less water than 16-gallon toilets
- Aqua Piston canister allows water to flow into the bowl from all sides (360 degrees), increasing the power and effectiveness of the flush
- Durable canister design has 90-Percent less exposed seal material than a 3-inch flapper, for leak-free performance
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Amazon.ca Product Description
An excellent value, the Adair toilet features a striking organic design inspired by the windswept rock formations of Sedona, Arizona A slim tank and pared-down oval forms make this compact, high-efficiency toilet perfect for smaller spaces A 1.28-gallon flush provides significant water savings of up to 16,500 gallons per year, compared to a 35-gallon toilet, without sacrificing performance.
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An excellent value, the Adair toilet features a striking organic design inspired by the windswept rock formations of Sedona, Arizona. A slim tank and pared-down oval forms make this compact, high-efficiency toilet perfect for smaller spaces. A 1.28-gallon flush provides significant water savings of up to 16,500 gallons per year, compared to a 3.5-gallon toilet, without sacrificing performance.
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For water saving toilets of 1.28 gallon per flush, the biggest concerns are clean flushing and no plug up of the toilet. I like the piston canister flushing system without the swirling. The newest toilets have swirl flushing which attempts to create a cyclone effect during flushing. I don't like swirling because I think the rail (ridge) for the water to swirl around would reduce the downward gravitational force of the flush water, and there is too little water in a flush to create a strong cyclone anyway.
I received the toilet on 6/13/2018, installed it the next day by a professional plumber. The installation went smoothly, and it worked great so far: Flush solid waste in 1 flush every time with strong downward force. Although 1 flush would always work (so far), I intended to do a second flush for solid waste just to make sure solid waste is not stuck somewhere in the pipe where it cannot be seen. Will update this review if there is any problem in the future.
In case you are wondering where the toilet was made: it was made in Mexico.