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Looking for a low flow pink toilet

Posted by fori (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 2, 14 at 21:03

Hello! I may be required to modernize my classy pink potty to a low flow model and apparently they went out of fashion about 50 years ago. It seems that Gerber did a pink recently that is discontinued but I might be able to locate one. Are there other pink toilet options I might consider?

Kohler's "innocent blush" is far too innocent to fit into my pink bathroom.

Are Gerber toilets okay?

Any suggestions are most appreciated. Thanks!


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RE: Looking for a low flow pink toilet

Peerless Pottery makes some pink toilet models. No idea of function. The Gerber Viper is discontinued in pink?

It's really a shame that companies are dropping a lot of colors at a point where I think there is a (slight?) uptick in interest in midcentury bathrooms. Kohler d/c 'ed a pale blue and a pale yellow in 2012 and just dropped the Ice Grey and Innocent Blush options on a lot of fixtures.

Here is a link that might be useful: Peerless.


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RE: Looking for a low flow pink toilet

According to Pam at the link below, Gerber was the choice. You may wish to dig deeper into the archives there.

Here is a link that might be useful: Save the pink bathrooms


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RE: Looking for a low flow pink toilet

Thanks! I knew about the Gerber but not the Peerless. Who names these toilets, anyway? Peerless has a model called The Predator!!! As good as Gerber's VIPER!

My mom told me to look out for and avoid squatting over a (pit) viper out in the boonies...I should call my mother....


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