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Do Kohler 1.28 toilets flush well compared to Toto's?

Posted by whiteycat (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 24, 13 at 20:16

I went to a plumbing showroom yesterday and of course, they do not supply Toto's since they are a Kohler showroom. grrrr The salesperson told us that all Kohler toilets are now 1.28. You can no longer get the 1.6 Kohler toilet because Kohler is dropping them due to the restrictions soon to come down from the EPA.

At this point I would prefer a Toto 1.6 flush over a Kohler 1.28 flush. But being in a smaller city, I am having a hard time finding plumbers or showrooms selling Totos. If I have to order a Kohler, then I am stuck with only the 1.28. I am wondering how well 1.28 Kohler toilets flush? Does anyone here have one? Or know how well they flush or do not flush???

I know that I can order Toto's online and have them installed. Not sure I want to go that route just yet.

Thanks for any info or advice. :)

This post was edited by whiteycat on Mon, Nov 25, 13 at 10:59

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RE: Do Kohler 1.28 toilets flush well compared to Toto's?

I just ordered the Toto from Amazon with no taxes ans shipping fees . It was delivered and put in my garage . It's the Toto drake 1.6 . I have both the 1.28 and 1.6 in Amercan standard , Toto and kholer . Out of the three I like better the 1.6 . That is my opinion .

RE: Do Kohler 1.28 toilets flush well compared to Toto's?

Thanks for your input, Lillo!

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