Kohler Veil toilet, photo: courtesy Kohler
1 ] Cleanliness is the American Standard Vormax line’s top priority. Each model is designed to get rid of all splatter, skid marks, and clinging waste in a single 1.28-gallon flush. The CleanCurve Rim, which does not overhang the bowl, prevents buildup in an area that traditionally is more difficult to clean.
2 ] Designed to fit most toilets, the Washlet C100 is Toto’s entry-level washlet. It offers several features that are all activated using the attached control panel. Features include an oscillating, warm water cleanser; a heated seat; and an automatic air deodorizer. The C100 also mists the toilet bowl before every use.
3 ] The Sanicompact toilet from Saniflo is a combination of a vitreous china toilet bowl and macerator/pump in one compact unit. The toilet has a dual-flush system designed to conserve water: one flush option uses just 1 gallon per flush (gpf), and the other uses 1.28 gpf. At 14.5 inches wide and 21.5 inches deep, the Sanicompact—as it’s name suggests—is made to fit in tight spaces, such as attics, pool houses, basements, and garages.
4 ] Kohler’s one-piece Veil also functions as a bidet and includes a warm-air dryer, an automatic air deodorizer, and a seat that’s both heated and motion-activated. The dual-flush system uses either 1.28 gallons or 0.8 gallons of water per flush.
5 ] Mansfield’s Brentwood HET (high-efficiency toilet) uses just 1.28 gallons of water per flush compared with the original Brentwood toilet, which uses 1.6 gallons per flush. The HET model has an elongated bowl and a 16.5-inch seat height, which is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.