Hi, this is a video review of my toilet from bathkeep.com. For bathkeep.com tonight, we are demonstrating the Kohler K-3493-0 Highline Classic Pressure Lite Comfort Height Elongated 1.6 gallon per flush Toilet with Left-Hand Trip Lever
A newly designed Pressure Lite(TM) toilets raise the bar for exceptional bulk flushing performance. This Highline(TM) Pressure Lite elongated toilet with left-hand trip lever, with its 1.4-gallon flush, provides a water savings of 2,000 gallons per year to save and cut down on water costs.
As you can see here, we have the white model, with a seat ( KOHLER K-4636-0 Cachet Quiet-Close with Grip-Tight Bumpers Elongated Toilet Seat, White) . It’s a fairly good-sized bowl, not too small so as to be uncomfortable, but large enough not to take up too much space.
Here we can demonstrate the flushing ability of the toilet. You can hear the sound. It does have a fairly strong suction to make sure it cleans out all of the feces left behind and the only sound you hear now is the water refilling the tank. It refills the tank fairly quickly and does a good job with dispelling all liquids and solids left in the toilet.
As you can see, it’s got a smooth, elongated design that fits in perfectly in our bathroom here in our house and we’re very satisfied with our Kohler K-3493-0 Highline Classic Pressure Lite Comfort Height Elongated 1.6 gallon per flush Toilet with Left-Hand Trip Lever.
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This is a review of my toilet for bathkeep.com. It’s the Kohler K39990 White 1.28 GPF two-piece comfort height elongated toilet with a 12 inch rough in from the high-line collection. As you can see here is the toilet itself right here.
I already have the lid off the tank because you can see these cabinets are in the way so this makes it easier to tape. This is what the lid looks like. So I’m going to give you a view on everything on the toilet.
Here is what the inside of the tanks looks like. And then here we are there’s the base of it. It has a very easy open lid, no noises and same thing goes for the actual seat lid. So what I am going to do now is flush the toilet with this left hand lever right here. As you can see the water shoots straight back.
The only distinct sound you have this is the gurgle when the water goes back and you have a slight hissing as water fills the toilet back up. You can barely see it but it’s coming from the sides. What is so great about the 1.28 GPF toilet is that it goes in standard with the Environmental Protection Agency and also unlike older toilets that can hold up to 4 gallons of water this toilet holds more than half less.
This can save someone up to 16,000 gallons of water a year which is great because then you can utilize that water for something different and more useful. This toilet will run someone about $240 and I like it because it is very comfortable seating.
The seat as you can see is rather large so it’s capable for all sizes. On top of that the height of it makes it easy for all to sit down on. Young, old, short, tall. It also has a class 5 flush system which is top of the line. In all I love this toilet. The only thing about it is that it takes a little longer to refill because it is slower. So that is all I have for you today on this toilet.
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The Delta Prelude 2 piece toilet is beautifully designed for easy installation, maximum flush and water savings.
Out of 214 reviewers, this Delta Prelude received 4 and half stars.
Reviewers have said the Delta Prelude is “Best Bang for the Buck,” “Comfortable Height, Modern Look,” “Great Toilet for the Money; Easy to Install!”
This Delta Prelude toilet features a SmartFit tank-to-bowl connection. This technology eliminates potential leak points and the fear of over-tightening bolts. All while adding stability to the tank and making for an easier installation process. The Dimensions of this Delta Prelude are: 27 x 17 x 33 inches ; 94 pounds
The Prelude round front bowl offers a classic design, comfortable chair height with maximum flushing performance. At 1.28 gpf, this WaterSense-approved model provides significant water savings without sacrificing performance. No additional tools are required to assemble and install this complete toilet.
The Complete kit includes: tank and bowl, toilet seat, wax ring, installed no-leak tank bolts, mounting hardware, installation multi-tool and instructions
The Flush Quick, powerful and incredibly silent. The great thing about this water saving toilet is that it comes equipped with a 5-year flushing mechanical parts warranty, Limited lifetime chinaware warranty and a 1-year toilet seat warranty.
My personal experience with the Delta prelude has been great. The seat is at a good height and the rounded front allows for ultimate comfort. It was easy to install with proper tools included and instructions.
Another highlight of the Delta Prelude is the Water Sense element. Water Sense is a program devoted to saving water. By choosing products with the Water Sense label, like the Delta Prelude, I am taking simple steps to save water every day.
When I bought this product that is particularly partnered with Water Sense, I was eligible for a full rebate because I was dedicated to benefiting the environment with this purchase. See eligibility details in a store near you.
Inside the tank includes an 3 inch flapper valve, which allows more water and air to pass through. This is what creates the powerful flush in the Delta Prelude. The total height of the rounded front bowl prelude is 32.92 in. The total width is 17.11 in.
This is my complete review of The Delta Prelude 2 piece 1.28 gpf toilet for bathkeep.com
Hey guys, today I’m going to be talking about my toilet seat which is from American Standard, and it’s already about 10 years old. This model has been stopped, so click here if you are looking for a top rated american standard toilet.
The over looks, it just look really nice and glossy, and the color is pearl white. Also the shape is not circular like most toilets. We chose it because of its modern design, its more of a square-ish shaped, so it looks really nice. Also well-designed. You can also get more information from bathkeep.com.
So as you can see the bottom part is really small so it does not take up much space. It’s really space-saving and it’s not bulky and big.
For this model, the toilet lid is really light. So you don’t have to worry about your kids lifting it up or down, which is really safe.
This model is called American Standard PZ clean toilet seat. It kills bacterias on the toilet seat. The protection lasts the life of the product which is really really long. Also it has 24 hours hygiene protection with the MicroBan technology. A special coating that prevents bacterias from interfering you.
This is the flusher, it’s silver chromium in color. It’s really easy to press so you don’t need much strength on it. So as you can see the water flushes down really quickly and also does not make loud noises which is really good.
The pumper is really big compared to other models which is really good because it draws water fast. You could see as the water rise up. Also with the clogging issue, I’ve never had any clogging issue with this toilet because even though it is 10 years already. Because it’s just really good the water system and everything.
I would recommend it to other buyers because overall, the quality is really good. Also the height is just right it does not provide discomfort at all.
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I’m going to go over steps on how to remove a toilet, and the first step is we want to shut of the water from the shut off valve underneath the toilet itself. So to shut off the valve, it’s just a matter of turning clockwise the handle on the valve, and this is a nice tool. If you have a valve that’s very hard to turn the handle, this is Ridgid Faucet and Sink Installer. It has different size fittings, and one of them is a fitting that will go around the handle and allow you to very easily turn off a valve. And what’s nice about this is it actually allows you to grab this with a wrench. If it were very difficult to turn, you could connect a wrench here, and it’ll give you more torque.
Once the valve is off, we’re just going to flush the toilet. Hold the handle down so as much water as possible gets out of the tank. Then we’re going to plunge out all excess water out of the bowl because when you pick this up, the trap inside will spill the water if it’s uneven. So I want to get as much water as I can out of the bowl. Now we’re going to remove the supply line from the shut off valve up to the fill valve on the tank. So I’m just using a pair of channel locks. I’m going to grab the top of that supply line and turn it counter-clockwise, and I’d also put a small pan underneath this because there’s going to be a little bit of water in this supply line here.
So we’ll just loosen this up and disconnect the supply line from the fill valve. Now we’re going to remove the nubs that are holding down the toilet to the flange. So just by removing that decorate cap, we’re going to put some sort of adjustable wrench on this nut. I just picked this up. These are Husky Adjustable Socket, and this will actually adjust to 22 different sizes, metric and standard. I really like them because you can just lay it on a nut, give it a twist and it locks in like that. So just a very nice tool for any size nut. And so you can see what’s happening is the whole bolt is actually turning. So whoever put this toilet on, they did not lock down this bolt with an extra stainless steel washer and nut because, as you see this thing move, you see how rusted it is.
So now this is going to be a bit of a troubleshooting tip. We’re going to first grab this with a pair of locking pliers and see if we can get this loosened up. And if that doesn’t work, we’re going to have to cut this off with a hacksaw. So to help free up this nut, I’m going to first spray it with a little penetrating oil and let it set for a few minutes, and hopefully that will help loosen this up. So I’m going to take these locking pliers and lock them to the top of this bolt, and we’ll see if that allows us to turn this. And it’s not.
So what I’m going to have to do and just take a hacksaw blade, and I’ll hack right underneath that nut and take the whole bolt off. So I’m going to leave the locking pliers on that bolt so we can wedge this tight, and I’m just going to take a hacksaw blade. And underneath that nut, I’m just going to work all the way through. And if you don’t want to lose the handle on the blade, you can just use the blade itself. You can use a pair of leather gloves.
So we’re just going to cut through the bolt and see what the other wise of the bolt looks like. So the bolt on the other side of the toilet is also spinning, so I’ll show you an easy way of how to get into a hard to reach area. So I just take a hacksaw blade with leather gloves and I just get on the bottom of the nut. And we’re just going to work on top of this washer and on the bottom of the nut. And I’m just going to work it until we cut through that bolt. With all you’re doing, it may seem like you’re never going to get through it. But if you’re just persistent, you can see that you can cut right through this.
You’re now going to be able to pull up the toilet. So once you’ve removed your nuts and cut through your bolts, it’s a matter of lifting it up and setting it off. I always have some newspaper or some cardboard to set it on, and you always want to keep the toilet level because in that trap, if you tilt the toilet, it’s going to spill water out of that trap. So it’s just a matter of lifting it straight up and removing it. And that’s all there is to removing a toilet.