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Old 02-16-2013, 02:09 PM   #1
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Toto toilets

Need to replace a couple of toilets. Buddy of mine recommended Toto brand. Any opinions?
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Old 02-16-2013, 08:01 PM   #2
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I don't know anything about that brand,but I've replaced all 3 of mine with handycap toilets just because they're a little taller than a standard.Mine are Kohler,are 8 years old,and will flush a watermelon.The handycap is the only way to go.Regular crappers look like kiddy poopers now.
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Both of my sister in laws sell high end home finishes and first thing they said the first time they visited my house was I can't believe you have Toto toilets.

They do the job not sure if they are better or not but work well.
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I don't know anything about that brand,but I've replaced all 3 of mine with handycap toilets just because they're a little taller than a standard.Mine are Kohler,are 8 years old,and will flush a watermelon.The handycap is the only way to go.Regular crappers look like kiddy poopers now.
I have 2, talked my son into getting one for his place, his wife >was< against it at first but loves it now, he is 6'4" and no more knees under chin....WW
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Old 02-17-2013, 07:21 AM   #5
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The tall ones and nearby grab bars get much handier as the years roll by!
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Thanks for the help guys. Only place I could find Toto in Houston was some high-dollar showrooms. Ended up buying a couple from Coburn's in Galveston (they stock the basic models) and went with the handicapper model. Much cheaper.

Already notice a difference in "low-end torque" with the taller model. I paid around $200 each. They flush noticeably better.

Craig
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I have done home repairs and Toto is one of the best you can buy. Buy it once and you are done for a lifetime. Tom Tyan recommends them and that is good enough for me.
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