When it comes to choosing a new toilet, there are some great options to choose from and some important things to watch out for. Flush options, one piece and two piece toilets, bowl design, water consumption, smart features, and flushing power are just a few things you need to keep in mind.
Best Toilet Reviews - [Best-Selling Models]
Take the time to read our buying guide and reviews of some of the best toilets on the market, and then choose the toilet that's perfect for you.
1. Top Pick - Best Seller
Toto MS604114CEFG#01 UltraMax II Toilet
- Why we like it: A high efficiency model with a quiet yet powerful flush and just 1.28 gallons per flush.
One of the best toilets we reviewed is this TOTO Ultramax II: a high efficiency toilet with water sense and the powerful TOTO Tornado Flush system. For the price, this toilet is a great option from a trusted brand.
The Toto Ultramax 2 is available in bone, colonial white, cotton, cotton white, and Sedona beige, but the wide color range isn't the only thing this model has going for it. Unique to this model, which is the only product on this list to offer it, is the cotton white two-pack. Consumers can save money purchasing two toilets rather than buy them separately. This is ideal for customers who need multiple toilets in a building, or for customers who need a toilet in more than one home.
Consumption-wise this high-efficiency model only uses 1.28 gallons of water per flush, yet manages to make flushing powerful and quiet. You can have confidence knowing that every time you flush, it won’t rock the walls.
Toto used a universal height to make this model perfect for users of all sizes, giving them the most comfortable seating ever on a toilet. The elongated bowl uses double-cyclone flushing technology and combines it with SanaGloss so that no matter how much waste is in the bowl, it's fully cleaned each and every time. SanaGloss technology is smooth and one of the prettiest finishes to look at, while still being ultra-functional.
The toilet weighs 99 pounds and measures 28.375 × 16.5 × 28.75 inches. Enjoy the 1-year limited warranty and feel safe knowing that Toto supports the Ultramax line very well. Its first product on the list shows that Toto are a force to be reckoned with and that the Ultramax line is very respectable.
- Read the full review: Toto Ultramax II Toilet
2. Runner Up
WoodBridge T-0001 Toilet
- Why we like it: A dual flush elongated one piece with a powerful flushing system that can remove waste easily.
The Woodbridge one piece dual flushing toilet is a toilet that combines luxury and simplicity in one. Designed with a siphon flushing system and a glazed bowl that prevents sticking, the Woodbridge T-0001 consumes between 1 and 1.6 gallons of water per flush, making it a WaterSense certified toilet.
Designed with a stainless-steel nozzle, the Woodbridge T-0001 dual flush comes in an all-in-one package with a pre-installed toilet seat, wax ring, and floor bolts. Made with ceramic, the Woodbridge one-piece comes in eight different varieties.
As a comfort height toilet, this is ideal as an accessible toilet or for those who want a toilet that makes sitting and standing safe and strain-free. A soft-closing lid adds to its functionality and is an added safety feature for children. The dual flush design means that users can save water based on solid or liquid waste.
For consumers looking for style and simplicity, the Woodbridge T-0001 is an easy install toilet that means one can do it themselves rather than have it professionally installed.
The Woodbridge T-0001 is a smart choice for anyone looking for a model that combines quality, dual flush efficiency, and functionality in one stylish product.
Read the Full Review: WoodBridge T-0001
3. Powerful Flush
Toto CST744SG#01 Drake Toilet
- Why we like it: A contemporary high-profile design with durability that's made it a household favorite.
Toto shows up again on the list with this great performer with both a quiet and powerful flush with a mid-range price tag. The Toto Drake elongated bowl is cleaned with every flush, thanks to the superior SanaGloss technology that gives the product a smooth ion barrier that shines even after years of use. This means less cleaning for you and more time spent enjoying your new purchase.
If you prefer it when waste gets flushed quickly, you’ll like this one. The Drake is very fast due to the combination of a 2-inch flush valve and G-max flushing system. G-max is this toilet’s biggest feature, and consumers will love how quietly and quickly it gets rid of whatever is in the toilet, all the while keeping it clean.
This is a commercial grade flush that has been used with a lot of other appliances. Toto also spent extra time on the 2.125-inch trapway to ensure that this toilet offers an experience worth its price. It weighs 103 pounds and the product dimensions are 28 × 19.5 × 28.5 inches to make the overall size comfortable for most users.
There are some interesting features in this Toto model that will make it appealing to customers that want a great toilet but don’t want to break the bank.
4. Best Compact Toilet
Saniflo 023 Sanicompact Toilet
- Why we like it: A tankless design that can fit in smaller-than-average bathrooms without seeming cramped.
Next on our list is this Saniflo Sanicompact model, which is a bit cheaper than other designs but has impressive features. Its tankless design means it can fit in smaller-than-average bathrooms without seeming cramped. It has vertical pumping up to 9 feet and horizontally up to 100 feet, allowing for a sink connection. Using this model with a well-situated sink in the correct setup will give you the most space possible.
Green users will be impressed that it only uses 1 gallon per flush, which is incredible considering it gets rid of all waste in just a single flush. And Saniflo didn't skimp on design either: this model is stylish all over, and even includes chrome hinges.
This small toilet only weighs 62.2 pounds and measures 18.2 × 14.5 × 15.8 inches, but is comfortable for all sized adults and children. It is pure porcelain and it looks the part even after extended use in a full family environment. Electric toilets like these are really the way forward, and with Saniflo introducing a model that is vastly cheaper than Toto’s, it's pretty attainable for a lot of consumers.
The Sanicompact may not have all of the features of the Neorest, but it is still easily among the top 5 on our review list.
- Read the full review: Saniflo 023 SANICOMPACT 48
5. Best Smart Toilet
Toto MS992CUMFG#01 Neorest
- Why we like it: A great eco-friendly model that uses minimal water to efficiently flush, and requires fewer harsh chemicals to clean.
Moving up in price from Saniflo’s Sanicompact you’ll find the Neorest 700H, which offers Toto's proprietary eWater+ technology. This built-in feature uses the incoming water supply to mist the interior surface before waste can adhere to it. After each flush, the system similarly mists the bowl to help keep it cleaner for longer. This adds to the unit’s eco-friendliness in that not only does it use minimal water to efficiently flush, but it requires fewer harsh chemicals to clean.
While only available in cotton white, the 700H offers luxurious conveniences such as a temperature-controlled heated toilet seat, hands-free automatic flush, and a remote control. The compact design of this unit places its seat at the ideal height for a person to comfortably sit and rise from the seated position. Additionally, the Neorest 700H combines water siphoned from its reserve tank with your home’s water supply to achieve a highly efficient but powerful flushing action. This feature means that the flushing system is not impacted by the water pressure of the building it's in.
If you live on the upper floors of a high-rise or other building where both space and water pressure are at a premium, this could be the toilet for you.
6. Best Round-Bowl Toilet
Toto CST743ER 01 Eco Drake Toilet
- Why we like it: A standard round bowl and nice design for compact needs.
Toto is best known for making high-end toilets with amazing features, but even when they make a basic functional unit, you can be sure it'll work well. This toilet is a great choice if you’re looking for something for a basement or a powder room. The Eco Drake comes with a standard round bowl for when you’re putting it in a space that doesn’t have the space for an elongated bowl.
Some other great features of the Eco Drake toilet are:
- Uses a standard 12-inch rough-in
- Lower rim height of 14-5/8 inches, making it great for families or businesses
- Eco flush system uses 1.28 gallons of water per flush, saving about 20 percent from the 1.6 gallon standard
- Emax flush technology helps flush the bowl clear using a smaller amount of water
It should be noted that because this is a commercial grade toilet, it doesn’t come standard with a toilet seat or a lid. That’s actually a plus, because if you’re upgrading from another round bowl toilet, you can just use your existing equipment. And if you’re installing in a business, you probably don’t want a lid.
The Toto Eco Drake is a great choice for a homeowner or a contractor looking for a no-frills toilet that will just work well.
Read More: Toto Eco Drake
7. Best with Wide Flush Valve
Toto MS854114S#01 Ultramax Toilet
- Why we like it: A 3-inch flush valve for fast and effective flushing.
If the Ultramax 2 doesn't quite hit home with you, why not try the original Ultramax? The original—considered the best of the series—is still a hot seller and is in the high price range like the updated version. Its elongated, round design holds a classic style, and the three-inch flush valve may clinch the deal for you if you want an efficient flush. This is definitely one toilet that won’t clog up on you, no matter what you throw at it.
Available colors are cotton white, Sedona beige, colonial white, and bone. Using a one piece system, Toto made sure that it was as high-profile as it was elegant in design. Its pretty looks shouldn’t distract you from the fact that it has a commercial-grade flush while remaining quieter than bigger and smaller toilets.
The trapway is full-glazed and computer-designed so you will get exact measurements rather than having to guess. The rim height for the bowl is great at 14.625 inches and will be more than comfortable for all sizes. At only 89 pounds with dimensions of 28 x 17 x 28 inches, this will be more than enough for adults and children of all sizes. Each flush uses 1.6 gallons of water, and the beautiful material used in its construction is vitreous china.
As an alternative to the Ultramax 2, the original is just as good if not better.
- Read the full review: Toto Ultramax Elongated Toilet
8. Best Comfort Height Model
Kohler 3810-0 Santa Rosa Toilet
- Why we like it: Just 1.28 gallons per flush without sacrificing flushing power.
At the mid price range is the Santa Rosa, one of the more water-efficient toilets on our list. As the first Kohler brand on the list, it comes in a range of colors including almond, biscuit, black, dune, white, ice gray, sandbar, and white.
Kohler was able to make a much better one piece model than most toilet makers, and you’ll notice the differences when you’re doing general maintenance. Kohler also introduced what’s known as comfort height-seating, meaning the toilet makes standing up and sitting down easier because of its chair height.
This is great for people with bad backs, and especially people with lower back pain. Even though this toilet has an elongated bowl, it occupies the same amount of space as a rounded model. Design wins like this are the main reason why it is one of the top sellers on the market.
An AquaPiston canister forces water to flow into the bowl from all sides, cleaning thoroughly while also pushing waste down. This one-flush system is the envy of the industry, and Kohler is one of the few makers that does it right. The canister design they used for the Santa Rosa has 90% less exposed seal material than 3-inch flapper models, so customers can expect the toilet to be durable and leak-free over its full lifespan.
The product dimensions are 18.8 × 27.8 × 28.2 with a weight of about 102 pounds, so this toilet is light and small. Consumption amounts to an incredible 1.28 gallons of water per flush, one of the lowest on the list, and all without sacrificing flushing power. Buyers can expect a 1-year limited warranty to cover the product.
As one of the better options on the list, Kohler flexes its brand name power with the Santa Rosa.
- Read the full review: Kohler Santa Rosa Toilet
9. Best Budget Option
Niagara 77001WHCO1 Stealth Toilet
- Why we like it: Traditional style and a super quiet flush.
Offering a combination of value, efficiency, and comfort, this Niagara two piece toilet comes in at the budget end of the price scale, using only 0.8 gallons per flush and featuring an elongated front bowl that's comfortable but takes up minimal floor space.
The Niagara also boasts one of the quietest flushes in the business, which is beneficial when you don’t want to wake other household members late at night. It uses an air-assisted flushing mechanism that pressurizes the trapway prior to the flush and creates a vacuum-assisted pull when the flush lever is pulled. This powerful combination of air and water creates a system that consistently cleans debris from the bowl with only one flush, and minimizes the amount of water required.
This high-tech flush system is, however, concealed by a relatively traditional-looking tank and toilet combination that would be appropriate for many homes. The Niagara is made from white vitreous china and its design is neither ornate nor sleek or ultra-modern. With such a low price and such efficiency, the Niagara toilet can save you money both up front and in the long run, as you'll save on your water bills year after year.
Toilet Buying Guide
If you've browsed our reviews, by now you should have an idea of the main features on the market. You might even know which features will make your shortlist when it comes to buying your toilet. Still, before you rush into investing in an accessory that may be with you for more than a decade, it can help to know a bit more about the different options available.
From toilet shape to water consumption, and installation options to brand names, we've got you covered in this handy guide. Hopefully you'll soon be shopping like a pro!
Round vs. Elongated Shape
Round toilet seats are often seen as outdated, while elongated toilet seats are the fresh model on the market. This is pretty much true, but round seats are not at all on their way to being discontinued, in fact, as many round toilet bowls as elongated seats are made each day. So which is better between the two—or to put it better, which is the best option for your home? If your top priority is an ADA-compliant seat, either for personal use or for visitors to your home that require it, then without question an elongated seat is preferable.
- ADA Compliant Design
ADA is the American Disability Association, which has set standards for toilet dimensions and design for the use of disabled people and the elderly. As you can imagine, an ADA-compliant toilet is easier to sit on, meaning it's slightly higher than a regular toilet.
ADA-compliant elongated toilet seats are bigger than their round counterparts; and even if you opt for a round seat, it won’t be as comfortable as an elongated one in the same series. The ADA standard was created in 2010, so a lot of the designs that were compliant were made around the time that elongated seats were just beginning to take off.
- Small vs Large Toilet Models
Once again, there are round toilets that fit the bill, but it goes without saying that a large seat is always going to be more comfortable than a small one even if the more compact toilets fit better in smaller bathrooms.
One advantage of round seats is that they are typically 3–6 inches smaller than a standard elongated seat. This may not seem like much, but in a small bathroom this can make all the difference in the world. They might also be preferable for bathrooms with children just finishing potty training.
Going from potty training to elongated seats can be a big leap, so the more natural option is to go to a round seat. RVs typically have round seats due to space concerns, and even the biggest bathrooms can benefit from having a few extra inches if they are designed badly in the first place.
One of the most surprising facts about toilet water usage is that it accounts for most of the 80–100 gallons of water you’ll use in a day. That's right: your biggest consumer isn't the shower or the kitchen, but the toilet. It uses the most water, which is why over the years standards have improved so that the average number of gallons per flush (GPF) is 1.6.
- Newer Toilet Models Save Water
Before the 1.6 average came to the market, you were looking at up to 4 gallons per flush: an incredible waste in more than one way. Even newer toilets manufactured before the new standards came into effect use about 3 gallons per flush.
These are huge numbers not just for one person, but for multiple people. They add up over the months, and by the end of the year you've paid hundreds extra on your water bill. Newer toilets have a lot more to offer than toilets that are only 3–4 years old, so don’t overlook some of the better features being offered in flushing technology.
- Water Savings vs Efficiency
So how much better are the toilets that use just 1 gallon per flush? A lot better when it comes to saving water, but that doesn’t automatically make them the greatest toilets on the list.
Usually flushing toilets with less water results in double flushing or streaks and stains being left in the bowl because not enough water went through. To compensate for 0.6 gallons, the manufacturers designed the toilets with spouts on the inside of 1 gallon flush bowls to be positioned a certain way so that the bowl gets the most coverage during the rinse.
Water and waste are also pulled down with the help of gravity in water saving toilets, so reducing by 0.6 gallons is still efficient. You can read more about water saving toilets here.
- Powerful Flush
That being said, in a head-to-head comparison for the best flushing toilet, one that uses 1.6 GPF will always beat a toilet that uses 1 GPF. Even with innovative design and engineering, the 1 GPF toilets can only make up for what they are missing, while the 1.6 GPF is already there to begin with.
Regardless of the type or amount of waste, in an extreme situation, double flushing is more likely in a 1 GPF toilet. Fortunately, there's a middle-ground option of 1.28 gallons of water per flush if you want to play it safe. This gives you the perfect balance of power and water saving, all in one package. We've also put together some guidelines on how to make your toilet flush stronger.
- Find the Right Balance
With up to one third of all household water usage going to toilets, users with multiple bathrooms may definitely want to take a closer look at their toilets. RV users will also find more use for 1-gallon per flush toilets than heavier use ones, since it will be their primary toilet. The only problem with that is the limited space in RV bathrooms, and also customization issues that prevent a tank model toilet from being installed.
The few tankless toilets on this list will work just fine, but finding one that is as good at flushing as a 1 GPF tank model will be hard. When looking for a toilet that is good on water, prioritize whether or not it will make a big difference to shoot for the major savings or the major cost.
Key Toilet Features
- One-piece vs Two-piece Designs
When deciding between a one piece toilet and a two piece toilet, there are a couple of things that are easy to overlook. The big takeaway is that the two piece design has been around for a long time and is more trusted than the new one piece toilet. We've written a detailed comparison between one piece and two piece toilets elsewhere on the site, but as a summary, here are the main arguments for and against a one piece toilet.
- One-piece toilets are easy to clean. The nooks and crannies of a two piece toilet are gone with a one-piece system. You’re now free to clean your toilet however you like without worrying about buildup due to places being out of reach. With fewer places for bacteria to grow and collect, there will also be less odor and fewer germs in and around your toilet. If you're a serious cleaner and tend to go that extra mile when cleaning the toilet, having a toilet that's easy to clean can be a bonus.
- One-piece toilets are also more durable. Some of the biggest damage that can occur in a toilet is due to outside moisture, which has fewer ways of gaining traction with a one piece toilet. With fewer parts to be compromised with its closed-off build, a one piece toilet not only validates a 1-year warranty but leaves a two piece model standing.
- Unfortunately, these two main advantages don't come without a cost. One piece toilets are generally more expensive than their two piece counterparts, as it costs considerably less to build a toilet in two separate pieces than all in one.
The lowest price is always going to be on an older model, so if you’re looking to save some money then checking out the two-piece products on this list will be a good start. Even with modern toilets increasing in power, the older models are still claiming a big part of the market share due to customers not moving on quite yet.
Tankless toilets are the most expensive in the industry, and if this list is any indicator, there are not as many of them in production as the rest. The good news is that there are fewer low-quality models on the market, meaning that if you purchase a tankless model, the chances are it is legit and worth your money. You can read our tankless toilet ratings here for more information.
Since there isn’t a lot of competition coming through for these models just yet, expect products from Toto and Saniflo to dominate the tankless market. If you’re used to fixing things yourself when they go wrong, bear in mind that fixing a tankless toilet system is not like fixing a regular toilet.
If you’re not ready to adopt the tankless model but want some similar space-saving features, one piece toilets are smaller in size compared to two piece ones, so they offer a reasonable compromise.
- Gravity Flush Toilets and Pressure Assisted Flush
Gravity flush toilets are much more cost-effective, and easier to maintain and repair. Gravity flush toilets can also undergo modifications if you decide you want to add a feature you need and, of course, they also afford more design and color options to choose from.
On the other hand, pressure assisted toilets conserve more water and rarely (if ever) require a double flush to get everything down. Many come with partial and full flush options, and most maintain their cleanliness much easier than gravity feed toilets do.
- Dual Flush Toilets
Single flush toilets are the most common option when it comes to flushing, but with rising concerns about water waste, alternative flush options are growing. Dual flushing toilets have the option for a full flush (like a single flush toilet) or half flush, which means you can use less water when appropriate. What's more, while dual flush toilets are good for saving water, they don't skimp on style, and there are some great options to choose from when it comes to the design and features of these toilets.
- Eco Friendly Options
If you're looking for a eco-friendly alternative to a standard flushing toilet then a composting toilet is the way to go. A composting toilet is designed to decompose human waste in a natural way and recycle into usable compost. Another option for low water usage is a macerating toilet that uses pumps to get rid of waste. This is a great option for houses with small pipes, or when you need to install a toilet in a basement.
Toilet Design and Installation
Just as important as a toilet's features are the way it fits in your bathroom. This can range from going with a tankless design in order to save several inches in a small space to going with smart toilets that are great for high-tech homes and offer features such such as self flushing and self cleaning.
You can also read different bathroom blogs that can help you design you bathroom decor so it matches. Having the toilet, bathroom faucet, tiles, and the shower head all match can make a big difference to your bathroom.
An important feature to take into account when considering installation is the rough-in that's suitable for your space. Put simply, the rough-in is the distance from the wall and where the water line starts. The options are generally 10", 12" and 14". In older houses in particular, a 10-inch rough in toilet can sometimes be the only option. Your rough-in is definitely something you need to know before you start shopping for a toilet, as different models suit different rough-in lengths.
- Corner Models
If you have a small bathroom and need to install a toilet that takes up little space then a corner toilet might be a great option for you. Corner toilets are designed in a way to fit into one corner of your bathroom, freeing up space for other activities. Corner toilets for small spaces are a popular option these days along with other compact toilet designs.
- Wall Hung Models
Another space saving toilet option is a wall hung toilet. This option looks great, and some of the big brands have been making wall hung toilets that have some nice features as well. You can read some wall mounted toilet reviews here to learn more about the design. It is also worth noting that wall hung toilets make it easy to clean the toilet and area around it.
- Comfort Height
The toilet seat height can make usage more comfortable for an elderly person, an adult, or a child. You can also go for a comfort height toilet if you are looking for a toilet that's great for elderly or people that have a problem sitting down. These toilets are a popular option, and there's a wide range of top-rated comfort height toilets to choose from.
- Portable Models
Portable toilets are great for when going camping, picnic or other travels when a toilet might come in handy. Portable toilets are also a good option for RV owners.
- Bidet Toilet Seat
Bidets are slowly becoming more popular in larger bathrooms. If you like the idea, and don't have the space for a separate bidet unit, you might consider a bidet toilet seat , and not just the type that hooks up to the toilet. With connection systems that allow you to connect a sink to the toilet, the options are endless and the only other hurdle is time and money.
The only drawback to one of these systems is that it needs to be plugged in if the power goes out completely. If you don’t have a generator, then there will be some obvious problems using the advanced features of the toilet.
Best Toilet Brands
The best known toilet brands are Kohler, Toto, Saniflo and American Standard. The market is heavily influenced by Toto and American Standard, with the former getting the nod for best toilet on our list of reviews. Our Saniflo review also made the top 5 on our list, which says a lot about the company and how innovative their toilet is.
You really can’t go wrong with any of the brands, but if you had to choose one, which one comes out looking best?
For innovation, go with Toto. This brand has a way of knowing when to push the envelope in the industry. There were a lot of features with Toto toilets that came off as silly gimmicks when the brand first came out, but soon became some of the most sought-after features for the luxury market. Toto is also great at improving upon its established models, which is why its series of toilets show remarkable improvement the higher up you go in the line.
Even with the more advanced models, there's heavy favoritism for the original/debut models. Toto creates toilets so great that even after it improves on the line, people still fall for the classics. That's a testament to brand satisfaction and Toto's customer loyalty.
For brand recognition, go with Kohler. It's the best known brand on our list, and if something ever goes wrong with the product, then the best warranty is going to come from Kohler. It has a lightning-fast customer service department and the most compatible toilets, no matter the installation guidelines. This means that if you run into an issue where A doesn’t work with B, you can simply call them up or go to the store to resolve it on your own with little to no problem.
Kohler has the most painless installation instructions and the clearest and most concise manuals of any manufacturer on this list. With so many locations across the world it's also the fastest to ship, so keep that in mind if you’re looking for rush delivery. This is one of the few times where brand recognition really does go a long way.
Saniflo, much like Toto, is great at innovation, and offers a lot of luxury items at a better price than its competitors. A good example of this is the Sanicompact that is a direct competitor to Toto’s Neorest. Now the Neorest easily wins head-to-head, but the Sanicompact is still one of the top 5 products on the list. That is an incredible accomplishment, and it is the only product on the list that is in the same league as the Neorest.
Saniflo does the same with its other line of toilets, filling them with great features but being careful not to price them too high. It doesn't have the name recognition of Kohler or Toto but it still does an incredible job of making sure that its products contain as many features as possible without being too outside consumers’ budgets. This is a slippery slope in marketing that Saniflo has done a good job of navigating. It’ll be interesting to see if it can keep up with the likes of Toto without fading into the background. Read our full Saniflo toilet guide here.
- American Standard
American Standard is a jack-of-all trades company that still manages to produce some great models. The company is more old-school and less likely to take risks like Saniflo and Toto, but despite this, and even though it didn't make our final line-up, it still offers fantastic variety and is well loved by customers. A lot of people are actually rocking the American Standard brand in their homes and don’t even realize it! Since the company is pretty good with pricing, its models are extremely attractive to customers who want to purchase more than one product.
That’s a good roundup of the companies on the list, and hopefully a good reference for you to know which company offers the best value, and the best toilet for you. Another toilet brand that's worth a look is Duravit.
Toilet Brands and Warranty
A number of companies offer a 1-year limited warranty, and the next warranty length available is a huge jump of 10 years. This is a big jump, and it may be hard for the consumer to come to terms with a good deal if the warranty is 1-year limited for one of the most heavily used appliances in the household.
There really are no blurred lines in this situation since one of the bigger brand names like Kohler offer a 1-year limited warranty, while generic and less-known names can sometimes offer a 10-year warranty. It's a big contrast that may make some customers think that the big names don't adequately stand behind their products.
Customers shouldn’t feel as though they can’t trust the company just because they offer a 1-year warranty, especially when that warranty can be extended.
You won’t get any runaround from the companies on this list, and all of the reviewed products are 100% quality. Then when you get down to the warranty, no matter the length, you’ll get a customer service representative who wants to help you rather than lead you in circles.
Trust in the brand and the product rather than the warranty, as the first two should be more than enough to let you know what you’re buying into. If something does go wrong, you’ll be well taken care of, thanks to this list and the trusted brands.
Toilet Comparison Chart for 2020
|TOTO Ultramax II||$$$||1.28 GPF||ADA, WaterSense, CALGreen, and CEC||35 x 33 x 23 inches||Elongated||Cotton White||9/10||No|
|TOTO Drake||$$$||1.6 GPF||N/A||28 x 19.5 x 28.5 inches||Elongated||Cotton White||8/10||Yes|
|Saniflo SANICOMPACT 48||$$$||1.6 GPF||N/A||18.2 x 14.5 x 15.8 inches||Elongated||White||8/10||Yes|
|TOTO Neorest||$$$$||0.8 GPF||Watersense||32.5 x 15.5 x 21.5 inches||Oval||Cotton White||9/10||No|
|TOTO Neorest 550||$$$$||0.8 GPF||WaterSense||26.5 x 15.3 x 21.4 inches||Elongated||Cotton White||8/10||Yes|
|TOTO Ultramax||$$$||1.6 GPF||N/A||28 x 17 x 28 inches||Elongated||Cotton White||8/10||Yes|
|American Standard Champion 4||$$$||1.6 GPF||ADA||29.8 x 17.8 x 29.5 inches||Elongated||White||9/10||No|
|American Standard Champion 4||$$$||1.6 GPF||N/A||29.8 x 17.8 x 28.1 inches||Elongated||White||8/10||No|
|Kohler Santa Rosa||$$$||1.28 GPF||WaterSense||31 x 20.8 x 29 inches||Elongated||White||8/10||Yes|
|TOTO Eco Soiree||$$$||1.28 GPF||WaterSense||28.1 x 14 x 27.8 inches||Elongated||Cotton White||8/10||Yes|
From one piece to two piece toilets, dual flush toilets and eco-friendly, wall mount and tankless, we hope this guide has helped you understand the basics of what to look for when choosing a new toilet for your home. You should also have an idea of the qualities that are important to you, such as having a model that's easy to clean, looks stylish, or comes from a trusted brand with a good warranty.
If you're still undecided, you can read our toilet reviews, which should help you pick out the best toilet for your needs. We're also constantly reviewing the best flushing toilets, which are always a popular option to go for.
There's no hiding the fact that the best product on the list is the Neorest, but it may not be for everyone. No matter what you end up with, as long as it’s from this list, it should give you satisfaction for years to come.