Kohler Persuade Review, pictures and comments
My wife and I are going to be building a new house soon and have been looking at toilets. We are considering the Aquia, but on another site it seemed to have a fair amount of people who didn't care a great deal for it. Still haven't ruled it out though.
I think it's new, but does anyone have any thoughts on the Kohler Persuade?
Kohler isn't the only product parts can be rare for...
none of the complaints about the Kohler product related to quality control of the rest of the product, and I have seen special flappers that go with Toto toilets only. In addition, even the newest American Standard and Crane toilets have special flush valves in multiple sizes that will not fit universal flappers. The fill valves of these toilets are standard, but the flush parts are not, and if they fail, the toilet is equally disabled just as if the fill valve were not functioning properly. I don't have a thing for Kohler specifically, but I DO have a thing for quality that goes beyond a brand name. I know people who have had pressure flush toilets that have waited months for repair parts for them as well, and they were not Kohler. I think it is unfair to single out this toilet because it may take a talented person to install it, and I believe in saving water both now and in the future. So far as I have been able to find, the Kohler Persuade is one of the lowest price dual-flush toilets on the market, and having to keep a fill and flush valve on hand would not deter me from buying one.