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    DIY Junior Member Cue's Avatar
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    Does anyone have any recommendations for a good children's toilet?

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    Are there toilets made for children?

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    They make "child" toilets, but most are not rated very well.
    I don't understand the logic for them, when the kids go home, they use whatever toilet is there.
    I sell to a lot of day cares, most of my customers are getting the standard Toto Drake to be more trouble free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cacher_chick View Post
    Are there toilets made for children?

    A facility such as a day care, where a certain number or % of customers are under a certain age, is required to have a child's toilet. They are 10" height, smaller diameter bowl. You will pay through the nose for the toilet, and the proprietary seat which is needed.
    Here is the AS Bavy Devoro : http://www.americanstandard-us.com/a...cSheet_877.pdf
    It will run you close to $400. The seat will run you $100, maybe $60 on line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    I don't understand the logic for them, when the kids go home, they use whatever toilet is there.
    Ja, there's no plausible explanation for some of the codes. When I was shopping for toilets and comparing specs I noticed a trend toward taller and question what is "right height". I sometimes think a hole in the floor would be "right height" and fit almost everyone, some ADA cases excepted.

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