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    Finally got the bathroom remodel ready for a toilet. I originally wanted a Guinevere but the cost has put me off on that one. What other Toto's would you all recommend that are one pc? Skirted and sana-gloss would be nice to make it easier to clean, but the requirements currently are one piece, ADA ht, 12" rough, and ??? anything else to consider?

    Thanks for comments!

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    If you don't need it skirted than the MS604114CEFG Gwyneth (Ultramax II) is
    Double Cyclone - Better for rim wash
    Sanagloss
    1.28 GPF
    ADA compliant (Universal Height)

    If you want all that and skirted than Soiree or Guinevere is your only choice but are priced the same.
    Last edited by Terry; 07-27-2009 at 10:37 AM.

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    What are the differences between the UltraMax and UltraMax II?

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    Ultramax is a Ultimate with a G-max flush.

    Ultramax II used to be called Gwyneth and it has:
    1.28GPF
    Double Cyclone flush
    Universal Height
    Sanagloss finish

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    Didn't want to start a new thread for a simple question, so I'll just ask it here: Are the Toto soft-closing seat and the "regular" seat basically identical, except for the soft-closing mechanism? Or is the soft-closing seat just all-around more comfy in general? Getting ready to place my order. Thanks.

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    The Toto one-piece toilets come with a softclosing seat.

    The two-piece toilets don't come with seats, so those are ordered separately.

    The SS114 elongated or SS113 regular softclose are comfortable.
    Many of the customers think they are the best part.

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    I like mine, but some people find it takes a little getting used to.
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