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    Default TOTO elongated dual-flush ONE PIECE Aquia - NEW MS654204MF

    I went to the TOTO website & found they are introducing the Aquia ONE PIECE dual flush toilet. It only comes in Universal height & unlike the Aquia III, it comes in all of their colors. I called my local store & they didn't know about it, but did see in their books it is coming out 2nd quarter this year - which is now. They will be calling their suppliers on Monday. I was told it goes for $600 in white. Does anyone have any reviews for this toilet, yet?

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    This list price in white is $750.00 which translates with discount to a Seattle area price of $525.00

    It looks pretty similar to the other Aquia bowls, except for the tank being molded to the bowl. That should make for a nice installation.
    I expect performance to be like the others based on the spec sheet.

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    I called my supply house in South Jersey & was told the price would be $600 - and that's the contractor's price. I was also told that he called around and found this toilet will not be available on the market until late June/early July.

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    Oh, please excuse my poor manners! I wanted to let you know that I really appreciate your feedback, Terry.

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    $600 would still be a good price. It's just that I have "Killer" pricing for my Seattle customers. Thanks for the update on when it will be available.

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    Default TOTO Aquia One-Piece Toilet, Dual Flush, Pictures and reviews, MS654204MF

    TOTO Aquia One-Piece Toilet, Dual Flush, Pictures and reviews




    Aquia One-Piece Toilet
    Standard 12" Rough
    Watersense, with either 1.6 GPF or 0.90 GPF
    Comes with SS204 Softclose seat.
    16-1/8" Universal Height, Elongated bowl.
    With the seat it becomes an ADA toilet.
    28-0" long

    I now have this in the Seattle area
    Toto in Seattle
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    This toilet was installed with a less then 12" rough.
    Notice the room behind for the shutoff valve.
    This Aquia was made in the USA.



    With the SS204 seat down



    With the SS204 seat open

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    Default Aquia one piece specs

    Hi Terry

    Thanks for this excellent resource, I stumbled across the forum a couple of days ago and am grateful for all useful Q & A.

    Speaking of which, I'm pretty much sold on Aquia, but I wonder if you can answer a couple of questions. The one-piece specs list the following:

    Water Surface 5-1/4" x 4-1/4"
    Trap Diameter 1-3/4"
    Trap Seal 2-1/4"

    -These are smaller than the specs for the Aquia III 2-piece. Any thoughts about that? potential issues?

    -Also the spec sheet lists length at 28", but I see in one of your posts you had it at 27 1/4". I'm replacing the toilet in a tiny powder room, so I'm hoping your measurements are correct.

    -The rough in is 11 5/8" to the center of the existing bolts, and the toilet will out of necessity be shimmed to pitch away from the wall, so I ought to be okay. Seems to me that the 1-piece might do better in the event there contact with the wall as there is no tank/toilet seal to compromise. Does that sound right, or am I asking for trouble?

    Thanks in advance for any replies, I really appreciate the help.

    -Chris

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    I just looked at the spec again and it looks to be 28" long with about 3/4" behind the tank on a 12" rough.

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    Hi. Thanks for the quick reply, those measurements are encouraging. Does the 1-3/4" trap diameter on the 1-piece present any issues? The 2-piece lists at 2-1/8". Thanks!

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