American Standard Champion 4 Right Height Elongated Toilet - ADA Compliant
A toilet that works
I was able to install it my self which saved some money. I love the height. The bowl is more narrow than some toilets but has not been a problem. A great value for the money. Check with me in 20 years.
May 31, 2012
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Very Satisfied with the Champion 4 which flushes as advertized.
Was received on time without any problems.
May 30, 2012
No more worries!
This product was the answer to our search for a toilet that would not waste water but would also not have to be plunged every time it was used. My family is prone to clog even the best old models, so the low flow ones have been a nightmare. Until now! I would highly recommend this toilet for comfort, strong flush, and end to clogging worries. We have retired the plunger - hooray! (Also, Vintage Tub & Bath were very helpful from order to delivery - reshipping when the first one was damaged en route.)
May 28, 2012
I purchased this toilet for a recent renovation in my NYC co-op, as it was rated best by a national consumer organization. The "chair-height" is comfortable and good for people of any age, especially seniors. The toilet is good-looking, easy to clean and flushes completely and quietly. I am very pleased with this purchase.
May 27, 2012
I am very happy with this units performance. It is much better than the other two that I have.
May 26, 2012
I bought the over version of this toilet because I have been known to clog with the best of them. I researched the toilet that flushed the best. I bought this toilet based on the other toiled I bought had this same technology and loved it. I
May 25, 2012
This product replaced an earlier low-flow toilet, and what a difference! It has a powerful flush, which is important in our house. It is nice looking, too. The first one arrived damaged, but Vintage Tub and Bath was very good about arranging a replacement. Good experience all around!
November 17, 2011
Champion 4 ADA Compliant
Needed a new w.c. because our older one-piece American-Standard would not accommodate the handicap handrail attachments that wife needed. So researching, learned about the new developments of the A.S. Champion 4, including this A.D.A. model. Well, I've built hundreds (really thousands) of homes in my lifetime. After legislation requiring low-flow toilets, those were constant subject of complaints to our Customer Service department---and you know what that complaint always was, don't you? Over the years we experimented with many brands, but even American Standard never came up with a low-flow which would really, really flush---until now! Be sure you get the "Champion 4" system. No other manufacturer seems to have an equal, and no one claims to.
Watch the American Standard video of this product in action. Ten golf balls? Now, that doesn't really demonstrate the "human" product, but this w.c. does flush and work. Since most of the old low-flow toilets frequently must be flushed twice, do they really conserve water? Perhaps the water-conservation statutes should be updated to require that all manufacturers convert to something comparable to the Champion 4.
We would have preferred the "one piece" model, but like the w.c. we were replacing, it didn't have enough room to install the commonly available handicap-handrail attachments, such as the Carex. Remember this fact if you need an A.D.A. model and want to add the rails for the invalid's comfort. This two-piece model is ok.
Beyond the product itself, shipping by VintageTub was exceptional, less than a week (LA to CO). And both the local Home Depot and Lowes said their "special order" would take several weeks. (H.D. and Lowes do include an A.S. seat with each order, justifying their somewhat higher prices, I presume.)
March 30, 2011