Glac Bay Wht Dualflsh Toilet 2Pc

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Product Details

The Glacier Bay 2-Piece High-Efficiency Dual-Flush Complete Elongated Toilet in White delivers powerful 1.1 or 1.6 GPF flush performance and features a WaterSense certified design to help conserve water. This toilet's vitreous china construction offers resistance to acid, abrasion and staining. The all-in-one product contains the toilet bowl, tank and seat along with a wax ring and floor bolts with caps. Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Specifications

  • ADA Compliant : Yes
  • Assembled Depth (in.) : 17.75 in
  • Assembled Height (in.) : 33.5 in
  • Assembled Width (in.) : 31 in
  • Bolt cap included : Yes
  • Collection Name : Glacier Bay
  • Color : White
  • Color Family : White
  • Color/Finish : White
  • Complete Toilet Kit : Yes
  • Depth (in) : 18.2 in
  • Height (in) : 28.4 in
  • Item Package Type : Cardboard Container
  • Item Weight : 87 lb
  • Manufacturer Warranty : Limited Lifetime
  • Material : Ceramic
  • Product Depth (in.) : 31
  • Product Height (in.) : 33.5 in
  • Product Weight (lb.) : 87 lb
  • Product Width (in.) : 17.75 in
  • Returnable : 90-Day
  • Supply lines included : No
  • Tank included : Yes
  • Wax ring included : Yes
  • Width (in) : 30.3 in

Reviews (63)

  • Murphy
    1 year, 10 months ago at Home Depot
    Montana

    5.0 / 5.0

    This is a great product! It seems to function exactly as it should and it's hard to beat the price.

  • jmr1
    1 year, 10 months ago at Home Depot

    3.0 / 5.0

    I installed two of these to replace 60s toilets. No problems with the first one. The second one was missing the lid (the store's fault, not the manufacturer). Also, the included wax seal was dried out, scrawny, and would not adhere to the toilet. When I tried to install with a new seal, the head broke off of one of the flange bolts. Save yourself extra trips to the store and buy an extra seal and bolts. Other than these annoyances, the units work great.

  • truthquester
    1 year, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Redondo Beach, CA, USA

    1.0 / 5.0

    Bought this toilet because of its dual flush figuring I would save water. Boy was I wrong. The shape of the bowl is such that solids hit the bowl and leave marks every time. It happened to everyone who used it. Any water savings are completely wiped out when you flush it fifteen times to try to get the bowl clean. Poor design. WEAK flush. I had to pay a plumber to install it, then remove it and pay to install another toilet (another brand's low flush which cost twice as much but worth it!). DO NOT BUY THIS TOILET. If you do don't say I didn't try to warn you.

  • kacey
    1 year, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Frisco, TX, USA

    2.0 / 5.0

    Installation: needs the additional kit from Home Depot for the decent wax ring and brass bolts for additional cost.Use: The single flush can be used only if flushing down urine and not tissue. Thus, totally worthless in a female only household. I'm not gullible enough to believe just because the paper barely vanishes from sight that it is truly "gone."Water: does not store high enough to prevent skid marks. Home Depot has an upgraded flush valve (for water adjustment) for another cost.Button: Not for arthritic nor old hands. Takes 2 fingers and a hard push for every flush ....and holding it down. Would much prefer a toilet with regular handle. Will see this weekend how it works with little grandchildren. And you can forget about flushing "mid-way" unless you squirm around on the seat. No more flushing with my elbow!Appearance: Ugly. Tall skinny tank.Seat: Flimsy. Did not use. By the time I made all the adjustments to this product, the cost was 50% more.The only thing I like about this toilet is the 'comfort height' now specified by the ADA.In closing.......something that I heard long ago....... "The bitterness of poor quality remains LONG after the sweetness of low price has been forgotten"

  • f4me
    1 year, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Springfield, VA, USA

    5.0 / 5.0

    push down from the top of the water tank is a very good idea and seems like save lots of water everytime, I like it a lot!

  • Bdk32
    1 year, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Westminster, CO, USA

    1.0 / 5.0

    This toilet was the worse decision we made when remodeling one of our 2 bathrooms in our home. This toilet does not have any power and therefore any and I mean any amount of "solid material" that needs to be flushed will not be removed, even with several flushes. The multiple flushes complete negates the effienciency altogether.If I could I would return this as soon as possible. As it is DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT

  • m78704
    1 year, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Austin, TX, USA

    1.0 / 5.0

    This is a dual flush toilet, meaning that the user can decide whether he needs a small quantity of water or a larger quantity of water to flush the content of the bowl.To make this selection, the user picks from two buttons, either a small green button or a large silver button. (See attached picture.) The green button is located within the circumference of the silver button, ie the green button appears to be a "subset" of the silver button.Guess which button you should press if you want to flush using the smaller quantity of water...Would you press the smaller button to get the smaller quantity of water?Would you press the green button to get the smaller quantity of water?Believe it or not... on this poorly designed toilet you must press the larger button in order to flush with the smaller quantity of water. That's right... if you press the small, green button you will flush with the largest of the two water options.A toilet is a simple device with almost no user interface, yet someone has proven that even a simple device can be very poorly designed.

  • ExBuilder
    2 years, 2 months ago at Home Depot
    Florence, AZ, USA

    5.0 / 5.0

    Bought a new home and cadets were installed had some problems with flushes and clogging..since I installed two of these that problem is a thing of the past. Will install another in downstairs courtesy bathroom shortly. Very easy installation for those that are having flush problems adjust the amount of water coming in you don't have enough. Gets my vote for the best bang for your buck out there.

  • Homeimprovementqueen812
    2 years, 2 months ago at Home Depot
    New Albany, IN, USA

    5.0 / 5.0

    I have had this toilet for a few years now and I love it. I originally bought the water saving flusher but when trying to install it I broke my old toilet and I really did not have a new toilet in my budget at the time. I was shocked to find that this toilet was only $100 also i have a rental house so I had to buy one for there too. For all of the consumers that have trouble with flushing. What kind of toilet paper are you using or what are you trying to flush? I have not had any issues with flushing. One flush usually the 1/2 flush works for me. I have only had to plunge maybe twice and that is because children don't know when to stop putting paper in. I absolutely love this toilet and will buy another one for my basement. Not to mention, it is pretty funny when people come over for the first time and they are looking for the silver handle and they start yelling "How do you flush the toilet?"

  • steb
    2 years, 2 months ago at Home Depot
    La Quinta, CA, USA

    1.0 / 5.0

    You have to flush 3 to 5 times, so everything can go down... Don't like it at all..

  • nicoledrinky
    2 years, 2 months ago at Home Depot

    1.0 / 5.0

    In stalled toliet and the tank has about 3/8" inch space between tank and bottom. Not able to get it all the way down. Tank rocks and moves around. I am afraid if i snug the wing nuts any more the whole thing will break. The seat is cheap plastic and if you sit on it with the lid down if caves in.

  • Kirk
    2 years, 2 months ago at Home Depot
    Texas, USA

    1.0 / 5.0

    I installed three of these toilets in my home and have been highly disappointed. It takes three to four flushes to get what makes it directly into the bottom of the bowl flush. What lands at the edge of the water line stays because what little flow runs out when flushing does not swirl or come out at multiple ports just from the front and back. This wastes water and cleaning chemicals. I've contacted the company and adjusted them for as much flow as possible with no results. I plan on replacing them.

  • Jojo
    2 years, 2 months ago at Home Depot

    5.0 / 5.0

    I decided to go with a new toilet because our old one was more than 15 yrs and we constantly had to change the fill valves and other components multiple times. This fit my budget for under 100 and it comes with a dual flush option to save some water. I like the look and feel and I am happy with the product. I read some other reviews and they have to double flush but I just need one and I am good to go.

  • JJJJ
    2 years, 2 months ago at Home Depot
    Fair Oaks, CA, USA

    5.0 / 5.0

    Looks nice. Seat is a little high and seat cover is not super high quality but its ok. Works great. The lower flush setting works way better than my 7 yr old 1.6GPF toilet. Almost never have to use the full flush. Ourstanding value.

  • Richard
    2 years, 2 months ago at Home Depot
    Atlanta, GA, USA

    5.0 / 5.0

    I am 67, not a plumber. Installed dual flush in less than 2 hours. Works great. Parts were easy to handle and install. 16" seat is good.

  • rogueremodeler
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot
    Arizona

    5.0 / 5.0

    Bought one of these for master bath a couple of years ago. Have had no problems and it flushes great! We will probably purchase another for our other bathroom.

  • JKJKJK
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot

    4.0 / 5.0

    We got this toilet to replace a very old one that came with our condo. The installation was done by a contractor, but it was very easy. The toilet looks great and operates well. There is little difference in the two flush sizes, but the tank is filled only about 1/3 with water, so it does use a lot less water than other toilets. The cover of the toilet seat is flimsy- you can't sit on the toilet if the cover is down.

  • Cameldriver
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot
    Talent. OR U.S.A.

    5.0 / 5.0

    Purchased, read instructions and installed. Bowl to flange bolts and nuts not compatible,nuts and bolts have different thraed size, used old fasteners. Excellent dual flush system, intuitive. Big button (chrome) - big flush, solids, Little button (blue) - little flush, liquids. I will purchase another for guest bathroom.

  • TimeToGo
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot
    Anthem, Phoenix, AZ, USA

    4.0 / 5.0

    This toilet installed on an 11 inch rough in and I still had an inch between the tank and the wall. The installation went quite well, the only problem I see is the gasket between the base and the tank being a long term problem (cheap). One last thing is the toilet seat itself, it is made of plastic and I mean thin plastic. If you don't ever sit on the closed seat you will be fine. If not you might as well plan on buying another seat when you buy the toilet. Outside of those two things, the toilet looks great and works very well.

  • papa
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot
    home

    5.0 / 5.0

    I am disabled these products have made my life much more easy

  • Rich
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot
    Trinidad, CO 81082, USA

    5.0 / 5.0

    We have a 4 year old manufactured home with two bathrooms. The guest bath toilet has never worked properly. About 60% of the time we would experience an incomplete flush requiring a second flush to clear the bowl. Installation of the GB dual-flush toilet was very straightforward, however I did make a minor adjustment to the flushing buttons. I installed the toilet two weeks ago and we have not experienced an incomplete flush. Just follow the instructions; blue button for liquids and chrome button for solids.

  • rdwxman
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot

    5.0 / 5.0

    I bought my first toilet 6 months ago, easy to install and works great. Bought another one 2 weeks ago, again easy to install and works great. Got local utility water savings rebate and toilets worked out to be free:).

  • TJ82
    2 years, 4 months ago at Home Depot

    1.0 / 5.0

    This is an inexpensive, water saving toilet. But that comes at the expense of quality parts and reliability. Have had this toilet for only a year and it's been a source of leaks and water damage ever since. When I finally was ready to trash it, I decided to call the customer service just to see if there was any other possible leak source. After a very brief, somewhat rude conversation, I was told to expect parts in the mail. I received a new ring to seal the tank to the base...that looked NOTHING like what came in the box. See attached photo... What comes in the box is a cheap piece of foam that doesn't really fit all that well. What I get sent in the mail was a quality piece of rubber that had been specially grooved to prevent the leaks that I had been experiencing for so long. Why this clearly superior piece of the toilet isn't included initially can only be left to the bottom line of pricing. Another corner cut by the manufacturer that is only given to the customer AFTER they complain. So beware, if you buy this product, call customer service FIRST and ask for the correct/quality parts to save a year's worth of headaches!!

  • Soph
    2 years, 4 months ago at Home Depot

    2.0 / 5.0

    Cheap product. Noticable when putting it together with plastic parts that could easily break. Spend a little more and don't worry about breaking it while assembling it.

  • doingdesign
    2 years, 4 months ago at Home Depot
    Illinois, USA

    2.0 / 5.0

    The toilet looks good with a modern design. High seat stylish. At the beginning dual flush worked fine. Now after three flushes you have to get the plunger out. You have to hold button to get a full flush and after three or four successful flushes you will have to plunge. Looks good not worth the hassle.

  • Bubba
    2 years, 4 months ago at Home Depot

    4.0 / 5.0

    Flapper value leaked and caused the water value to turn on every few minutes. Went to home depot and they opened up a new carton and gave me a new flapper. New flapper leaked also. Found out the the flapper set to high on the over flow tube to allow it to seat properly. Took a knife and shaved about another 1/16 inch depth to the slots on the flapper valve and now the flapper works fine. Toilet works great now and was easy to install.

  • misterplunger
    4 years, 10 months ago at Home Depot
    Minneapolis, Minnesota

    5.0 / 5.0

    Ever since I can remember I've had adversarial relationships with toilets (God gave me a large diameter colon, I think), so when we were planning a 1st floor remodel to make room for a powder room, a good toilet was at the top of the list. Good meant no clogging, quiet, no clogging, water-efficient, no clogging, nice styling, and most of all, no clogging. I settled on this GB dual-flush unit by studying the MAP test results, in-store flush ratings, and these product reviews.Installation was easy and straightforward. Based on others' comments I allowed a little extra time to explore how the instructions and parts fit together, and encountered no problems. I used a thicker wax ring just to be sure. The seat and lid styling are nice, but as others have noted the lid is too flexible for sitting or standing. Otherwise everything was perfect.Performance is fantastic. I installed it a month ago and have not had a single clog. Our other toilet (an older 3.5 GPFer in the main bath) would clog once a week or so and I could count on spending quality time with the plunger every time. No more - I'm free! I also measured actual water use with the water meter and it's spot on - 1.6 and 1.1 GPF - and the toilet is super-quiet.This is amazing performance, and combined with a low price, it's just incredible and I'm totally happy. I'll be buying another one of these ASAP to replace our main bath toilet.

  • Robert
    1 year, 6 months ago at Home Depot
    Painesville, Oh

    1.0 / 5.0

    This toilet was rated highly for evacuation of contents. It does do that well. There is never anything left in the bottom of the bowl after a flush. However, solids stick to the bowl and it may take several flushes to remove that. We find that we need to use a toilet brush very often. I wouldn't buy this toilet again.

  • dlbfiero
    1 year, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Gahanna, OH, USA

    5.0 / 5.0

    Great Product ,Easy to install and works GREAT and a GREAT Price

  • KimN
    1 year, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Michigan, USA

    5.0 / 5.0

    We have owned this toilet for 2 years now and the toilet itself is great. Two adults use it and we've never had any problems, never even had to plunge it.I strongly suggest using the most amount of water for each flush with toilet paper...no matter how much you use. We found out the hard way that there needs to be a lot of water pressure to get the toilet paper out to the septic tank, and unfortunately we had some toilet paper get stuck. We were unsure of the problem so we snaked all our lines and couldn't find the issue. We had to call the septic company and have them investigate. The toilet paper got stuck and backed up.The septic man said he hates these toilets because this problem does happen.. The first question he had for me was "do you have an energy efficient toilet?" He said the best thing to do is flush a 5 gallon bucket down the toilet every month or so just to make sure nothing is getting stuck.I still love this toilet, and we haven't had any problems except for that. It was a little tricky to assemble. Not sure how easy it is to get parts because we've never had too. I would still recommend this toilet.Hope this info. helps someone!