The TOTO Supreme II toilet is another single-piece toilet manufactured by TOTO. This toilet has been in production for over ten years but still looks very modern and efficient. Additionally, it has an elongated bowl and a low profile tank.
|Seat height||15.7 inches from floor to toilet seat|
|Water use||1.28 GPF|
|Flush Technology||Power Gravity® flushing system|
|Color||Choice of Cotton, Colonial White, Sedona Beige, Bone|
|Size||24 (H) x 17 (W) x 28 (D) inches|
|Trapway Size||2 ⅛ inches|
|Rough-in||Standard 12 inches|
|Warranty||Limited Warranty – One Year|
The TOTO Supreme II elongated toilet comes with a standard 12” rough-in, which makes it easy to replace. This toilet meets the requirements of ADA toilet height standards, which makes it ADA compliant. Most importantly, its adequate height makes it ideal for all age groups. In addition to that, the toilet features a chrome trip lever and soft-close seat.
ADA Compliance is important if you want the unit to be accessible to everyone. There are many high-quality products that meet ADA standards, including most of TOTO toilets. It’s usually related to seat and chair height, as well as comfort.
Let’s have a look at the TOTO Supreme II review to know more about its features.
Firstly, The TOTO Supreme II toilet is made from vitreous china and has a CEFIONTECT™ Glaze finish. This high-glaze finish prevents the waste from sticking to the ceramic surface of the toilet, making it easier to clean. It features a one-piece bowl and tank combo which doesn’t require assembly. Additionally, the toilet has a variety of finish colors, for instance, cotton color, bone color, and beige color. However, the tank is comparatively small, but the elongated shape of the bowl allows for more room for your legs. In addition to that, the Supreme II toilet measures 28.2 by 17.5 by 25.5 inches.
Secondly, the flushing feature of this toilet uses a Power Gravity flushing system flushing system. It only takes 1.28 gallons per flush. However, to increase the efficiency of the flush, this toilet uses the TOTO’s Power Gravity flushing system that helps boost each flush.
Water consumption is another crucial thing to keep in mind. If you want to save a significant sum of money, look for EPA WaterSense-licensed models. They usually spend 1.28 gallons of water per single flush, which also saves the environment. Like the TOTO Ultramax II, Supreme II consumes 1.28 gallons per flush.
People usually tend to buy cheaper units, but that’s a big mistake. Buying a toilet is a long-term investment, and buying a quality unit will prevent future costs. However, it doesn’t mean that the most expensive unit is also the best. Make sure that it provides enough quality for the price.
Warranty is another thing you should consider when buying a toilet. Most units come with 1-year limited warranty, including this toilet. However, in some situations, the warranty won’t apply. For example, the warranty won’t apply if the unit is damaged in a natural calamity or due to improper use.
A notable feature of this toilet is ease of installation. A lot of users have commented on how easy is to install TOTO Supreme II. It comes with a standard 12” rough-in size, which makes its installation a lot quicker and effortless. However, the weight of this toilet is a concern due to it being a single-piece toilet. It is heavier than two-piece toilets, but still a lot lighter than many single-piece toilets. In addition to that, its compact size makes it easier to maneuver into position over the waste pipes, as compared to other single-piece toilets.
The main parts of this unit include the tank lid, bolt cap, trip lever, and bolt cap sets. They all come in different colors, such as Cotton, Bone, White, Beige, and Ebony. Apart from that, the package includes a fill valve, flush valve, and flapper. If you see any parts missing, be sure to contact TOTO when the product arrives.
Measuring the rough-in is a crucial part when buying a toilet. Basically, it’s the distance between the wall and the flange, usually around 12 inches. However, it might be 10 or 14 inches, depending on the model. All you need to measure a rough-in is a tape. Place it against the wall and extend it to the bolts in the center. It might not be exactly 12 inches, so simply lower it down to the closest number.
The only drawback that we noticed about this toilet is its weight. It weighs more than most two-piece units on the market. Apart from that, this unit has numerous great features to offer. At first, ADA compliant and licensed for EPA WaterSense. Also, it has a chrome-plated lever and a beautiful, sleek design.
Overall Rating 4.7/5
In conclusion, the TOTO Supreme II toilet is an efficient and compact toilet that doesn’t take a lot of bathroom floor space like many other toilets. Its adequate-height seat is ideal for all users. Additionally, it meets the ADA height requirements and is excellent and efficient at what it does.
Lastly, this toilet is relatively expensive but qualifies you for a WaterSense rebate on your water bill. Its CEFIONTECT™ Glaze finish keeps the toilet clean and prevents the growth of bacteria and microbes on the surface.