|Item Weight||102 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||31 x 20.8 x 29 inches|
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|Item model number||3810-0|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Water Consumption||1.28 GPF|
|Flush Type||Gravity Flush Toilets|
|Warranty Description||One-year limited warranty|
KOHLER 3810-0 Santa Rosa Comfort Height Elongated 1.28 GPF Toilet with AquaPiston Flush Technology and Left-Hand Trip Lever, White
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- Removal and haul away of 1 old toilet (if required)
- Prepping of soil pipe, flange, and wax ring
- Setting of 1 customer-supplied bowl, tank, and seat
- Bolting toilet base to flange
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- One-piece toilets integrate the tank and bowl into a seamless, easy-to-clean design.
- Compact elongated bowl offers added comfort while occupying the same space as a round-front bowl.
- Comfort Height(R) feature offers chair-height seating that makes sitting down and standing up easier for most adults.
- Seat and lid included - Supply line not included
- 1.28 gallons per flush (gpf).
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From the manufacturer
We push flushing power, bowl cleanliness and toilet design to the leading edge. We never compromise. Why should you?
Saving Water Is For The Birds.
And fish. And animals. And the future with Kohler water-efficient toilets.
Make A Stand For Comfort.
Our Comfort Height toilets feature chair-height seating to make sitting down and standing up easier for most adults.
Kick Your Plunger To The Curb.
Kohler's canister flush valve packs a powerful punch to eliminate clogs without wasting water.
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|Item Dimensions||20.75 x 31 x 29 in||16.56 x 28.31 x 28.75 in||14.5 x 28.5 x 27.5 in||17.75 x 29.75 x 29.5 in||16.13 x 29.25 x 26.38 in||17.75 x 29.75 x 28.13 in|
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This Santa Rosa toilet's one-piece design adds a contemporary look to your bathroom environment while conserving space with a compact elongated bowl. Its 1.28-gallon high-efficiency flush provides significant water savings of up to 16,500 gallons per year, versus an old 3.5-gallon toilet, without sacrificing performance. A chair-height, elongated seat makes it comfortable to use.
From the Manufacturer
Compact in size, the stylish Santa Rosa toilet delivers 3.5-Gallon flushing performance in a 1.28-Gallon package. This one-piece elongated toilet is available in a palette of KOHLER colors to complement any decor.
Top customer reviews
We bought this toilet at a retail store under a different model number (specific to that retailer) but it appears to be the same as this K3810. Conmfort height, Class 5 flushing (cannister instead of flapper valve), 1.28 gallons per flush, Santa Rosa, one-piece, white.
I was highly skeptical of a 1.28 gpf toilet, even by Kohler, since our 3.5 gpf contractor grade (cheap) toilets often needed a second or third flush to clear the water. But I had hopes since we had such excellent experience with the Kohler Brookline sinks we installed a few years ago (superb design, excellent rinse of the basin, precision casting of the ceramics). A couple of our old toilets (22 yrs) have repeatedly leaked at the tank bolts, and one just does not seal well on the wax ring. A plumber said they were poorly shaped (uneven casting) and would be impossible to fix properly. Plus, he said the cheap ones have narrow trapways and clog easy. I was sick of taking up toilets, troubleshooting and fixing, thus the call to the plumber. Time for new toilets.
We went with the Kohler brand based on our excellent past experience with their sinks. I wanted a one-piece so as to forever get rid of at least the tank bolt leak possibility of failure. Local retailers have he Santa Rosa and Cimmaron two-piecce in stock and with a $75 local water district rebate for 1.28gpf I took a chance on the Santa Rosa one-piece. Even without the rebate I would have tried the Santa Rosa but it made the decision a little easier. I had been leaning toward the 1.6gpf models but decided to at least try one of the 1.28gpf.
The retailer model came with a basic Kohler seat and bolt covers, but no wax ring or anything else. The install was easy, except the old bolts were too long (2.25") and I had to cut them off with my oscillating multi-tool (Fein). I used a extra large wax ring and it oozes all over; a standard wax ring seal would have been fine. For a standard faucet hook-up you NEED a 12" toilet hose. The Santa Rosa connection is about 3 inches higher than our old toilet and I needed a new 12" hose to reach it. The seat went on easy. It is an easy-on-easy-off style. Overall, very easy as far as the Kohler toilet goes. Draining the old toilet, not so much fun.
BTW, the instructions say it fits in a 12" rough out. Our bolts are exactly 12" from the back drywall and there is just over one inch space between the wall and the back of the tank, and about 2.5 inches from wall to the back of the base. No problem, easy fit. Be sure to measure yours though because builders occasionally fudge the dimensions.
Perfect. Some older models of the Santa Rosa got mixed or negative reviews for not emptying or cleaning the bowl. I think that was the version with a flapper valve in the tank. This K-3810 model uses the Class Five cannister. As another reviewer described it, it flushes in one gulp. We've had the toilet for about a week and it has flushed even some rather large "deposits" easily, and the water is clear. It has one moderate "whoosh" and everything is GONE. It quickly fills up the small tank. Relatively quiet compared to the older toilets, even the ones with the underwater fill hose. I am a believer in the flush technology and toilet design of the Santa Rosa. Besides saving on the monthly water bill, if our water supply ever goes out again it will take about one third as much water form buckets to fill the tank for manual flushing.
Very nice. The elongated seat if huge compared to the old round style, lots of sitting room. I am six foot and over 200 pounds so not obese but no featherweight either. The longer base of the Santa makes it very solid, no tilting or rocking (even casting of the porcelain and stable footprint). The plastic (polypropylene?) seat is slightly slanted inward so it is a slight cradling effect, nice. Some have complained of the plastic seat, but even at over 200 pounds I find it sold and well fitted to the bowl shape. We plan to upgrade to a slow close style and on a couple of toilets to make them the "Transitions" slow close with both toddler and adult seats nested. But as a seat the standard plastic Kohler seat is nice and solid.
We have never had a "comfort height" toilet before so this aspect was also new to us. It is 16.5" high to the seat which is ideal for me at being 6' tall. It is way more comfortable than the old standard ones. My 5'4" wife finds it too high: her feet dangle but even so it is not uncomfortable, just awkward. Our grandkids use a step stool anyway so it is not much of an issue for them. We may look for a normal height toilet (15"?) for the Master bath.
We spent close to three bills for the Santa Rosa which seems like a lot for a toilet. You can get just as good of flushing (Kohler Class 5) cheaper, but not in a one piece design. If one-piece is not a big deal for you then the Cimarron two-piece is probably the best value. In a one-piece design the Santa Rosa is sleek, a water miser, and a great flushing performer, all at a relatively reasonable cost (especially with local water district rebates).
Overall we REALLY like the Kohler Santa Rosa Class Five 1.28gpf toilet. It does not clog, flushes 300% better than our old 3.5gpf toilets, and looks very sleek and clean. I think the seat height (like any "chair" height toilet) is the main feature to consider whether it is right for you or not. Otherwise it is terrific in performance and looks.