|Item Weight||69.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||28 x 19.5 x 30.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||CST744S#01|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Water Consumption||1.6 GPF|
|Flush Type||Power Flush Toilets|
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TOTO Drake Elongated Bowl and Tank, Cotton White
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- Contemporary, high profile design
- G-Max Flushing System: Quiet, powerful, commercial grade flushing performance
- Fast Flush: Wide 3-Inch flush valve is 125-Percent larger than conventional 2-Inch flush valves
- Wider, 2-1/8-Inch computer designed, fully glazed trap way
- Large water surface
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CST744S#01 Finish: Cotton, Lever Location: Left-Hand Features: -Traditional, high profile design.-G-max flushing system: Quiet, powerful, commercial grade flushing performance.-Upgrade with a SoftClose seat, or a Washlet.-Fast flush: Wide 3'' flush valve is 125% larger than conventional 2'' flush valves.-Wider,computer designed, fully glazed trapway.-Large water surface.-Product Type: Two-piece toilet.-Distressed: No.-Style: Traditional.-Mounting Type: Floor mounted.-Gallons Per Flush: 1.6.-Trip Lever Placement: Right.-Bowl Shape: Elongated.-Swatch Available: No.-Eco-Friendly: Yes.-2.13'' Trap.-Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 30.5.-Overall Width - Side to Side: 19.5.-Overall Depth - Front to Back: 28.-Tank Width - Side to Side: 19.5.-Rough In Size: 12.-Installation Required: Yes.-Distressed: No.-Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 30.5.-Overall Width - Side to Side: 19.5.-Overall Depth - Front to Back: 28. Dimensions: -Comfort Height: Yes.-Seat Height: 14.5.-Overall Product Weight: 19.5. Collection: -Drake collection.-Collection: Drake.
From the Manufacturer
TOTO C744E-01 This is a combination of Bowl along with ST743S-01 Tank. High profile elongated close coupled toilet with 12-Inch rough-in. Low consumption (6 Lpf/1.6 Gpf) siphon jet flushing action. Tank with lid, fittings, chrome plated trip lever, less seat. With unrivaled vision and innovation expertise, TOTO leads and never follows in designing, engineering, refining and delivering innovative technology that enhances your daily life. TOTO's innovations translate into the best performance and ecology in the plumbing world. TOTO leaves nothing to chance when it comes to design. TOTO embraces holistic design principles because performance, quality, functionality and ultimately, customer satisfaction, are just as important as aesthetics. Backed by precision engineering and global manufacturing, great designs address functionality and performance as well as beauty. Attention to detail, continuous improvement, over a thousand research and development professionals and 90+ years of experience fuel TOTO's product quality. TOTO provides unmatched performance, durability and reliability, representing the ultimate in customer satisfaction for our toilets, faucets, lavatories, showers and products for the entire bathroom. Superior quality backed by over 90 years of experience creates many benefits. TOTO installations offer peace of mind and performance you can count on. Reliability translates into reduced maintenance costs and superior performance.
Top Customer Reviews
My plumber recommended this brand and model as a great value. It's about half the price of other high-performance toilets, and it is the most reliable model he's found. I now have two of these. The 1.6 gallons per flush Toto Drakes replaced one 5 gallon per flush, and another that was 7 gallons per flush. Man, I wish I had replaced these two water guzzlers years ago.
Another thing to consider is the fact that some of the newer high performance toilets have replacement parts that are hard to find, expensive to buy and difficult to install. The Drake parts are available in most hardware stores, are inexpensive, and easy (real easy) to install.
They have an incredible flushing capacity for only using 1.6gallons of water.
I replaced each one in about 1 1/2 hrs. Make sure you order the elongated seats
because they do not come with a seat. You will also need to buy a new reinforced
wax ring at a hardware store. If you have a tiled bathroom you might need two rings
because the flange will be too low for a proper seal. If you just have a vinyl floor
one wax ring will be enough as long as the flange ring is fairly flush with the floor. Make sure you know the rough in of your toilet (distance from your wall to the screws that hold down the toilet base.It does not need to be exact thats why the call it "rough in". The standard is a 12"but it can be a 10" or 14" rough in. Toilets come with different rough ins. If you buy these TOTOs you will be quite satisfied.Hopefully this review was helpful to the DIY person.
A TIP: If you have an issue with the fill valve after a few years, don't replace it, try servicing it first. If you have the type b fill valve, its manufacturer makes a servicing video for the valve; type in korky service on you tube and the video should come up.
There are some quick videos of this very toilet flushing (nothing gross). Just flushing water, flushing clean paper, and a view inside the tank while flushing. Just search on Drake CST744s on you tube and these should be the first 3 that come up. There are some weird noises on the video; ignore them because its just my crummy cell-phone camera microphone distorting the sound of running water.
These toilets basically go: slurp, gurgle, gurgle, gurgle, then, a running-water sound while refilling, then just stop filling. Nothing that's going to wake your mate. We love this toilet because it really did let us toss the plunger, and we know it will be installed in this house for decades to come.
One other note: If you live in a jurisdiction where you get a rebate for a 1.28gpf "Watersense" toilet, there is a CST744E version of this toilet that qualifies. The bowl is the same. The china tank is the same; it just has slightly-different guts inside. (Green-colored valve that has a slightly-lower refill ratio so less water is wasted down the bowl during refill and flapper that looks the same but closes slightly-faster.) Toto just tweaked this thing so it would perform the same but only use 1.28gpf, and saved most of the water on the refill, not in the flush. People who have both have reported they flush the same. Because it's the same toilet, if you don't like the 1.28 flush, you can have as a backup plan to swap the fill valve for the Blue Korky valve and swap the flapper for the Red Fits Toto flapper and you will have yourself a 1.6gpf Drake. But everyone I know or have read who had that backup plan was totally happy with the 1.28gpf EcoDrake (not to be confused with the more-expensive Drake II, which is a totally-different design). On the other hand, if you're not in a drought jurisdiction, or don't care about the water savings, then just get this one.
When trying to decide which white is right, consider the other fixtures in your bathroom. American Standard's white is closest to Colonial White and Kohler's white is closest to Cotton White.
This is a great toilet but there is a QC problem. I'm the second person to experience it. The holes in the toilet bowl used to mount the toilet seat are misaligned by about 1/4 inch. As a result the toilet seat hangs over one side of the toilet bowl. Unfortunately, mounting the toilet seat is usually the last thing you do when installation. By that time the toilet has already been installed.
Amazon is a fantastic company and they will replace it but what a hassle and expense to install, remove and reinstall a defective toilet.
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