The Cadet Chair-Height Round-Front Toilet from American Standard is plumber tested and plumber approved. The Cadet is backed by an industry-leading warranty that includes lifetime on chinaware, 5 years on mechanical parts, and 1 year on the seat. This chair-height toilet offers added comfort, and features a round front to accommodate smaller bathrooms perfectly. Engineered for high-efficiency, low consumption, it uses 1.28 gallons per flush, 20% less water than a regular toilet, and is WaterSense® certified, your assurance of optimal water savings, quality and performance. The EverClean surface inhibits the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew.
- TRADE EXCLUSIVE TANK
- RIGHT-HAND TRIP LEVER - Durable metal in Polished Chrome finish
- 12-INCH ROUGH-IN
- WATER SENSE CERTIFIED - Uses 20 percent less water and performs as well as or better than regular toilets
- CHAIR-HEIGHT COMFORT - Measures 17" tall, including seat, for ease of use compared to standard height. Slight variation in height may occur based on the height of the seat used.
- ADA COMPLIANT - Meets Americans with Disabilities Act requirements for use and accessibility
- POWERWASH RIM - Scrubs the bowl clean with every flush
- FINISHING TOUCHES - Includes color-matched bowl caps and trip lever
- METAL PARTS - Robust metal trip lever and metal shank fill valve
- DURABLE CONSTRUCTION - Made from quality vitreous china for strength and reliability
- LESS SEAT - Toilet seat is sold separately
||5 Year Limited Warranty
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