Black Black Two-piece Elongated 1.6 Gpf Toilet

Kohler K35057
Wellworth Classic Collection

Available in 3 Color(s)

Features

  • 30-1/4"L x 21-1/4"W x 29-1/4"H
  • Pressure Assist flushing technology
  • Two-piece toilet
  • Elongated bowl

Quick Specs

  • Type: Toilets
  • Width: 31.25"
  • Height: 29.25"
  • Depth: 21.25"

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Newly designed Pressure Lite toilets raise the bar for exceptional bulk flushing performance. This Wellworth Pressure Lite elongated toilet with left-hand trip lever and its 1.6 gallon flush offers complementary style for any bath or powder room.

Features
  • Features
  • Elongated bowl.
  • Equipped with Sloan FLUSHMATE® - Sloan® Valve Company.
  • 1.6 gpf (6.0 lpf)
  • 12" x 10" (305 mm x 254 mm) water surface.
  • Left-hand Polished Chrome trip lever.
Cannot ship to California, Colorado, Texas and Washington due to state limitations. Material
  • Material
  • Vitreous china.
Installation
  • Installation
  • Seat and supply line sold separately.
  • Standard 12" (305 mm) rough-in.

Features

  • 30-1/4"L x 21-1/4"W x 29-1/4"H
  • Pressure Assist flushing technology
  • Two-piece toilet
  • Elongated bowl
  • 12" rough-in
  • Includes Polished Chrome trip lever, less seat and supply
  • Pressure Lite toilets that utilize 1.6-gallon per flush
  • Advanced noise-mapping and frequency analysis ensure quiet performance
  • Large 10" x 12" water surface helps keep bowl clean and reduces odors
  • Pressure Assist Technology uses compressed air within the reservoir to deliver robust flushing power

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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