Re: Amer. Stand. Cadet Pressure-Assisted
Posted by Terry Love on August 10, 19100 at 23:06:35:
In response to Re: Amer. Stand. Cadet Pressure-Assisted

: Hi. I was on the verge of buying an American Standard Cadet Pressure-Assisted, when the hardware store guy said, "You're going to buy that dog?" I finally got out of him that he's an "old-fashioned plumber" who doesn't like those pressure-assisted toilets, but now I'm wondering if there was some other reason that he felt uncomfortable telling me. (In case the store lost a sale?)

: I started out to buy a Toto UltraMax, but my extra tall husband said it was too narrow to be comfortable. The Cadet was fine and I thought, to accomodate his height, we'd buy an ADA approved. Hence the "final" decision on the Cadet. Now I don't know? Any opinions would be much appreciated!

What is a plumber doing working at a hardware store?
If you are looking for the most power in a flush, then the pressure assist is the way to go.

If you find a seat you like, it will fit on any of the toilets, assuming that you buy round for round front and elongated for the, well you know.

American Standard does make a pretty good Cadet gravity toilet in the ADA height also.

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