Toto Dartmouth or Willingham vs. Drake or Ultramax?

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Bec

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After doing a lot of reading here, I have decided not to go with the Kohler Bancroft in my new bathroom, but with a Toto. The Drake and Ultramax have gotten great reviews, but I like the retro look of the Dartmouth and Willingham models. Any thoughts on those? The first proiority is flushability; looks are second. We have folks in my family with large deposits (sorry for this info) and I need a toilet that can handle waste.

And - do I want CEFIONTECT?

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If the stools are abnormally large, from a medical condition, then the Caroma may be better. The trapway is 3"

99% of people do fine with a 2-1/8" trapway, but there is that 1% that may have trouble.

If they are in the 99%, then any of the TOTO toilets with a 3" flush valve and 2-1/8" trapway would do fine.
Dartmouth, Clayton, Promenade, Willingham and others.

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I have both a Dartmouth and a Drake. Each work very well. I've had the Dartmouth for over 2 years with zero problems, The Drake was just installed last month, so no long term evaluation, but I expect it to be working flawlessly for the next 25 year. I'll be 100 then, and probably won't be worrying about it too much. :D

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