The H2Option ADA Dual Flush toilet by American Standard is an Ultra-High Efficiency toilet that allows you to choose either a full flush (1.28 gpf) or partial flush (0.92 gpf) to save even more water for optimal performance. With the highest water efficiency and quietest gravity flush, the H2Option dual flush toilets are now available with a stylish trip lever that meets ADA accessibility requirements. Featuring beauty you can see and feel, our use of long-lasting, solid materials and flawless attention to details results in dependable performance for life. This toilet was designed with stand-out style that fits in life today, and will stay looking great for years to come. The convenient dual-flush trip lever makes selecting the full or partial flush easy. A permanent EverClean® surface includes antimicrobial properties that inhibit the growth of stain and odor causing bacteria, mold, and mildew on the surface. An innovative PowerWash Rim offers siphon jet bowl technology, providing optimal performance with every flush.
Who is American Standard?
A leader in bathroom and kitchen fixtures, American Standard has over 140 years in the business of engineering the best faucets, sinks, toilets, bidets, and more for your home. With high-quality materials and a wide range of styles and designs, American Standard products are ideal for master baths, powder rooms, and kitchens, both residential and commercial. American Standard products take performance, beauty, and water conservation seriously, innovating the latest solutions to improve your life and home.
- Combination Right Height elongated bowl and left hand trip lever tank, seat sold separately
- Ultra-High Efficiency (UHET) dual flush toilet configuration with left hand trip lever
- EverClean antimicrobial surface which includes antimicrobial properties, inhibits the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold, and mildew on the surface
- PowerWash rim scrubs the bowl with each flush
- Tank supplied with chrome finish trip lever
Water Conservation Requirements
Water efficiency standards for plumbing products such as faucets, toilets, and showerheads vary state to state. Products that do not comply with EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) standards for water conservation are not eligible for purchase or shipping in specific regions.
This product meets water efficiency standards and is eligible for purchase in all contiguous U.S. states.