7 Best Toto Toilets You Can Get in 2018– Reviews and Buying Guide

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There are so many homes out there that the owners have installed any old toilet, which is either unattractive, wasteful, or breaks often. But just think about the advantages that a new and efficient toilet can offer. According to EPA, you can save up to $130 and 13,000 gallons of water every year by merely changing your toilet. But which one to choose instead? If style, innovative design, and efficiency matter to you, you might want to go for the best Toto toilet you can get your hands on.

Toto is one of the leaders in plumbing innovations. Their proprietary flushing systems, CeFiONtect glaze that keeps a toilet free of debris and prevents mold growth, and many other innovations make Toto so special and are the reason why they are among the best sellers, online and offline, and top rated by customers. So we checked out the best Toto products and features and read copious amounts of customer reviews to help you find the exact Toto toilet that you need for your bathroom.

Top 7 Toto Toilets Review 2018

In this review, we’ll go through the best toilets available in the Toto lineup, from ones with tons of features to toilets that are very basic, and everything in between. The table below will summarize our seven favorite Toto toilets for quick reference, followed by more in-depth reviews of each item. The Buying Guide, which you can find at the end of this article, will give you all the background info you need to make an educated purchase.

Name and Features Image Rating Price
1. Neorest 700H (Editor’s Choice)
Top-of-the-range toilet that combines a great deal of features: from full automatic design and remote control to in-built air deodorizer, heated seat and night light. It also includes the best Toto's innovations.
Neorest
2. Drake II Two-Piece Toilet (Runner-up)
Most popular and top-rated toilet by Toto, featuring everything we usually need: classical straightforward design to fit in all homes, easy installation, and great features by Toto.
Drake2
3. Ultramax II One-Piece Toilet (Best Classic Design)
One-piece toilet, which is easy to clean, classically designed, and easy to maintain. It features the Tornado Flush flushing system and CeFiONtect glaze, which make it clean with every flush. This toilet is very top-rated by customers.
Ultramax2
4. Vespin II Two-Piece Toilet (Best Transitional Design)
Two-piece toilet with the elongated bowl and skirted design that give it a sleek modern look. It comes in three rough in sizes (12”, 10”, and 14”) that make it fit in any bathroom.
Vespin
5. Drake Two-Piece Toilet (Budget Pick)
The most affordable toilet in our list, still offering all the key Toto features. The E-Max flushing system with 1.6 GPF cleans the bowl perfectly.
Drake
6. Aquia Wall-Hung Toilet (Best Wall Hung Toilet)
Wall-hung toilet with the elongated bowl is perfect for smaller bathrooms or high-tech designs. There is also the dual flush option, so you can control how much water you need to use.
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7. Eco Soirée One Piece Toilet
A toilet with the elongated bowl and lots of install sizes available. Easy to clean due to one-piece design, CeFIONtect glaze, and Tornado Flush flushing system.
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7 Best Toto Toilets You Can Get in 2018– Reviews and Buying Guide
Features
  • One-piece toilet
  • Elongated bowl
  • Tornado Flush flushing system
  • Dual Flush
  • 0.8 or 1.0 gallons per flush
  • Automatic lid opening and closing & automatic flush
  • ewater+
  • CeFiONtect glaze
  • Air deodorizer & heated seat
  • Remote control
  • Nightlight
  • Skirted design
  • Universal height
  • ADA compliant
  • 12″ rough-in

OVERALL RATING: 10 out of 10

Neorest

Whether you are looking for a modern take on a toilet, or whether you just want to have the very best Toto toilet in your bathroom, the Neorest fits the bill. Its universal height and 12” rough-in make it easy to install in any bathroom. It is economical since it only uses 1.0 GPF or 0.8 GPF (gallons per flush) depending on how much water you need. Its sleek and small design would fit perfectly in a smaller bathroom.

What sets this toilet apart is all of the extra features. While these do add a bunch to the price, it comes with a remote, which allows you to raise and lower the seat, turn on a nightlight, or turn up the heat for your comfort. It is constructed with Toto’s patented CeFiONtect, which makes cleaning it a cinch. Couple that with the automatic flush and the deodorizer, and you have a toilet that is simply tough to beat.

PROS:
  • Tons of features
  • Universal height
  • Automatic lid and flush
  • Economical with only 0.8 GPF to 1.0 GPF

CONS:
  • On a pricey side

Features
  • Two-piece toilet
  • Elongated bowl
  • Double Cyclone flushing system
  • 1.28 gallons per flush
  • CeFiONtect glaze
  • Computer designed, fully glazed trapway
  • Chrome trip lever
  • Universal height
  • ADA compliant
  • 12″ rough-in

OVERALL RATING: 9.7 out of 10

DrakeII

This classically designed toilet would be a perfect fit in older homes, as well as newer ones with a flair for the past. It is a two-piece toilet, which helps to keep the cost down, though it does make it more difficult to clean. Luckily, it is built with Toto’s CeFiONtect built in, which helps a lot to cut down on the growth of mold or stains. It is a 12-inch rough in and a universal height.

If you have a bathroom that is a bit skinnier, then this toilet would probably work well for you. It has an elongated bowl that allows it to fit into smaller spaces. The double cyclone flushing system is quite economical and only uses 1.28 GPF.

PROS:
  • Economical
  • Budget-friendly
  • Elongated bowl for narrow bathrooms

CONS:
  • Tougher to clean than a one piece toilet

Features
  • One-piece toilet
  • Elongated bowl with SoftClose seat
  • Tornado Flush flushing system
  • 1.28 gallons per flush
  • CeFiONtect glaze
  • Computer designed, fully glazed trapway
  • Chrome trip lever
  • Universal height
  • ADA compliant
  • 12″ rough-in

OVERALL RATING: 9.5 out of 10

UltramaxII

This classically designed toilet would be perfect for a newer home or an older one. It is a 12 inch rough in, making it ideal for most home’s plumbing system. The elongated design makes it ideal for smaller size bathrooms, although, with its taller design, this toilet wouldn’t look out of place in a larger bathroom either.

This toilet is a one-piece unit, therefore it’s relatively easy to clean. And more so due, once again, to Toto’s patented CeFiONect technology, which helps to prohibit bacterial growth. This toilet is relatively basic otherwise, though, as you would expect of Toto, it utilizes a small amount of water with each flush.

PROS:
  • Economical
  • Budget-friendly
  • Classic design
  • Easy to clean

CONS:
  • Doesn’t come with a ton of specialized features

Features
  • Two-piece toilet
  • Elongated bowl
  • Tornado Flush flushing system
  • 1.28 gallons per flush
  • CeFiONtect glaze
  • Computer designed, fully glazed trapway
  • Skirted design
  • Chrome trip lever
  • Universal height
  • 12″ rough-in (10″ or 14″ optional)

OVERALL RATING: 9.3 out of 10

Vespin

Whether you have a classic looking bathroom or a more modern aesthetic in your design, this transitionally designed toilet will give you the look you need. Its two-piece design favors the bathrooms of the past, while the skirted design gives it a sleek modern look.

This high-efficiency toilet, which only uses 1.28 GPF thanks to Toto’s Tornado flushing system, comes in various rough in sizes (12”, 10”, and 14”). This makes it easier to fit into any bathroom, whether it is a new house or one that has a more dated plumbing system, though the various sizes might make it tough to find just the right one. And it is easy to keep clean, since it has Toto’s ceramic glaze that prohibits bacterial growth.

PROS:
  • Transitional design
  • Economical
  • Easy to keep clean

CONS:
  • Tricky to install

Features
  • Two-piece toilet
  • Elongated bowl
  • E-Max flushing system
  • 1.6 gallons per flush
  • Computer designed, fully glazed trapway
  • Chrome trip lever
  • ADA Compliant
  • 12″ rough-in

OVERALL RATING: 9.0 out of 10

Drake

If you want a great toilet, but you are on a bit of a budget, then the Drake might be a good way to go. It is budget friendly, which is due to its lack of special features. Even though it doesn’t have a ton of extra features to offer, it is a superbly designed toilet, which will be dependable for years to come.

It utilizes Toto’s E-max flushing system, which uses 1.6 GPF. While this is a bit more than some other models, it is by no means a wasteful toilet. If features a classic looking design, and can be installed with a 12” rough in. It has an elongated bowl, which is perfect for narrower bathrooms.

PROS:
  • Budget-friendly
  • Straightforward design

CONS:
  • Uses more water than other models

Features
  • Wall hung
  • Elongated bowl
  • Dual-Max flushing system
  • Dual-Flush option
  • 1.6 & 0.9 gallons per flush
  • CeFiONtect glaze
  • Skirted design
  • Universal height

OVERALL RATING: 9.0 out of 10

If you are looking for a toilet to match with your modern bathroom, then this is certainly worth a look. It is a wall hung toilet, making it sleek and unobtrusive. Since it is missing the tank that comes with a standard toilet, you need to be sure to have an in-wall tank system already installed before you get this toilet. This toilet is also sold without a lid, which will add a bit more expense to your overall purchase. But being a wall-hung piece, this toilet will save you much space, which is great if your bathroom is small.

Once you have the tank installed, this toilet is a low consumption model. As with other Toto toilets, you have the option of controlling how much water is used each time you flush. You can either choose to flush with 1.6 GPF or 0.9 GPF, depending on your needs at the time.

PROS:
  • Sleek and stylish
  • Universal height
  • Economical flushing system

CONS:
  • Needs to be paired with an in-wall tank system to flush
  • Lid sold separately

Features
  • One-piece toilet
  • Elongated bowl with SoftClose seat
  • Tornado Flush flushing system
  • 1.28 gallons per flush
  • Computer designed, fully glazed trapway
  • CeFiONtect glaze
  • Skirted design
  • Universal height
  • ADA compliant
  • 12″ rough-in (10″ or 14″ optional)

OVERALL RATING: 8.5 out of 10

EcoSoiree

Though this looks like a two-piece toilet, things are not always as they appear! This is, in fact, a one-piece toilet, which makes it a bit easier to clean and maintain. Like many other Toto toilets, this one is coated in their CeFIONtect glaze, which will also help to keep the toilet even cleaner. The Soirée has an elongated bowl, making it ideal for skinnier bathrooms, and with its stylish, yet classic look, would fit in a retro or more modern bathroom.

This toilet is another low flow model, flushing at only 1.28 GPF. However, unlike some other Toto toilets, this one has a bit of trouble always clearing and cleaning the bowl. The toilet has lots of installation options, as it can be a 12”, 10”, or 14” rough-in, as needed.

PROS:
  • Elongated bowl
  • Lots of install sizes available
  • One-piece for easy cleaning
  • Economical

CONS:
  • Doesn’t always clear the bowl with one flush

Buying Guide

To pick the best Toto toilet, you need to take several key design features into account before you make your final purchase. Read on to find out what they are.

Type and Configuration

The toilets that are offered by Toto come in two different configurations. You can either get them as one complete piece or two separate pieces.

One-piece

If you are going for a sleek aesthetically pleasing look in your bathroom design, then a one-piece toilet might be for you. They are shorter and more expensive than a two-piece model, but they are also easier to clean.

Two-piece

If saving money is the name of the game, then you might want to go with a two-piece toilet. They are not as sleek and trim as a one piece, but do have a taller tank, which will provide you with more flushing power.

Shape and Size

toto-style-and-designThere are several different shapes and sizes that Toto uses in the design of their toilets. Each of these has a bit of a different look or size. Make sure that you understand which one will work best for the amount of space you have in your bathroom.

Elongated

If the space that you need to fit your toilet is relatively thin, then an elongated bowl will probably fit best. They are not as wide as round or d-shaped bowls, making them perfect for tight spaces.

Round

When the space in your bathroom is relatively wide, but you don’t have room out front due to vanity or other apparatus, then a round bowl would probably work best. They are, as the name implies, short and round.

D-shape

A d-shaped toilet is the best of both worlds. It is somewhat elongated, yet still relatively compact. This makes it a good choice for many different bathroom setups.

Flushing System and Water Consumption

toto-flushingEach of the flushing systems that are listed below will utilize a different amount of water. This will allow you to choose the toilet that will best fit your needs, budget, and your house’s water pressure. The amount of water used is described as gallons per flush, or GPF for short.

  • Dual-Max. The dual max allows you to choose how much water is used for each flush with the push of a button. You can choose to use 0.9 GPF or 1.6 GPF, depending on your needs.
  • E-Max. This system uses 1.28 GPF.
  • Double Cyclone. This flushing system uses centrifugal force and gravity to provide its flushing power. It only uses 1.28 gallons per flush.
  • Tornado Flush. This system uses 1.28, but is very powerful, with two nozzles creating a centrifugal rinsing.

Innovations

Toto has long been an innovator in the plumbing world. As such, their toilets have some cool features that you might want to consider getting for your home.

  • CeFiONtect Glaze. This technology, which is a staple of the Toto design, helps to keep all ceramic surfaces free of debris and mold growth. This makes them that much easier to keep looking clean and fresh.

  • Self-cleaning. As the name would suggest, toilets with this technology will keep the toilet clean on its own, which saves you from having to do it yourself.
  • Heated Seat. A heated seat will help make using the bathroom in the winter much more pleasant.
  • Odor Eliminator. An odor eliminator is an ideal feature for anyone’s bathroom, since it, you know, eliminates the odors associated with the bathroom.
  • Remote Control. A remote control for a toilet will usually control the flush, heated seat, and turn on and off a nightlight for nighttime use.
  • Nightlight. This feature is perfect for those nighttime visits to the bathroom where your eyes aren’t quite open. It makes it much less likely that you’ll have an unexpected mess to clean up in the morning.
  • Automatic Lid. This lid opens and closes automatically. Never again will you have to worry.
  • Automatic Flush. Much like you find in tons of stores nowadays, an automatic flush will help to keep your hands cleaner after you use the restroom.

Installation

Depending on the age of your house, you will need to be careful of what type of toilet you pick. The reason for this is because older homes, with older plumbing, will need a toilet installed in one manner, while newer homes will need a different method. Be sure that you understand the installation method that your home requires before purchasing a new toilet.

Style and design

toto-wall-mount-style-designToto, luckily, understands that everyone has different tastes, and different styles when it comes to bathroom design. As such, their toilets come in different styles and designs.

  • If you are looking to recapture a design from the past, which makes sense if you have an older home, then a classically designed toilet is for you.
  • Modern toilets fit in with modern homes. They are usually space saving and sleek in their design.
  • Transitional toilets are a good combination of classical and modern design and would be a good fit for any home or designer preferences.

Price range

Whatever features you want your toilet to have, they need to fit your budget. Obviously, the more innovative and feature-rich a toilet is, the more expensive it will become. Make sure that you have a clear idea of your price range so that you can minimize your search time.

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10 Total Score
TOTO's Neorest 700H – Editor's Choice

The very best Toto toilet available today has to be the TOTO's Neorest 700H. There is so much to love about this toilet, since it has so many special features. First of all, its modern design makes it a centerpiece in any bathroom, new or old. Then, the fact that it comes with a remote is just so cool. This remote can do tons of stuff. It can be used to open and close the lid, turn on a nightlight, or the heated seat. As with most Toto toilets, this one comes with a CeFiONtect Glaze, which helps to keep bacteria and mold from growing in the toilet. Finally, this is also one of Toto’s most efficient models, which allows users to flush with either 1.0 or 0.8 GPF, depending on the need. Add in the odor eliminator, and you have got yourself one awesome toilet. Plain and simple, we cannot recommend this one enough.

Comfort
10
Flush
10
Design
10
PROS
  • Tons of features
  • Universal height
  • Automatic lid and flush
  • Economical with only 0.8 GPF to 1.0 GPF
CONS
  • On the pricey side
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