Pros: small flush stops singing in 9 seconds
Cons: perpetually covered with tire streaks
In our bathroom renovations, it took me a month and a half to get around to installing this, and less than a week to want to smash it to bits with a twelve-pound sledge. Any water-saver toilet that requires 3 litres for a liquid flush and 24-36 litres (four to six hits of the button) to dispose of a solid flush is not saving any water at all. If you do not get your "deposit" absolutely centred in the postage-stamp sized puddle of water in the bottom of the bowl, it looks like someone drop-kicked the chocolate cake. Give me back my old Foremost, 1989 $60 can that is covered with stains, calcium and the labels the previous owners never removed.
After a long argument with Home Depot to get them to take it back ("We don't take back used toilets for sanitary reasons..." So I just paid $200 for something that's useless?) they agreed to exchange for a Triumph Cadet 3 six-litre. I have to take the tank back on that one - the flapper is leaking.