Buying Guide: Types of Toilets and Bidets
Before you buy, read up on the different types of toilet styles
For a device that has served the same function for ages, the toilet continues to evolve in both looks and performance. Even those toilets that seem unchanged from previous decades have hidden water-saving, anti-clog, and other features that make them vastly improved. Those interested in staying on the cutting edge of toilet technology can invest in an automatic, hands-free, paperless toilet that does everything but button your pants.
The two-piece toilet is a staple in many American homes and is likely the style you're most familiar with. It consists of two pieces—the toilet bowl and the tank—and comes in a rounded- or elongated-seat version.
Price range: from $150.
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