With all the features satisfying ADA compliances, Kohler Cimarron is a two-piece toilet. This toilet uses less water and has a water sensing certification. Cimarron comes with a Kohler’s AquaPiston flushing mechanism. This enhances the power of the flushing system. So let’s take a look at an in-depth Kohler Cimarron Review.
We all know how important a good toilet system is. Our team has hence taken the pain of reviewing this very product by Kohler. The review in the next section will give an insight into the features.
Here goes the review of various aspects of the Kohler Cimarron toilet, its design, the innovative flushing system, super easy cleaning, and other aspects of the toilet. So let’s not waste anymore time and get started with the Kohler Cimarron Review
Toilet design and material
Built using vitreous china, Cimarron is a two-piece toilet system. The fully glazed trap way makes it smoother to use. The seat is fitted at a chair height making it comfortable.
The elongated bowl design makes it convenient to use. The toilet system is not coated using any special material
The Flushing System
Cimarron is built using Kohler’s AquaPiston flushing system. The system not only uses less water but also makes sure that the waste is cleared after the first flush. The system works by enhancing water pressure which in turn forces the water into the bowl up to the perimeter of the rim ensuring a complete cleaning. You won’t face a problem of clogging while using Cimarron.
Cimarron has a first flush cleaning capacity. With the smart flushing system, glazed trap way, and an elongated bowl design the cleaning becomes very easy and effective. As for the sanitization and external cleaning, any kind of cleaning products can be used on Cimarron as there is no special coating.
In compliance with the Water sense certification, the toilet must clear a specific amount of miso paste after the first flush.
We have already been commending the less water usage by Cimarron. It uses only 1.28 gallons of water every single time you flush.
The water sense certification may get you rebates from water bills (but this is area-specific).
The Ease of Installation
Cimarron is very easy to install as the two-piece system helps distribute the weight, unlike the one-piece toilet system. Although the tank needs to be fitted separately to the bowl.
The toilet uses a trap seal, T- bolts and nuts, and a toilet seat. The standard rough-in of 12 inches is used to the center of the waste pipe from the wall.
Kohler provides a user manual with stepwise instructions and the tools required for installing its two-piece Cimarron toilet system. For accessing the manual you can click here.
The pros and cons of the product:
- Two-piece toilet
- ADA compliance, which means if the flush trip lever faces the approach to the toilet
- Water-Sense certified
- Chrome flush trip lever
- AquaPiston flush system
- Fully glazed trap way
- 1 year limited warranty
- The shape at the base of the toilet makes it difficult to use a plunger (should one be needed)
Overall thoughts about Kohler Cimarron
The Kohler Cimarron deserves no less than a 4.5/5 rating. The features and its design makes it worth a buy. The company also offers a one-year warranty. If you want a toilet system for the restrooms in your office then this is the best option.
The ADA compliances make it suitable for the restrooms used by the public as well as by the employees. Moderately priced as it is, it doesn’t come with a toilet seat. So you need to pay a bit extra for the toilet seat.
The powerful flushing system makes it perfect for areas that offer a water sense rebate as this toilet is water sense certified. This gives the product a high value for money. We hope you liked the Kohler Cimarron Review, and it will help you in making a wise investment decision.
You can also check Kohler Devonshire’s review here.