Niagara Stealth Toilet Review – 2021

Niagara Stealth Toilet bowl and tank combo is actually a water conservation toilet, it uses only melting in a fall flower flush. Niagara claims that their excessive best flushing is good, just like double flushes are needed. If toilet noise is something that you keep in mind while purchasing a toilet (and the reason why you are here), then there might not be any better option to choose from for you.

The Niagara Stealth was designed with one straight purpose in mind; to be as silent as possible. It’s so evident, that even the name suggests the same, so there should be no mistakes in this area. From the looks of this toilet, it seems like an everyday average toilet. It has a standard design, with two-pieces and no interesting styling cues adding to its flair. However, that’s where the subtle changes come into play, it’s what is inside the toilet that truly sets it apart from the rest of the competition.

Design & Material – Niagara Stealth Toilet

This Vitrish is made from China and looks like a standard two-piece toilet with a longbow. These toilet bits are also there. This is the best for a very well-worn flushing system.

Flushing System

Niagara Stealth Flushing System Design

Not only this, a full flush foot in this toilet only uses 0.8 gallons of water, it is also very comfortable. It is classified as toilet water certification. Stealth is the only toilet. It is classified as efficiency. This causes it to act as a siphon so that the pipe pulls the waste more down to help.


It claims that even with less use of this water, it will clean the first flush every time without needing a second flush. As a result, the water pulse is able to flush the toilet in 1.28 melting flushes to get to nature.


Presently, the lowest consumption of any toilet in the market is that it is the only water-sensed means that to buy this toilet in the area with a lot of money discounted for.

Ease of Installation

 Although most toilets are not with an up shield seal, but with bolts to fix the toilet on stealth floors they do not come with bolts to fix the toilet. You can refer to the official installation manual here.


  • Ultra-High-Efficiency Flush
  • Uses just 0.8 gallons per flush (GPF)
  • Water Sense certified.


The only drawback with the Niagara Stealth is that it does not come with the bolts to attach the toilet to the floor.


Overall view on Niagara Stealth Toilet

As is evident from the name, the real power of the Niagara Stealth is its almost perfectly silent operation. In the beginning, we weren’t sure how silent this toilet bowl would actually be, but after using it, we can say that it’s impressively stealthy.

Now the question, how does it achieve this? Through several design changes.

First and foremost, the tank is noise canceling. It helps in preventing any sound from escaping into the bathroom. So, instead of emptying all the way every time it is flushed, the tank remains mostly full, using only a small portion of the water inside for a flush. This allows the valve to remain submerged, which prevents any sound there is from transferring out of the tank.

This toilet is a test made to make a high hardness flush, and other efficient toilets are also certified by Ada which means that the Niagara Stealth can be installed for use in public toilets, used by employees or the general public. We hope, this will help you make an informed purchase. If you liked this review, please read our Kohler Devonshire Toilet Review – 2021

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