Elegant iteration: Redesigned Karo II one-piece toilet from Icera

The design incorporates the features of the original Karo model while adding a squared tank and transitional lines.
Icera's Karo II's design incorporates the features of the original Karo model while adding a squared tank and transitional lines. Photo credit: Icera

Icera has launched Karo II, a new iteration of one of its most popular toilets.

The design incorporates the features of the original Karo model while adding a squared tank and transitional lines.

Karo II is a one-piece elongated toilet that has Icera’s anti-microbial MicroGlaze for better hygiene and stain-resistance. The skirted trapway gives the design a clean finished look and allows for easier maintenance. Crafted of white vitreous china, Karo II is ADA-compliant with a chair-height bowl and includes features such as a Duroplast soft-close seat with quick-release. The Karo II is designed with Icera’s EcoQuattro technology to consume just 1.28 gallons of water per flush. It also comes with a polished chrome tank lever and seat hinge caps, with other finish options available separately including polished nickel, satin nickel, polished brass and Venetian bronze.

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