Modern vibe: Canto toilet from Icera

As a high-efficiency toilet consuming only 1.28 gallons per flush, the Canto has an oversized 2 1⁄8" trapway and 3" flush valve to eliminate clogging.
As a high-efficiency toilet consuming only 1.28 gallons per flush, the Canto has an oversized 2 1⁄8" trapway and 3" flush valve to eliminate clogging. Photo credit: Icera

Icera has unveiled the latest iteration of the Canto toilet.

A new look gives a modern twist to this transitional model with a sculptural silhouette that is softened by smooth curves at the base and a lid shape that mirrors the lines of the matching Canto vanity.

The Canto includes all of Icera’s signature plumbing technology, including the EcoQuattro flushing system that combines flushing power, exceptional cleanliness and minimal water usage. As a high-efficiency toilet consuming only 1.28 gallons per flush, the Canto has an oversized 2 1⁄8-inch trapway and 3-inch flush valve to eliminate clogging.

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A MicroGlaze anti-microbial finish is stain resistant and makes for an easy-to-clean bowl. Crafted of vitreous china, the Canto includes several touches, such as a soft-close and quick-release seat and an ADA-compliant chair-height elongated bowl. The toilet is available in white with multiple metal finish options for the trim.

All Icera toilets are 100-percent factory flush tested and come with a limited lifetime warranty.

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