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Kohler battery-powered toilet

Avoir is a battery powered one-piece tankless toilet that doesn’t require access to an electrical outlet


March 23, 2020
Kohler battery-powered toilet

Avoir is a battery-powered, one-piece tankless toilet that doesn’t require access to an electrical outlet. Instead, the unit uses four AA batteries to power the toilet for one year. Equipped with the company’s Readylock system, the unit promises easy installation and has a corrugated base template for alignment, which helps installers lift and set the unit properly in a tight space. Avoir comes with a Quiet Close seat and cover hinge mechanism and fully skirted design for easy cleaning and maintenance. Available in White, Dune, and Black (shown), the high-efficiency unit uses 1.28 gallons per flush. kohler.com

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