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Brondell Perfect Flush Gives You Options

Brondell Perfect Flush Gives You Options

Brondell Perfect Flush (Images courtesy Brondell)
By Andrew Liszewski

Low-flow toilets are an easy way to reduce your water consumption at home, but there are still times when a full-on flush is just overkill. So the Perfect Flush kit, which can be installed on over 90% of existing toilets in just 30 minutes, gives you 2 flushing buttons. A full-flush for… uh… tougher jobs, and a half-flush for stuff that goes down a bit easier. Now the concept of two flushing options is already pretty common almost everywhere outside of North America, but for those of us living in the good ol’ NA, Brondell claims the Perfect Flush will immediately reduce your toilet’s water usage by up to 50%, which just might make the $149 investment worthwhile.

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  • WooKstah

    Now if they could build this into a grey-water toilet, everything would be set!

    http://www.treehugger.com/files/2006/10/watersa

  • Patrick

    I would prefer the more useful “Full Flush” and “Mega Flush”.

  • RebenBah

    Oh zh1t! Mega Flush would be awesome when your chocolate factory makes chocolate milk with choco chunks.

  • Jay

    hahaha Half flush, welcome to what aussies figure out decades ago.

  • mcman

    I like the mega flush idea or maybe the super mega flush. I want a flush that can handle a canned ham.

  • Blairf Felgenheimer

    If you buy the right kind of toilet it will do the same thing without the $150 additional cost. With my toilet the difference between a half flush and a full is as simple as flipping the handle or holding it down for a couple seconds while the tank empties. Much like coffee this article makes me want to poo.

  • Alex

    I've had half flush toilets for as long as I can remember

  • sdfad

    This is so freaking old.
    This has been around for like 10 years

  • DL

    Yea, this isn't a new invention at all man, they're all over most european countries, have been for probably 2 decades.

  • DL

    Yea, this isn't a new invention at all man, they're all over most european countries, have been for probably 2 decades.