In the U.S., toilets account for 30% of indoor water use. This is mostly due to their inefficient design.
The Stealth uses only 0.8 gallons per flush (GPF). This is much less than the average toilet that typically uses 2.5 gallons per flush. It’s also 37% less water than a “high-efficiency” toilet (those certified by EPA WaterSense).
The Stealth toilet achieves this low rate due a unique hydraulic design. By harnessing the energy of water filling the tank, Stealth pressurizes the exit pipe of the toilet. This creates a swift, powerful flush using only 0.8 gallons of water.
The manufacturer of the Stealth also claims that is also the quietest toilet available.
I’ve had two of these toilets installed in my house — and they flush better than most toilets I’ve encountered.
The Stealth Ultra-High-Efficiency Toilet is available on Amazon for about $230.
Here’s the Stealth home page.