10 Best Toilet Flush Valves

List Updated August 2020

Bestselling Toilet Flush Valves in 2020


Korky 2003BP EasyFix Toilet Flush Valve and Flapper Repair Kit - Repairs Flush Valves and Flappers - Easy to Install - Made in USA

Korky 2003BP EasyFix Toilet Flush Valve and Flapper Repair Kit - Repairs Flush Valves and Flappers - Easy to Install - Made in USA
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • QUICKLY FIX FLUSH VALVE AND FLAPPER WITHOUT REMOVING YOUR TOILET TANK - Fix your flush valve in less than 15 minutes
  • REPAIRS BOTH SEALING SURFACES to eliminate costly water waste
  • MADE IN USA - Proudly made in America and backed by a 5 year warranty
  • EXCLUSIVE LONGEST LASTING red rubber resists chlorine, bacteria, city water treatment, hard water, and well water
  • MADE OF FLEXIBLE RUBBER for a tight seal on most flush valves
  • EASY TO INSTALL, the 2003BP includes: (1) Premium Flapper, (1) Stainless Steel Chain, (1) Plastic Flush Valve Seat and (1) Tube of Silicone Sealant.

KOHLER GENUINE PART 87998 FLUSH VALVE KIT

KOHLER GENUINE PART 87998 FLUSH VALVE KIT
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Protect the warranty on KOHLER products, always look for the KOHLER GENUINE PARTS logo
  • Flush valve kit for Gabrielle, Santa Rosa, and other KOHLER toilets
  • Compatible with the following KOHLER models: Santa Rosa 3323, 3803, 11899, Gabrielle 3322, 14257, 14258, 14286, Kathryn-3324, 14268 and other various models
  • Corosion resistant

Keeney Manufacturing K835-12 Plumb Pak Toilet Flush Valve, 3 in, White, Green

Keeney Manufacturing K835-12 Plumb Pak Toilet Flush Valve, 3 in, White, Green
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • 3-Inch Toilet flush valve
  • Fits Toto, Gerber, Mansfield, Crane, Jacuzzi toilets or any flush valve with similar thread size
  • Adjustable no cut overflow tube
  • Adjustable water saving flapper
  • Includes all nuts and washers

2-Pack of Kohler-Compatible Canister Flush Valve Seal Replacements For Toilets (Equivalent to K-GP1059291)

2-Pack of Kohler-Compatible Canister Flush Valve Seal Replacements For Toilets (Equivalent to K-GP1059291)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • PERFECT REPLACEMENT for your Kohler K-GP1059291 Canister Flush Valve Seal (red or yellow color). Made from high-quality, durable rubber. Equivalent to part K-GP1059291 / 2475620
  • CREATE A STRONGER FLUSH: Toilet gasket seals wear out over time and need to be replaced - replacement creates better flushing pressure and results in a quieter toilet. No one wants a loud or hard to flush toilet!
  • WORKS ON KOHLERS WITH FLUSH VALVE: Compatible with all Kohler toilets with a canister flush valve. If you have any questions about fit, please ask a question below. Outer diameter of 3 3/8"
  • 3 MINUTE INSTALL: Installation instructions for proper use below. Installation is simpler than you'd expect, and does not require you to remove the base of the toilet. Pack of 2 for a great value!
  • Please note: This is an aftermarket replacement product (produced by Impresa) meeting or exceeding the quality of OEM rings (based on in-house testing)

Mansfield M210 Plumb Pak Pp835-88 Water Saver Flush Valve

Mansfield M210 Plumb Pak Pp835-88 Water Saver Flush Valve
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Instant shut-off
  • Won't rust or corrode
  • Flush valve

Flush valve seal to fit/replace Kohler Class 5 GP1059291

Flush valve seal to fit/replace Kohler Class 5 GP1059291
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • For all toilets with a canister flush valve
  • Canister flush valve seal

KOHLER GENUINE PART GP1083167 Silent Fill Valve Kit For All Kohler Class Five Toilets

KOHLER GENUINE PART GP1083167 Silent Fill Valve Kit For All Kohler Class Five Toilets
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • KOHLER GENUINE PART
  • Silent Fill provides a gracious experience by filling the tank quietly
  • Multiple fill-rate inserts are provided to optimize performance and conserve water
  • Adjustable to accommodate any height
  • Confirm shank color to determine correct part; if black, use this part and if grey, use GP1138930
  • Cap color may vary

2-Pack of American Standard-Compatible Canister Flush Valve Seal Kit Replacements For Toilets (Equivalent to 7301111-0070A)

2-Pack of American Standard-Compatible Canister Flush Valve Seal Kit Replacements For Toilets (Equivalent to 7301111-0070A)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • PERFECT REPLACEMENT: Perfect replacement for American Standard 7301111-0070A Flush Valve Seal Kit / Gasket and O Ring Repair Kit for Champion 4 tank. Made from high-quality, durable rubber. Equivalent to part 7301111-0070A
  • CREATE A STRONGER FLUSH: Toilet gasket seals wear out over time and need to be replaced - replacement creates better flushing pressure and results in a quieter toilet. No one wants a loud or hard to flush toilet!
  • WORKS ON SELECT AMERICAN STANDARD AND ELJER TOILETS: Compatible with American Standard Champion 4 and Eljer Titan 4 model toilets. If you have any questions about fit, please ask a question below. Gasket OD - 4 1/4" / O-ring OD - 9/16"
  • 5 MINUTE INSTALL: Installation instructions for proper use below. Installation is simpler than you'd expect, and does not require you to remove the base of the toilet. Pack of 2 for a great value!
  • Please note: This is an aftermarket replacement product (produced by Impresa Products) meeting or exceeding the quality of OEM rings (based on in-house testing). We have no affiliation with or endorsement from American Standard

Korky 5030BP Universal Toilet Flush Valve, Flapper and Tank to Bowl Gasket Kit - Includes Most Universal Large 3-inch Flapper - Easy to install - Made in USA

Korky 5030BP Universal Toilet Flush Valve, Flapper and Tank to Bowl Gasket Kit - Includes Most Universal Large 3-inch Flapper - Easy to install - Made in USA
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • ADJUSTS TO FIT MOST 3-INCH FLUSH VALVES found in newer, HET toilets including, American Standard, Aquasource, Crane, Eljer, Ferguson, Gerber, Glacier Bay, Jacuzzi, Mansfield, Pegasus, TOTO and many more
  • FIXES ALL COMMON FILL VALVE AND FLAPPER PROBLEMS, including, running, noisy, slow/weak or no refilling toilets
  • MADE IN USA - Proudly made in America and backed by a 5 year warranty
  • EXCLUSIVE LONGEST LASTING red rubber resists chlorine, bacteria, city water treatment, hard water, and well water
  • KORKY INVENTED THE FLAPPER and is still the preferred brand by plumbers for superior quality and reliability
  • FLAPPER MADE OF FLEXIBLE RUBBER for a tight seal on most flush valves
  • EASY TO INSTALL, the 5030BP includes: (1) flush valve, (1) 3-in flapper, (1) Tank-to-bowl gasket, (1) Set of hardware and (1) Instructions

Flush Valve Rubber Seal Gasket Replacement for Mansfield 210 & 211, 2 Pack (Mansfield Flush Valve Seal)

Flush Valve Rubber Seal Gasket Replacement for Mansfield 210 & 211, 2 Pack (Mansfield Flush Valve Seal)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • The Qualihome flush valve gasket for Mansfield will repair your leaky toilet
  • The gasket works with Mansfield models #210 or #211 series
  • Rubber construction provides strength and durability. 2-1/8 in. I.D. x 3-1/8 in. O.D. x 1/16 in. thickness
  • For use in your toilet system, Repairs flush valves, Helps prevent leaks by providing a better seal
  • Premium rubber resists chlorine and lasts longer, Instructions included for an easy installation

Review of the American Standard Champion Toilet

The champion toilet flushing system claims to be one of the worlds best at sending undersirables off to your local wastewater treatment plant. I couldn't resist the temptation to write a review since toilet technology is a humorist's gold mine.

All I can say is the guys at American Standard who tested this thing must have large stomachs and strong teeth.

I did discover that mustard is better than ketchup for increasing the palatability of golf balls, and Titleists taste a bit spicier than Pro Flights.

I purchased my Champion Toilet at Lowes home improvement warehouse store. The tank and bowl had to be purchased separately. Apparently American Standard wants to make sure you have plenty of options in case some acid-dropping homeowner out there wants a two-tone tank and bowl combo. The price was a little steep ($299.98 by the time I'd added the usual toilet replacement items, such as a wax ring and extra flange bolts) for a toilet that doesn't use electricity, but with my diet I figured I could use the assurance that anything I ate would be processed by the toilet and sent far, far away from my living quarters with one pull of the lever. Our prior toilet required the constant close proximity of a plunger.

I had my doubts about the toilet at the beginning of my research for "something better". Just because a toilet can flush down twenty-four golf balls doesn't necessarily mean it is the miracle Americans have been searching for ever since the federal government invaded our most personal activity and mandated that no one could sell a toilet in the U.S. that had a tank capacity larger than that required for a single guppy to live a minimum of one week in. I'd be more impressed if they could demonstrate it flushing something more realistic, like five pounds of polish sausage or eight nine-ounce wads of soft roofing tar mixed with peanuts and corn kernels.

Having been robbed of water volume by the environmentalist activist infiltration of congress, American toilet manufacturers have been in a semi-lack-luster search ever since for the magic combination of channel widths, valves, and pressure regulation to achieve a high performance flush. You might call it a "race for the bottom". Some have developed relatively expensive residential versions of commercial "pressure" tanks that use air compression developed in a sealed tank by water entry to achieve greater speed in driving what little water the government allows us to use for each flush into the bowl and down the pipe as fast as possible. Those toilets tend to be noisy and expensive.

I've done my own tests using high pressure to force a faster flush, but it involves a complex methodology of timing and consuming large quantities of Mexican fast food (fast being a term with multiple connotations in this case).

Installation of the Champion toilet was pretty much the same as any other traditional toilet. I followed the instructions that came with the bowl and tank to the letter. Unlike the gripes of some users on the product review and troubleshooting forums I perused while researching the best toilet to purchase, I had no trouble getting the Champion toilet installed properly. There were no leaks, and the seal between the tank and bowl gave me no problems. I was very careful to slowly and evenly tighten down the tank bolts in alternating fashion (1/2 turn on one side, then 1/2 turn on the other) until, exactly as the instructions said, the tank bottom barely contacted the ridge at the front and back of the bowl unit.

I turned on the water supply and the tank filled. I'm fortunate to have excellent water pressure at my house, and it filled in about 20 seconds. I flushed and the water whooshed down and out of the bowl in a very satisfying manner.

The new throne has been in use for two days now, and so far I'm pleased. It is living up to the advertised claims. While I haven't flushed down any golf balls, it is definitely making the standard items that sewer lines were designed to carry disappear most excellently. It is probably the best performance you will find in a toilet manufactured after the water conservation actions of your national congressmen and congresswomen.

There is still one other alternative for those who insist on volume over efficiency: If you have time to wait for one to be shipped to you and you don't mind contributing to the "wasting" of water that your overloads in Washington, D.C. oppose, you can still order a good old-fashioned high-capacity toilet from suppliers in Canada instead of paying for an American Standard Champion.

If you're my age or older, you probably remember growing up with those toilets. Toilets that little kids were terrified of and dogs refused to drink from for fear they'd be sucked into the vortex as the resulting vacuum actually moved the air in the house during the flush cycle causing your hair to momentarily flutter in a post-flush breeze.

Yep, those were real toilets we had back in the good ol' days.

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