Whitehaus Magic Flush One-Piece Elongated Dual-Flush Toilet (WHMFL3222-EB)
Whitehaus don’t make cheap toilets but what makes the Magic Flush worth paying a little more for? Straight off the bat, this is a design-driven unit. The aesthetic is still understated but with the low-slung sweeping lines of this one-piece, the toilet will set off any bathroom. As with all one- pieces, this can also be viewed as a drawback since you’ll find it more awkward to access the toilet if you need to carry out any maintenance or repairs.
Whitehaus don’t make cheap toilets but what makes the Magic Flush worth paying a little more
for? Straight off the bat, this is a design-driven unit. The aesthetic is still understated but with the
low-slung sweeping lines of this one-piece, the toilet will set off any bathroom. As with all one-
pieces, this can also be viewed as a drawback since you’ll find it more awkward to access the
toilet if you need to carry out any maintenance or repairs. If looks count, though, this HET
should be on your shortlist. Is it a case of form over function, though?
Absolutely not. Whitehaus manage to hit both water-efficiency and flushing performance head-
on with the Magic Flush. You’ll use just 1.1 gallons per flush with liquid waste and 1.6 GPF
when you’ve got bulkier solids to sluice away. This translates to significant savings over the
course of a year on your water bills but do you need to compromise power in pursuit of
economy? You certainly don’t. The siphonic jet flush along with the oversized trapway ensures
that all waste, however stubborn, is dispatched first time round.
Even the inner waste tube, also known as the dropway, is glazed on the Whitehaus. This means
there’s no chance of absorption and there’s no hiding place for bacteria and germs so your toilet
will remain spotless with hygiene uppermost. Another nice touch is the hinged seat that won’t
slam abruptly, perfect if you’ve got kids in the house.
Crowning all this is the outstanding 5-year warranty removing any trepidation from purchase and
showing you the confidence the manufacturer places in the Magic Flush. Given the top-tier build
quality, it’s highly unlikely you’ll be calling for assistance anyway. If you do, Whitehaus have
responsive and helpful customer care in place so you’re in safe hands.
To sum it up:
- WaterSense-compliant dual-flush mechanism with 1.1 and 1.6 GPF
- Standard height seat 15 ½ inches high
- Elongated bowl for comfort
- Siphonic action flushing system
- 5-year limited warranty
|Water-conserving dual flush WaterSense-||One-piece configuration makes access awkward|
|Glazed, oversized trapway prevents clogging||Hinge system on seat can be problematic|
|Clean lines of one-piece layout||Patchy quality control|
|Rock-solid half-decade warranty||Certainly not the cheapest toilet|
- Potent siphonic jet flushing
- Water-efficient dual flush
- Elongated bowl
- Glazed 3-inch trapway
- 5-year limited guarantee
|Assembled Weight||85 lbs.|
|Assembled Width||19 15/16”|
|Bowl Height with Seat||24 1/2”|
|Bowl Type||Standard Height|
|Flush Lever Location||Top|
|Flush Technology||Siphonic Jet|
|Gallons Per Flush||1.1 GPF and 1.6 GPF|
If you’re looking for the cheapest toilet on the market, the Whitehaus Magic Flush is not for you.
If, on the other hand, you’re looking for a HET that doesn’t stiff you in terms of flushing power
and you place a priority on appearance, this sleek and commanding one-piece still represents
magnificent overall value. With the capacity to generate substantial savings through a cut in the
amount of water you’ll use and the performance to send all waste where it belongs without
calling you to reflush, this elongated one-piece is a modern classic. What do customers make of
the Magic Flush, though?
As you’d expect from any toilet that’s priced slightly higher than average, you won’t find an
enormous body of feedback. That said, 41 customers rated the Whitehaus at an average of 4
stars out of 5 on the Home Depot website. Those killer looks feature front and center in positive
reviews. The one-piece design and the ease of cleaning thanks to the glazed trapway and
dropway also rate several mentions. The combination of power and efficiency is also praised
heavily in the large proportion of positive reviews.
There’s are few meaningful gripes about the Magic Flush. A couple of users reported issues
developing over time with the soft-close seat but that’s tough to evaluate without knowing how
the toilet was treated. Aside from the slightly stiff price tag, there really is very little to knock
about the Whitehaus.
If you’re hunting for a subtle yet striking one-piece that gives you plenty of comfort – despite
failing to meet ADA guidelines – the Magic Flush repays further investigation. While it’s not
exactly cheap, it’s not a bank-breaker either. Only you can decide whether this superb high-
efficiency toilet fits with your budget. If it does, we can’t recommend it strongly enough.