Best Toilet for Kids Bathrooms

picture of American Standard Champion 4 Toilet

Before now,  I thought a toilet was a toilet. Perhaps the designs vary and of course older toilets use more water. I didn’t know that there were toilets designed specifically for Kids Bathrooms. I’m not talking about the tiny toddler toilets that you find at preschools. I’m talking about toilets designed to withstand all the things kids think would be fun to flush, and special surfaces that are easy to clean, and lids that don’t slam!

You will never know what your kids will flush down this toilet

The Champion 4 Tank by American Standard is the best toilet for kids bathrooms for many reasons.The most important is that it is a high performance toilet that won’t leave you plunging for toys or calling the plumber. You will never know what your kids flush down this toilet.

This toilet can actually flush a bucket of golf balls! If it can move golf balls, normal use is not a problem, neither is a small toy that curious kids toss in. Okay, so maybe your kids are angels and wouldn’t dare throw in a toy. How about heavy toilet paper users? Kids oftentimes use too much toilet paper, which then clogs and overflows the toilet. Not with the Champion 4 Tank! This heavy performer can flush away 200 sheets of toilet paper!!

Check out this video proof that the Champion 4 can withstand any curious kid!

How can the Champion 4 Tank move masses 70% larger than other toilets? It has the widest trapway at 2 3/8” and 4” flush valve. The large flush valve and trapway gives the toilet a faster, more powerful flush. Don’t worry, it is still quiet. Videos to come in next post to prove it!

Other features of the Champion 4 Tank taken from the American Standard Website:

  • Combination bowl and tank, less seat
  • Vitreous china
  • EverClean® Surface
  • 4″ piston action Accelerator flush valve
  • 2-3/8″ fully-glazed trapway
  • Siphon action bowl
  • Sweeping pier on bowl
  • 2 color-matched bolt caps
  • Speed Connect tank/bowl coupling system
  • 100% factory flush tested
  • 10 year warranty

Buy American Standard Champion 4 Tank

This was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. Thank you to American Standard who supplied the product for review and the ongoing relationship with Check out the great selection of products at

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21 thoughts on “Best Toilet for Kids Bathrooms

  1. jennifer mosgrove says:

    I never knew there was such a thing either! Wow I really need to check things out more next time we get new bathroom items! Thanks for all the great info!

  2. anash says:

    this would be useful. my kids are constantly using the toilet all day..i have 4! i was considering an industrial toilet buy maybe i will try this…:-)

  3. Cindy says:

    LOL Rae! Yes, there is a huge difference between standard toilets and this American Standard product. A toilet is not just a toilet anymore! This one saves you time, frustration, and money when it comes to possible accidents and clogging! No more mess or plumbers coming to the rescue!

  4. Cindy says:

    American Standard is so innovative. I didn’t know there were products designed for families and kids until now either. It makes total sense though and we love the peace of mind it gives us.

  5. Jeffrey Wiegand says:

    Other than those low flow toilets, I used to think a toilet was just and toilet and there wasn’t much difference between them. Good article.

  6. Cindy says:

    You really need this toilet then, Jennifer! We have had not one problem with clogs! I’m so confident with it! I’d love one for my guest bathroom downstairs too for this very reason!

  7. Reanne Burnett says:

    This is very interesting. I never gave much thought to kid-friendly or kid-resistant toilets.

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