Do get awakened in the middle of the night by slamming toilet seats? Have your kids gotten their small fingers (or worse!) slammed by a falling toilet seat? Are you always telling your kids not to slam the toilet seat?Argh! What an annoyance. This is an easily solved common household problem. The fabulous new technology of the slow close toilet seat is just genius! I’m certain that a mom invented this feature because all moms will love it!
We had the opportunity to review the American Standard Champion Slow Close Toilet Seat. It comes in both round and elongated shapes and a variety of colors to match any bathroom decor: white, linen, bone, and black. It fits all conventional elongated and round front toilets.
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So, does it work? YES! My kids are not longer slamming the toilet seats every single time they put the seat up or down when they go to the bathroom. It’s really neat. The toilet seat doesn’t make a sound. Plus, I don’t have to worry about the seat slamming down on their fingers. It’s sooo much better than the noisy, rickety, and sometime dangerous “normal” toilet seats! Once you have a slow closing seat, you’ll never go back.
Check out the pictures below. If I can take 3 pictures in the time it takes the toilet seat to close, you know it’s not moving fast!
There are many brands to choose from. Like with most things, if you want something to last, buy a name you can trust. With a name like American Standard, you know you will get a quality product. Upgrade your current toilet with the American Standard Champion Slow Close Toilet Seat now or when you install your next new toilet. Little upgrades like this make life so much more comfortable, enjoyable, and safer.
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 AkronOhioMoms.com. Check out the great selection of products at www.AmericanStandard-US.com.