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Offline phil4501

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Right now I have the Harvest Gold 1970's RV toilet, I would like to upgrade to a better one. Just a straight drop into the tank one. I was looking at the china bowl kind. Are these pretty decent?

If you have one of these or somthing better installed, please advise.
« Last Edit: May 25, 2006, 03:52:16 PM by phil4501 »

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Hi Phil...

I went for the "China" one...

Don't want to go into any great detail here except to say I didn't want to sit down on those plastic RV things...
If you know what I mean...  ::)

I have other photos of the head finished and I will try and find then and post them here for you...

Steve

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Finished resessed cabinet above the head.
Bathroom walls done in T&G cedar

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Corner wash basin with corner cabinet above...

Again, all walls are done in T&G western red cedar

Taking photos in a bathroom is hard to do...  ???

Steve

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Sorry for the deceptive heading, I am trying to get one today. Thanks for the quick reply

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Phil,

I had the plastic job in my class C. :-[

The Sealand china one I have now is 100% nicer. ;D

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Phil,

I have the Magnum Opus

Here is the PDF file http://www.dometicusa.com/pdf/os2196MagnumOpusSpecShtLO.pdf

Versatile Operation
The Magnum Opus can be installed as a typical gravity toilet or modifed for vacuum flush, allowing the fixture to be positioned up to 20 feet away from the holding tank.

All-China Construction
Full vitreous china, bowl and base, inside and out.
Durable finish is virtually stain-free and easy to clean.
China is nearly impossible to scratch.
Programmable Control
Users can automatically regulate water consumption to three different levels.
One Touch Flush
Flush and Forget electronic operation--no need to hold down lever until flushing is complete.
Lever can be lifted to add water at any time.
Pressure rim flushing action keeps rim and bowl clean.
Optional wall flush switch
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Thanks for the pics and replies. You guys did a nice job on those lavs. Now I guess I'll redo the whole bathroom after this weekend.  I was thinking on a much simpler china toilet but the magnum opus appears to be the better choice. I have 2 boys, 4 and 7, a regulated flush would save untold amounts of water.

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Hi Phil,

The biggist reason I choose the magnum Opus is because it's elongated!! It has a bigger hole than the one in my house.

Than again, I'm a big guy too!

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For $1300, this toilet better use a few drops of water and wipe my rear when I'm done.  This might be a good investment for a full timer who boondocks all the time, but I'll stick with a less expensive model for my use. 

My toilet at home is elongated, but it was less than $50 extra.  I would never go back to a standard toilet at home.

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Is the Maagnum Opus the only model with the elongated hole? Is it available anywhere for less than the list price.

I'm glad I posted, I never even thought about the shape.


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Brian, Phil,

If you don't like the 1300.00 price than contact me and I'll tell you how you can get it for way less

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I have a Thetford Aria.  Like the Opus it uses 12VDC and air to function.  List price os $550.00 but I found it on Ebay for $325.00 delivered.  New in the box