Robotic uprisings are a common trope in science fiction. But it's rare that the origin of the rebellion is a disobedient toilet.
The Brevard, from the Delta Faucet Company, seems eager to write itself into the pages of dystopia. It's a stubborn device, often refusing to flush if certain conditions are not amenable. The water level is its biggest concern. Several users have reported that the Brevard maintains its water level too low in the bowl to combat stains and odors.
On the other hand, it's an easy installation at a low price. There are plenty of extravagant robotic toilets, like Kohler's Numi and Veil Intelligent. The Brevard is a safer choice for the homeowner who wants his toilet to beat him in chess.
This toilet went in easily...lid closes very quietly. The touch free flush is a great feature and it has a powerful flush. I highly recommend this toilet.
The front of the tank has an LED indicator that alerts users to leaks and water overflow...the toilet won’t flush until the problem is resolved.
Within a month of hardly any use we had to switch out batteries on all four toilets...don't work smoothly. Sometimes the toilet works, and sometimes it takes a very long time.
A comfort-height model and was also fairly quiet...fair at removing simulated solid waste...Its small water spot won’t help it resist soil and odors.
It stops you from flushing if the toilet is clogged, which keeps water levels in the bowl low.
The location of the flush sensor...is inconveniently placed near the right shoulder of the user. Stretching to the right may cause an unexpected flush.