Ove toilets have some unique qualities and innovations in terms of design and functionality. In this guide, we want to highlight some of their best products and explain why they stand out from the crowd. Our reviews aim to simplify the specifications to help our readers better understand the flushing performance, eco-friendliness, reliability, and accessibility.
The innovative features included make this toilet one of the most advanced options on the market. It has built in bidet functionality which provides great washing capabilities to the front and back, leaving you feeling cleaner after your visit to the bathroom. The jets involved in this mechanism can have both the water pressure and temperature adjusted depending on user preferences.
The seat can also be heated, which get controlled via a remote. The seat design and material has anti microbial properties and it is designed to prevent the slamming of the seat and lid through quiet close hinges.
It operates on a single flush mechanism, which gets the job done with just 1.28 gallons of water. But the smaller quantities of water can be deceiving, this still scores highly on the MaP performance scale with a 800 gram result.
|Ove Smart||Ove Beverly||Ove Tuva|
|GPF||1.28||1.1 / 1.6||1.28|
|Dimensions||31.3 x 16.8 x 23.8"||15.6 x 27.9 x 32"||27.2 x 16.1 x 20.5"|
|Weight||88 lbs||128 lbs||88 lbs|
For those looking for something that goes beyond the ordinary, there are intelligent toilets that provide excellent functionality within. That's exactly what the 735H model is. Unlike standard products, this requires a power outlet to handle all the extra technological improvements. If this doesn't sound suitable to your current bathroom layout, we have alternative options listed below.
Moving onto the actual specs, a quick look at the flushing system tells us this is single flush, using a smaller amount of water (1.28 GPF). But what does this translate to, in terms of performance? Well, one of our favorite sources is MaP, they provide unbiased scores on a products ability to move waste in bulk. The 735H scored an impressive 800 grams, which is 200 grams away from the maximum. This shows the power is there and will be fewer blockages.
It measures 31.3 by 16.8 by 23.8 inches, and weighs 88 pounds. It also has a 2 inch trapway and from a aesthetics stand point it has a contemporary style which is finished in white.
The bidet functionality is controlled via remote, and has some great settings that offer convenience and comfort to the user. One that stands out for us is its ability to automatically sense when you stand up after finishing your business and flush. This means you're completely hands free, which is great for hygiene. You also get various settings for seat temperature, spray temperature, dryer, and water pressure.
While we can honestly say this is a top toilet, There are still negatives to be found. The first is that all these extras will require it to be plugged into a source of power. That isn't a option for everyone, and would require renovation to accomodate it. Secondly, compared to standard models, it's quite expensive, and not at all suited to people shopping with a low budget.
The Beverly is a white two piece toilet with skirting to hide the trapway. The bowl is elongated for comfort and it comes equipped with a slow close, quick release seat, something that isn't always guarenteed.
Uses a dual flush mechanism, with 1.1 gallons and 1.6 gallons the two options. Both of these quantities of water are controlled through the two buttons located on top of the tank. Buttons are a preferred method of activation for many consumers as they are easy to use and access.
In our research, we always look for features that add to the comfort levels for users. We've already mentioned the bowl is elongated in shape, which is great for support, but what about the seating height? This bowl is ADA compliant, meaning it will be at least seventeen inches from base to seat. This makes sitting and standing easier. Manufacturers use different labels for this design feature, comfort height being the most common, but there is also chair height, right height, and universal height.
The dimensions listed are as follows: 15.6 by 27.9 by 32 inches and it weighs 128 pounds.
While the Beverly didn't top our list, it certainly has an advantage over the 735H in terms of affordability. If you're looking for a low cost alternative that has an effective flush and contemporary exterior, this could be the one for you.
The Tuva has quite a low profile design. This can be attributed to the tankless style which frees up more space, great for compact bathrooms.
The trapway is fully concealed thanks to skirting around the bowl, which makes cleaning easier and gives it the contemporary, smooth surface many consumers search for.
Like the 735H, this model comes equipped with smart functionality built in. A good example of this is the bidet spray. Users can choose between eight different levels of water pressure, and four settings for the water temperature.
The seats heat can also be controlled via remote. There are four settings in total for this. What's more, it comes with a built in night light which is great for those toilet visits in the middle of the night.
The dimensions are listed as 27.2 by 16.1 by 20.5 inches, and it consumes just 1.28 gallons of water in each flush. The seat also has quiet close hinges for convenience.
Style - When we refer to style, we don't just mean the color theme and finish used. Taking note of this is important, but there are some other important style features that require your attention. One such example is the bowls skirting. This can have a significant impact on overall aesthetics as it smoothes over the ugly parts of the bowl by hiding the trapway. You will also need to decide between one piece and two piece. If you want something cheaper, two piece products are the sensible choice, but if looks are highly important, stick to one piece toilets.
Rough in - Your rough in size will typically be 10 inch, 12 inch, or 14 inches. This is the distance from the wall to the center of your waste outlet. You need to either measure this yourself, or take a look at your current products spec sheet to see if it's listed there. Alternatively you can hire a plumber to come and tell you the exact measurement you need.
Bathroom layout - Understanding the layout of your bathroom before you go shopping is sensible. We're not just referring to the size and shape of the room either. You'll need to know where your toilet is being installed in relation to the sewer lines too. Sometimes gravity fed flushing systems aren't suited to the situation. One such example of this is a basement bathroom. Waste can't be sent down, as the sewer lines are above. For this, you'll need special equipment known as a macerating toilet. These will break down waste into small, manageable pieces, and pump it upwards.
Alternative brands - There is plenty of competitors in this industry. Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of each manufacturers is an important part of our research. We've looked closely at a number of market leaders and and their collections. Some of our favorites include Woodbridge, Mansfield, Kohler, American Standard, Sterling, and Toto.
Bowl shape - Buyers should be looking at the level of comfort a model brings as well as the mechanisms inside. The bowl shape plays a big part in that. Elongated style bowls are seen as the most sensible choice as far user comfort is concerned. However, for smaller spaces there is also round front bowls. Or, if you want something unique, have a look at these square options.
Consumer reports - Seeing what previous buyers are saying online can provide you a very useful insight into a products strengths and weaknesses. Unfortunately, most people find out their toilet is faulty after they make the purchase. This can be avoided by taking time to read customer reviews. You can learn about the problems beforehand.
We believe that Ove Decors provide some of the most innovative toilet solutions in the industry. They have a great selection of products ranging from intelligent and basic, to low budget and high end. The ones that made our list did so by meeting a number of requirements. When helping our readers find something that suits their bathrooms, we want to ensure they don't have a negative impact on the environment, consume less water, and are comfortable to sit on. The toilets we chose above provide all of this.
Regardless of our recommendations, you should be doing your own research on the side. Some of the best ways to do this is by reading consumer feedback in online shops, blogs, and forums. There are also advantages to making comparisons with competing brands. It will help highlight a products pros and cons.