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Champion vs. VorMax: Which Toilet Collection Should You Choose?

Toilets are an essential part of any home, and choosing the right one can make a significant difference in your daily routine. Two popular and reliable options on the market today are American Standard’s VorMax and Champion Toilet Collections. Both are well-respected by homeowners, but how do they compare? In this blog post, we'll explore the differences between these two models to help you choose the option best suited for you and your family.


One of the most important factors to consider when purchasing a toilet is flushing power and both of these toilet collections offer top-of-the-line flushing technologies. The American Standard VorMax toilet collection has a unique flushing system that uses a powerful jet of water to clean the bowl. In a conventional toilet, 25% of the water is used to clean the bowl, while 75% is used to siphon the waste. With VorMax, this is reversed, which makes it more effective at removing waste and reducing the need for multiple flushes.

On the other hand, the Champion toilet collection uses a 4-inch flush valve, which is larger than the industry standard. This allows for more water to enter the bowl quickly, creating a powerful flush. So quick that it can flush the entire bowl in one second! It also has a 2-3/8 inch trapway, the largest in the market, making it an extremely reliable, hardworking flush that’s virtually clog-free.


In today’s more eco-conscious world, water efficiency is an increasingly important factor to consider when choosing a new toilet. The American Standard VorMax toilet uses only 4.85 litres of water per flush, making it a low-flow option that can help reduce water bills. The Champion Toilet Collection, on the other hand, is available in both 6 litres per flush and 4.8 litres per flush models. This water-saving capability not only reduces your environmental impact but also translates into substantial savings on your water bills, making it a win-win situation for both you and the planet.

A common misconception about water-efficient toilets is that the flush isn’t as reliable as standard models. However, these energy-savers surely do not sacrifice performance!


Let’s talk about comfort. The majority of people start their day on the toilet and then end it there, so comfort is a necessity. American Standard’s Right Height toilets (16.5 inches high) are specially designed to provide enhanced comfort and convenience compared to standard-height toilets. Since they have a seat height similar to that of a standard chair, they allow users to sit much more comfortably. These collections also offer round and elongated toilet bowl options. Elongated toilets provide more space and support with a wider and longer bowl, in turn reducing strain on the legs for a more comfortable option.

Equipped with American Standard’s exclusive EverClean surface, Champion and VorMax toilets are easier to clean and stay cleaner, longer. EverClean inhibits the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold, and mildew on the surface to also help keep your bathroom fresh-smelling.

Both the VorMax and Champion toilet collections offer a variety of models at different price points making it that much easier to find one that suits your unique needs and wants. The VorMax offers a powerful flushing system and water efficiency, while the Champion provides a larger flush valve and a wide range of styles and colours. Ultimately, the choice between these two toilets will come down to your personal preferences, priorities, and budget, but with their reliable and innovative designs, it’s effortless to find a toilet you can trust with American Standard’s Vormax and Champion toilets. Happy toilet hunting!

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