The Best Wall Mounted Toilet – 2017 Review

The best wall mounted toilets review

If you go deep into the world of toilets, you will often find some interesting toilets. For example, most people in Europe uses a wall mounted toilet (or wall hung toilet) - a type of toilet installed on the wall, which surprisingly is tankless. Admittedly, the very first time I encountered a wall hung toilet, I had some doubts.

After consulting a couple of my colleagues and digging through the internet, I find the pros and cons of this type of toilet. However, during the time of scrolling through different forums and websites, I’m amused to see so many controversies raised around the wall mounted toilet.

“But… toilet master, what are the benefits of the wall mounted toilet?”

“Alright young grasshopper, I’m here to answer your grand question.”

The Best Wall Mounted Toilet meme

Me deep in the mountains yesterday.

​Wall Mounted Toilets: The Good And The Bad 

Here are the pros and cons in no particular order:


  • Easy to clean - The wall mounted toilet does not attach to the floor, hence there is no need to scrub behind the bowl
  • Small in size - With a tankless design, wall mounted toilets are great for saving space. A wall hung toilet can easily fit into a corner that traditional toilets can’t
  • Sharp in design - Although they appeared at least 30 years ago, they are still considered the coolest toilet ever
  • Special function - Most of the time, wall mounted toilet equipped with the latest technology like dual flush or bidets


  • Price - They are generally more expensive than traditional one-piece and two-piece toilets
  • Possible to loosen from the wall - It’s possible they will loose from the wall after long period of use. However, the wall hung toilet industry claims they can carry up to 880 lbs. In my personal experience I’ve never seen one break with proper usage.
  • Installation service - This is a tricky one. Since installing a wall mounted toilet means putting a valve into your wall, it requires opening up the wall, which means means more money. I will strongly suggest if you are looking for having a wall mounted toilet, have it when you are building a new house. It will be much easier for both.

“Master...your title is click bait and misleading, you have not describe any toilet at all.”

“Patience young apprentice. The knowledge of toilets is wide and deep. Here, I present to you my proudest collections.”

Patient is a virtue my friend

The 3 Best Wall Mounted Toilets

Wall Mounted Toilets


Type: Wall Hung

Bowl Type: Elongated

Flush Type: Dual Flush

Type: Wall Hung

Bowl Type: Elongated​

​Flush Type: Dual Flush

Type: Wall Hung

Bowl Type: Elongated

Flush Type: Dual Flush

If Mercedes and Lexus teamed up together to make a toilet, this would be it…

Do I have to say more about TOTO? The brand itself stands for quality, and so does CT418 Aquia. This sleek and modern wall-hung toilet offers an elongated bowl and skirted design, along with our powerful Dual-Max flushing system. This wall-hung toilet saves valuable space in smaller bathrooms.

CT418 makes the water tank accessible through front flush control panel. You can remove anything through the door. Importantly, very rarely you will have to to open the valve, except some clumsy plumber accidentally dropping a screw or nail into it during installation (happened to me once…).

Another great feature of this wall mounted toilet is the dual max flushing system, which easily carries away all your feces with a low consumption of 0.9 or 1.6 GPF.

The bowl is made by vitreous china material so the cleaning process will be super easy

What We Like:

  • Dual-Max Flushing System
  • Universal Height
  • Optional Pairing with DuoFit In-Wall Tank System

What We Don't Like:

  • Pricey

I’ve handled numerous toilets through my career and at this point of my life, I can almost see American Standard as my family…

The American Standard Glenwall wall mounted toilet is attached to a piece of metal making it stick firmly to the wall. It has the standard 1.6 gallons of water per flush and a bowl height of 14.5 inches.

The things that I don't like is the water tank. Don’t get me wrong, I think Glenwell’s function are on point. But the water tank hanging outside of the wall is weird. Yes, it makes fixing it a lot easier, however, in my mind I still think a wall hung toilet should always hide its water tank into the wall.

The most criticized part of this toilet is the flushing system. Some claim they have to flush twice to wash the remaining content away, but I say this is nonsense - I have not had any problem considering that it holds 1.6 gallons per flush - powerful enough to clean every bit of your waste.

What We Like:

  • Pressure-assisted siphon jet action
  • Speed Connect™ tank/bowl coupling system
  • Sleek design

What We Don't Like:

  • Water Consumption (1.6 GPF)

With its concealed tank and minimal footprint, Veil can save up to 12 inches of coveted bathroom space over floor-mounted toilets.

What I like is its clean, sleek design. Perfect to fit any modern style contemporary bathrooms.

The tank and mounting hardware are out of sight, hidden behind the wall, which helps make the toilet look sleek and seamless. The raised bowl makes cleaning underneath it easy.

From my past experience, the plastic cover panels will wear off as time goes by - not a big deal, but it sure can be irritating like a scratch on your back you can never reach.

The bowl height is at 13.8 inches high and comes with the dual flush system technology - options of 0.8 or 1.6 gallons per flush. Boring stuff, I know.

What We Like:

  • Compact elongated bowl
  • Sleek, seamless look
  • Reveal® Quiet-Close™ with Grip-Tight seat

What We Don't Like:

  • Plastic cover sometimes falls off

Conclusion -  The Best Wall Hung Toilet...?

“So, Shi Fu...what is the best wall mounted toilet?”

“Yes, it is time for you to know the best wall mounted toilet,” I reply while stroking my imaginary long beard.

Out of three...?

So You Want a Toilet to Save Space?

I get you.

You must have a toilet equipped with a big ass water tank. You know what? It sucks. It sucks balls. Not only does the tank takes up space, but it’s also harder to clean. What if I tell you that you can solve these two problem easily with a normal toilet that’s either same in equal or lower in price?

Don’t believe me? Keep reading.

Let’s talk dirty.

A toilet serves only one purpose, and when it fails at delivering, it’s not a good toilet.

In, Toto CT418FGNo.01 Aquia Wall-Hung Dual-Flush Toilet you’ll get:

  • Low water consumption (1.6-GPF and 0.9-GPF)
  • Dual-Max flushing system
  • SanaGloss ceramic glaze - prevents mold from sticking to surfaces, leading to fewer chemicals and less water in cleaning
  • Universal height - increased comfort
  • Elongated bowl - increased comfort
  • Skirted design
  • Wall-hung
  • Optional pairing with DuoFit In-Wall Tank System
  • Reduces septic and sewer waste flow
  • Prevents the need for unexpected and costly clogs, leaks, and repairs
  • Improves the look of your bathroom
  • Material: Vitreous china

These features are only the tip of the iceberg...

Listen to what others who bought the same model had to say.



Great space saving toilet. Works very well in the small bathroom space that we had. I'd strongly recommend to anyone looking for a wall hung toilet.



I have installed 3 in my home. I used the Gebret carrier frame and the Toto CT418FGNo.01 Aquia Wall-Hung Dual-Flush Toilet. I installed them during a Reno into 2x6 walls . I put them in because I have small bathrooms and they save about 12 inches of space, plus I have boys in the house who are young enough to have "aim" problems occasionally and the wall toilets make it so you have no floor penetration and can clean under them. They have never ever ever clogged. These kids have put an inordinate amount of - whatever- in there and down it goes. Most of them have the #1 and #2 flush options. Which supposedly saves water. But I'm pretty sure the kids drain the tank every time.

They're pretty easy to install but double and triple check the bowl height - two of them in my house are too tall. You can adjust them after the fact but not without drywall work.

I one hundred percent recommend them.

 Mr. Pille 


I've recently installed two of the Geberit ones with Toto CT418FGNo.01 Aquia Wall-Hung Dual-Flush Toilet in my home. 1) the tank wont over fill the toilet bowl. 2) me, my sons, and some looming house guests have taken some wicked shits in those things and I've never had one clog. They get used 15 times a day.

As If That's Not Enough...

Look at me. I'm Mr. Feces

I love wall mounted toilets even more than bidet toilets (well, they are technically the same). But I have a confession to make.

I will leave you with the following video on how to install how top wall hung toilet - TOTO Aquia.​

If​ you enjoy this, you should also check out our guide on the best toilet for 2017

Be clean. Stay white. Good luck.​

  • March 27, 2017
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