Costco Sale: MJSI HydroFlush Dual Flush & HydroClean Quiet Fill Valve Toilet Conversion Kit $15.99

Hydroflush Dual Flush Toilet Conversion Kit*UPDATE* 6/13/13.
Costco has the MJSI HydroFlush Dual Flush & HydroClean Quiet Fill Valve Toilet Conversion Kit on sale for $15.99 (after manufacturer’s instant rebate), now through September 15, 2013. That is $4 off Costco’s regular price of $19.99.

The MJSI HydroFlush Dual Flush Toilet Conversion Kit has a quick flush to minimize water usage and a full flush to maximize flush power. The manufacturer states that it can help eliminate common toilet problems like leaking flapper, ghost flushing, jiggling, holding handle, binding or tangled chain and can save up to 15,000 gallons of water every year.  It works with standard 2″ and 2 1/2″ flush valves. The HydroFlush dual flush converter is a drop-in installation with a permaFit silicone seal.
The HydroClean Quiet Fill Valve can be calibrated to adjust the exact amount of water needed. It also detects leaks and signals when a leak is found.

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Hydroflush Dual Flush Toilet Conversion Kit Costco PriceWhile supplies last. This product was spotted at the Covington, WA location. Price and participation may vary so it may not be available at your local Costco or it may not be on sale at your local Costco or it may be a different price at your local Costco. Prices may change at any time.
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  • haioiii

    I bought 4 and installed one last night. Instructions are not the best to follow. It took some trial and error to get it configured correctly but it looks to be good. Took about 20 minutes just to get one installed. Now that I understand how it works, it should take less than 10 minutes to get the 2nd, 3rd, etc installed. Good find!

    • It does seem to be a good deal. Hope it works out for you!

  • Sue

    Make sure your toilet flush valve is at least 2″ before you try to install the HydroFlush. I bought one, followed all the directions, came to the last part and found out that my flush valve came too short. To correct for that, I would have to change my entire toilet tank. So, I had to disassemble everything and re-install my old toilet assembly. Now I have an open package on my hands which I cannot use.

    • Thanks for the helpful hint Sue! Hopefully you purchased it at Costco so that you can get a refund.

      • Sue

        This is Sue, I posted the above comment. Correction on my post: distance from the file valve to the top of the overflow tube needs to be at least 6″ (this requirement does not appear on the outside of the package ) and my overflow tube (not flush valve) came short.

  • KP

    I’ve seen these toilets all over Europe and Asia. I live in AZ. Makes sense to have it here. Picked two up at Costco. Turns out my toilets are too new, 3″ flush valve with 1.6 GPF so they don’t fit. I’ve checked every other manufacturer of these conversion kits and so far no one supports 3″ valves. Too bad because I live in a place that gets 12″ of rain annually on a good year. And I’m not going to spend $500 plus add to the landfill to replace the toilets.