Touchless Toilet

Touchless Toilet
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Touchless Toilet

Discover a new kind of clean

Enjoy a more hygienic way to flush with the KOHLER Cimarron touchless toilet. Combining cutting-edge technology with performance-driven design, touchless toilets let you flush the toilet without having to touch them. Just hold your hand over the tank sensor to activate the flush. With no handle to touch, there are fewer germs to pick up or leave behind.


  • Touchless technology offers a hygienic no-touch flush
  • Two-piece toilet is easy to install
  • Comfort Height feature offers chair-height seating that makes sitting and standing easier for most adults
  • 1.28 gallons per flush
  • 4 AA batteries included
Smart design, inside and out

Inside the Cimarron touchless toilet you’ll see the touchless module. This little black box is filled with patented leading-edge technology: a sensor, a circuit board, a flush actuating wheel and the four AA batteries it takes to power your flush.

A metal bracket suspends the module inside the tank, high above the water line, and a simple chain connects the wheel to the flush valve. The sensor projects an electromagnetic field through the lid of the toilet and extends another 2-3” above that. This field is intentionally tight to reduce the potential for incidental flushes.

Touchless toilets run on four AA batteries that should last about 6-12 months depending on usage. A low battery indicator will beep five times before each low-battery flush when the batteries have approximately four weeks of power left, so you have ample warning when they need to be replaced.

The Cimarron touchless toilet has no trip lever, so the tank’s exterior is smooth and easy to wipe clean. An optional emblem can be placed on the toilet’s lid above the sensor to let family members and guests know where to activate the flush.

Our Input

Considering the amount of germs in a bathroom it is amazing it has taken us this long to have a touchless toilet. Although you do still have to sit down, unless you prefer squatting.