If you are looking for the smallest toilet for a small bathroom you would have surely come across the Galba Small Toilet. Being only 24.5 inches long, it was once the shortest compact toilet for sale in the States (from around 2013 to 2018).
Since then its been surpased in size by several other 24 inch depth toilets and then now by couple of 23 inch depth toilets. Despite that there’s still demand for Galba toilets because of its tiny size, a stylish, one-piece skirted design and lot of good reviews online.
However being a new brand, I hear lot of questions like, “Who makes Galba toilets?”, “Where is it from?”, “Who is selling it?” etc. I had these same questions when I first heard about it. So in this post, I would like to share answers I’ve found to these kind of questions about the Galba toilet manufacturer.
Who Makes Galba Toilets?
The short answer is, Galba toilets are made in China. On the Amazon page of Galba toilets (ad) somebody had asked, “where Galba toilets are manufactured?” and, “Luxury Modern Home” who are the original seller of this toilet had answered, “With just about all ceramic ware here in the USA, they are made in China.”
(Note: Its true quite a large percentage of toilets sold in the US come from China but a fair share is still made in the US. Much of American Standard toilets and even some Kohler toilets are made in Mexico. And in Toto, the best toilets in my opinion, you will often find same toilet model coming from their US as well as other places like China, Vietnam and Mexico. It will be great if we can have all Made in America toilet. But in the absence of suitable small toilets made in America, Galba is a great product as its a fine toilet with good functionality and features.)
Who Is Selling Galba Toilets?
The Galba toilets are marketed and sold in the United States by “Luxury Modern Home”.
Luxury Modern Home is a East Hanover, NJ based supplier of high quality home decor products at affordable prices. They also have warehouses in Torrance California, Riverside California as well as in East Hanover, New Jersey. This company specializes in bringing new products to the American market that are creative, innovative, and meet US standards for quality.
In addition to the Galba toilets this company successfully markets and sells many other home decor products such as vanity sinks, sliding doors and lighting fixtures. Their other products have also got good ratings and reviews on online stores but they are not as popular as the Galba toilet. So the seller behind the Galba Small Toilet looks to established and also reliable. I found many customer reviews on Amazon praising the company for their prompt responses, helpfulness and support even in after sales services. As a result, I think the Galba toilet is a good emerging toilet model in the market today.
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Galba is probably your best choice when you need a space saving toilet or a compact toilet for a small bathroom. At 24 inches depth, the Galba MU113 toilet is about two or three inches smaller than other small toilet models. And its around 6 inches shorter than regular toilets!
It’s also got several high-end toilet features like one-piece design, dual flush mechanism (half flush 0.8gal, full flush 1.6gal), adequate flushing power and a very stylish skirted design. There isn’t a smaller toilet you can find with these added features.
As a downside, it’s a bit pricey, so it’s not for everyone’s budget. However it’s worth the investment because it has got many things to recommend it. And its been in the market for nearly 5 years now (since 2013) and is very highly rated and praised by purchasers.
The Amazon page of Toilet Galba ” 24″ 25″ Inch SMALL TOILET #ad, is the most comprehensive source of information about Galba toilets you will find on the Internet. It’s got loads of images, reviews, questions and answers by customers and the seller, “Luxury Modern Home”. (At the time of this writing it had more than 75 answered questions about the Galba toilet.) So, I think its a great toilet for anyone looking for a 24 inch or 25 inch depth toilet for a small bathroom or powder room.
I hope I was able to provide answers to your questions about the origin of Galba toilets. Otherwise, you are most welcome to leave a comment about your thoughts below.