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Niagara Toilet Tank Bank™

Price: $3.00

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Brand Niagara Conservation
Item Number EE383
Model Number N3137
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Estimated Savings

Estimated Product Savings

Kilowatt Hours Saved

0 per year
0 life of product

Dollars Saved

$24.53 per year
$73.58 life of product

Gallons of Water Saved

4,380 per year
13,140 life of product

Trees Planted

0 per year
0 life of product
Full Details

The Niagara's Toilet Tank Bank™ is an easy-to-use, quick-to-install water saving device. Simply fill with water and clip onto the inside of the tank wall. With the patented air lock and fill valve, the Tank Bank™ eliminates water evaporation and odors and never requires maintenance. Just fill to the top, snap closed and hang in toilet tank. Save water with every flush with the maintenance-free toilet tank displacement bag - up to 0.8 gallons per flush! Constructed of non-corrosive materials that resist microbes & fungal growth, the Tank Bank™ anti-evaporation snap/airlock means the bag never needs refilling, prevents odors and won't interfere with flush mechanics of your toilet.

Specs and Features
4ever Guarantee 4ever Product
Brand Niagara Conservation
Flush Reduction 0.8 gallons
Item Number EE383
Model Number N3137
Origin China
Warranty 1 year
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A savings estimate is not available for this product. While this product may help you save money and natural resources, determining the savings estimate is difficult due to the nature of the product. Several reasons include:

  • This product works in conjunction with other products to reduce and save.
  • This product teaches you how to reduce and save.
  • This product is used to monitor your energy and/or natural resource consumption.
  • The individual usage of this product varies greatly.
  • This product does not reduce energy and/or natural resource consumption.