Most Expensive Toilet

. Saturday, December 8, 2007
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A button-press can open, close or warm the seat, change the water temperature, perform a powerful "Cyclone flush" instead of the automatic light flush or control the Washlet functions you'll use to tidy yourself up after using the expensive toilet.
Six seconds after you're out of range of the toilet's sensor zone, it will automatically flush and close both the lid and the seat.
For starters, the lid automatically opens whenever you approach the toilet.
They could, on the other hand, be the proud owner of one of the world's most expensive toilets.
The basic functions of the world's most expensive toilet can, of course, be manually operated in case of a power outage.
Despite the Japanese company's lack of exposure in the Western world, Toto is the world's largest toilet manufacturer.
Toto's most expensive toilet, the Neorest 600, has a wide range of features to answer that question.
If someone were to say, "I just bought a Toto," you might think they'd purchased a little black Terrier and named it after the Wizard of Oz costar.
As soon as you rise from your state of the art porcelain throne, it automatically engages its Power Catalytic Air Purifier function.
For those functions that aren't automatic, there's a wireless remote control.