Whether we like it or not, toilets have always posed as that personal spatial element, where we can 'retire' freely. Actually, more than mere physicality, some part of it has to do with our psychological state of satisfaction. And now, with sparks of technology flying across a multitude of commercial fields, some companies have aptly decided to use this high-tech trend for the ultimate 'toilet experience'. So, in this quirky list, we will come across a slew of such luxury accessory companies showcasing their expertise in the advanced lavatory systems.
Avant-garde in its demeanor, the 'buxom' Lumen from Roca is complimented by some ample yet gorgeous curves. However, beyond just visual enticement, the toilet is infused with a multitude of advanced aspects. These include automated functions like washing and drying, a soft close lid and heated seat and self cleaning features. The company has also taken care of the 'green' side of affairs by incorporating energy saving automatic flushing and an LED screen control panel for enhanced interactivity.
Whatever kind of technological paraphernalia is possible inside the confines of a toilet, Numi high-tech toilet has it. Exhibiting a classy, sober design, this $6,400 crap contraption has automatic close/open lid, deodorizer component, a self-cleaning bidet with adjustable controls for temperature and water pressure and even heating mechanisms to keep the right areas warm. And, if you thought that was too much, well, the seat also has built-in speaker connecting to a remote docking system for mitigating those 'awkward noises' and an interactive touch screen for all the above mentioned settings.
Showcasing a clearly futuristic feel to whole scope of a bathroom, this wall fixed water closet is designed by Phillipe Starck. Christened as the SensoWash, the toilet is infused with a myriad of user convenient features. These include three different cleaning methods applicable as per user's preference, clean warm air generation for drying the device and an automatic nozzle cleaning mechanism. Furthermore, the system is protected with an anti-bacterial layer and easy cover replacement.
Flexibility is the name of the game in Aqualet eLoo line of toilets from New Linea Italia. Featuring a unique height adjusting mechanism, the germ resistant set up can leave you plenty of room for cleaning the floor. Of course, the contraption also has slew of other high-tech attributes like automatic flush, automatic heat-controlled, air-jetted 'body' cleanser, and automatic air dryer and finally even a self cleaning mechanism.
Toto has long been a big player in the luxury toilet business. And, nothing epitomizes this more than their exclusively crafted Neorest SE and Neorest LE line of toilets. Packed with ostentatious features such as different types of washes with integrated air drying technique, automated covers with sensors and electronic warmth for those cold, hard days, the private system has it all. Moreover, the subtle design is defined by a graceful bearing, which tends to be curvier with the LE model version.
Well, the name says it all; AutoClose is a water closet line from Pressalit, which automatically opens and closes its cover seat. Featuring a built-in infrared sensor that operates without the requirement of light, the mechanism detects if a user is in close proximity, and thus opens up. However, when the bathroom is unoccupied, the cover remains shut. This means, the set up mitigates any kind of air borne bacteria, when not in use. Moreover, from now on, you don't have to quarrel with your wife about keeping the cover close!
Looking more like a high-tech phone than a toilet seat, this fascinating piece of water closet takes the ultra modernistic route, when it comes to user satisfaction. Featuring a built-in air dryer, a water massage feature, temperature settings for water and the seat and even a remote control (for all of these settings), the toilet is worth the modern bathroom of your abode.
Japanese toilets are nigh synonymous with those cool features to comfort you during the naturally trying times. In this regard, Japanese based Inax has stuck to this righteous tradition by contriving the high-tech Asteo Washlet toilet. The 'intelligent' seat incorporates sensors to detect the user, and thus adjust its ergonomically imbued positions. And, what's even more outrageous is that the toilet can also play classical tunes like that of Bach, Chopin and Mendelsohn. Now, they may be turning in their graves after hearing this, but it does help the user to relax, and drown those often occurring perturbing sounds.
Smartly contemporary in its design, the AquaClean 8000 Plus Shower toilet is equipped with an active carbon filter to purify the in-bathroom air. To optimize user comfort, the seat is composed from soft materials, while the whole set up boasts of four individual control functions. These convenient functions in turn are related to activation of water nozzles, air nozzles and the aforementioned purification system.
The Japanese based company Toto is back once again, this time they have really kicked up the notches on high-tech attributes. Designed conscientiously for the elderly people, the so named Intelligence Toilet has a myriad of really adroit features. These include the contraption's ability to analyse urine and measuring blood pressure, body temperature and weight. Moreover, the whole info is projected on a hooked up wall-mounted computer screen; which can then be sent to your doctor via email attachment.