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It is said that we spend almost two years of our lives using the restroom. Last week’s toilets weren’t enough so here are five more awesome toilets designed to make your bathroom experience as prestigious as possible. “Five more toilets?” That’s right.
Before you read, this make sure you check out Part I of this series! The 5 Coolest Toilets in the World.
1. Inax Satis
This toilet is at the top of the line. Coming in both a dual flush and an economic variant, it caters to the green-friendly as well as it does to the power-hungry. The best part? The seat heats up like a luxury car’s seats. The entire toilet is automatic. The seat raises and lowers itself when needed so you can get to business right away. Hope you like music, because this toilet also plays relaxing sounds to enhance your experience. If you know you’re going to give up a couple years of your life to the bathroom, you’re probably going to want the best experience. The toilet has an air drier and a deodorizer equipped so both you and your restroom can remain fresh and clean when the deed is finished. Oh, and it’s got a remote control too.
2. Brondell Swash 1000
For those who want a luxurious toilet without a luxurious price, this bidet seat is a pretty solution. Coming in at $599, the Swash is supposed to reduce toilet paper consumption by (Brondell numbers) 75 to 100 percent. Are you going to stop using toilet paper completely? Well, the seat (which heats the water to a warm temperature) does have two bidet nozzles for the cleanest experience possible. And they’re both adjustable. It has a warm drier as well. And because it’s only a toilet seat, you can take it with you if you ever decide to move. Just don’t get too sentimental with it.
3. ArtCeram Fontana Toilet
From Italy, with love. This toilet will complete any modern artist’s bathroom (you can get a matching bidet, too!) to a point of no return. The form is just sleek enough to be modern, and just rigid enough to be retro. That’s what 2013 is all about, right? Get your bathroom with the times, and your bathroom experience will be updated as well. If you’re more of a gadget nerd like us, throw the Swash 1000 seat on top and you’ll get the best of both worlds. Style and function.
4. Ceramica Cielo Jungle Toilets
Ever wanted your toilet to feel like a luxurious handbag? The Cielo Jungle Toilets can satisfy those urges. Crocodile and python hides are mixed into the ceramics, making a toilet that satisfies both your natural and your primal urges. They make a sink, a bidet, and a tub too, so if you want to complete the natural experience you might want to look into that. They make a close coupled toilet and a back-to-wall one (as well as complimenting bidet variants). We suggest thinking twice about this toilet if you’re living around animal rights activists, because the leather used is completely real. Also, the toilets are relatively simple–they aren’t going to be playing any music–so if you’re interested, get ready for a gadget-free time. But that’s what the primal life is, right? A python-skinned toilet with no automatic features.
5. Herbeau Dagobert
This is the king. And the king is worth fifteen thousand dollars. Yes, it’s named after the French king Dagobert; no, his throne didn’t look like this thing. The toilet comes with armrests (with an ashtray), a candleholder on one side and a pulldown flush on the other side. Did we mention that the whole thing is made of wood? Well, most of it is. The bowl itself is made of hand-painted ceramic, but a quick look at it suggests that the value of this throne is much more than just the bowl. You’d expect this ancient looking thing to be technologically outdated. It’s not. It plays “Le Bon Roi Dagobert (Good King Dagobert)” as you open the lid, and chimes a bell when you flush with the pull chain.