I've got one of those at home. Heated, lighted, self-opening, heated bidet water, self cleaning, multiple spray patterns, etc. It's very nice.We could go full on Japanese techno toilet.
When I was doing management consulting in Europe, one of my clients was the leading manufacturer of toilets to luxury hotels. Their models had essentially blow driers built in. Good bidets are very very nice, none of the issues those who have not used them imagine.How do you dry your lower parts when the water is done spraying? Just sit and drip dry or is there a heated fan on these bidets?
Say what?? I don't have a display on my rear or want it de-scaled either!When I was doing management consulting in Europe, one of my clients was the leading manufacturer of toilets to luxury hotels. Their models had essentially blow driers built in. Good bidets are very very nice, none of the issues those who have not used them imagine.
It was an interesting company. Built their own really high end robotics - Toyota came for a site visit to see of they made such excellent surface finishes.
I never thought much of their advertising copy but ....
CAN A DRYER BE INTELLIGENT? Yes, as the dryer arm is extended independently of the spray arm and aligns itself automatically into position. The air temperature is reduced gradually, therefore leaving a changing heat sensation on drying skin.
TWO NOZZLES ENSURE A NOTICEABLE DIFFERENCE A pulsating shower spray – refined through dynamic aeration – ensures a more intense clean, a particularly pleasant and revitalising feeling and lower water consumption.
A DISCREET NOZZLE The separate Lady shower is characterised by its particularly soft shower spray. Its nozzle is integrated into the spray arm and is therefore hygienically protected when not in use.
INTUITION AT YOUR FINGERTIPS Intuitive usability is the idea behind the remote control. All inputs can be dealt with using one hand. The display on the rear allows individual settings and indicates when descaling is pending.
I know you all are making fun . . . but it is a self-cleaning feature (of the toilet not your ass lol), nice if you dont particularly like cleaning toilets, and saves labor in the hotels.De-scaler? Does it work on fish?
Recently I’ve been working on the electrical for a new house build that has, if I recall, five bidets...each costs around $5000 each...they’re very, very nice (but I haven’t tried them ). Wife is Japanese, hubby a Westerner. They obviously have a good budget (the bidets are a small fraction of the total electrical budget), but he’s also clearly catering to his Japanese wife’s needs..Good bidets are very very nice
Absolutely, we have a Tushy, saves a ton of paper. Water out there is easy to make. They don't use a lot frankly.What say the quorum? Would you use it if it existed?