What are the Best Expensive Toilets Of 2017? Reviews & Buying Guides
As Steve Jobs once said: “The reason why people love Apple’s products instead of Microsoft is because of the taste. The difference between Apple and Microsoft is the culture. Macintosh is made by a bunch of musicians, artists, anthropologists and historians and that’s why it is so unique and memorable.”
This also applies to toilets.
Every time when you decide to buy a new toilet, you have to ask yourself:
- Who am I?
- What toilet represents who I am?
- What toilet do I want?
If you said something along the lines of, “I want to feel like a king. I must have a throne that fits my badass nature”
Fortunately, we have you covered. We sought out the best expensive toilets on the market that will truly make you feel like a king.
The 3 Best Expensive Toilets
Type: One piece
Type: One piece
Type: One piece
Bowl Type: Elongated
Water Use: 0.9 & 1.28 GPF
To start off the Neo-era, the TOTO Neorest takes the flag and runs in a leading position. TOTO pours their heart into making this model.
With the color options of colonial white, cotton white, and Sedona beige, the toilet comes along with the ceramic blaze, which means the effortless cleaning and never fading color.
The Neorest is equipped with a night light, so in the future you don’t have to stumble around in the bathroom to find where you need to lay your eggs.
More importantly, the Neorest 550 has three key features mentioned above:
- Sleek design
- Touchless flush
- Precise water usage
Also, the washlet cleansing includes 3 modes as an option, with an adjustable heated seat and spray, the experience of using this toilet is spectacular. If it is not enough, the model comes along with a remote control for more advanced setting. It is probably the best toilet I have seen so far.
With flowing and immaculately balanced curves, the Kohler Veil has the beauty of a Japanese crane.
This model has every feature of an advanced toilet, sleek design, touchless flush and precise water usage, especially the sleek design. The design is epitomized for the precise usage of water and finely tuned to offer optimum hygiene and ultimate individual comfort.
With flowing and immaculately balanced curves, the Kohler Veil has the beauty as a Japanese crane.
Of course, this model has every feature of an advanced toilet, sleek design, touchless flush and precise water usage, especially the sleek design. The design is epitomized for the precise usage of water and finely tuned to offer optimum hygiene and ultimate individual comfort.
Don’t forget. It also comes along with a LED nightlight to hands-free opening and closing. All of the features are easy to control on a touchscreen LCD remote control.
With the elongated shape bowl, this model offers the best comfort.
Just like the Iphone, TOTO G500 is the revolution of the whole toilet industry.
The G500 includes front and rear warm water washing with adjustable temperature and pressure controls.
It has a heated seated feature with adjustable temperature control. Other technological features include automatic air deodorizer, warm air dryer, illuminated touchpad, 2 user memory, auto open/close lid and auto flush.
Dual Max Cyclone system allows for a low water consumption - 0.9 or 1.28 GPF. With such a low water consumption it makes it WaterSense certified, saving you on water bill cost.
What Separates Great From Good
A clear vision and a high standard.
The Neo-era toilets are the way of the future. With intelligence and user-friendly functionality, this is what justifies spending a lot of money on an expensive toilet.
1. Design: Tankless And Sleek
The design of the Neo-era toilets eliminates every bit of ugliness in the model, and carefully trims down unnecessary functions. The water tank is eliminated to save you more space.
The Neo-era toilets come in a retro design that is sleek and modern.
2. Touchless Flush
You look around to find a bathroom.
Walk in, you stumble upon a piece of a toilet.
You sit down and take a shit, and as soon as you put your feet on the ground. The toilet flushes itself.
Isn’t it amazing?
3. Precise Water Usage
Normally, a self-claim 0.8 or 1.6 gallons per flush traditional toilet isn’t offering you the precise volume of water usage; however, with the computer controlling the amount of the water flushing down your pipe, you can experience the literal water usage without a drip of water waste.
4. Flushing Power
Do not worry my friend. As I told you, the computer controls everything; ergo, even with the minimal usage of water, the pressure of each flush is more than enough to get rid of you Chinese food from last night.
Be clean. Stay white. Good luck.