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Neorest AH intelligent toilet by TOTO

by Simon Yuen on Nov 6, 2015 in Products
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TOTO has released the new Neorest AH intelligent toilet in Hong Kong

TOTO,  the global manufacturer of ceramic sanitary equipment and plumbing hardware, has unveiled the new Neorest AH intelligent toilet.

Designed and manufactured in Japan, the new toilet has multiple features, such as a sensor-activated toilet lid, a nightlight and last but not least, after each use, the toilet  bowl is sprayed with electrolysed processed water.

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The highlight of the toilet is the washlet, which has a heated seat, a retractable cleaning wand, warm water massage  function and capability for warm air drying.

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To keep a toilet clean, users may have to sanitise it regularly to avoid moulding. However, TOTO’s new toilet bowl’s rimless design means waste and mould cannot stick to hard-to-reach places.

In addition, the toilet uses only 3.8 litres of water for each flush, thanks to the hybrid ecology flushing system, creating a whirlpool effect as it cleans.

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