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TOTO exhibition in Causeway Bay

by Simon Yuen on Dec 14, 2015 in Products
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Recently, TOTO held an exhibition in collaboration with Excreman in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

TOTO, the world-famous Japanese ceramic sanitary equipment manufacturer, held an exhibition in conjunction with comic cartoon character Excreman at the World Trade Centre in Causeway Bay earlier in the month.

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The  week-long exhibition, titled TOTO x Excreman – May Four Seasons be Smooth,  showcased four Excreman models, representing spring, summer, autumn and winter. A 4.5-metre-high display of the New Neorest AH Intelligent Toilet x Excreman was also there to highlight TOTO’s patented hybrid ecology flushing system.

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The Neorest AH Intelligent toilet has new functions for comfort and hygiene. The rimless bowl design can prevent waste and mold from sticking to hard-to-reach places, making it easier to clean and a more sanitary product in general. Also, the  hybrid ecology flushing system creates a whirlpool effect to clean the toilet with only 3.8 litres of water, substantially less than most regular toilets.

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Excreman, a human-shaped poo, originated from the local cartoon character McDull. According to TOTO, both TOTO and Excreman strive to bring happiness to people’s life and their respective role in the toilet are the reasons for bringing them together to have an exhibition. [Ed* A match made in heaven we think ;]

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