The $6,400 Bathroom

October 15, 2011 in Daily Bulletin

Meet the Numi, a $6,400 toilet produced by Kohler. Sam Brobart was given the opportunity to test it for a month and wrote about the experience in The New York Times. Some of the highlights from the review include:

  • There are no levers or buttons. All of the features such as heating, drying, and, of course, flushing, are handled through a large touch screen panel.
  • The luxurious supplement automatically detects your presence in the bathroom and greets you by raising the lid. When you’re done it detects if you were sitting or standing and adjusts the type of flush accordingly.
  • It also comes with an mp3 player with separate music profiles for different family members.

To read about its other strengths and weaknesses, as well as the final verdict on whether or not you should buy it read the full review over here

Source: The New York Times

Via: Life Inc.