The intelligent toilet from Neorest

by Paz

The Neorest intelligent toilet.

I don’t think Thomas Crapper would recognise this as toilet any more than Orville Wright would recognise a stealth bomber as an aeroplane.

Neorest, the company that manufacture these high-tech looking loos, describe them as “an experience beyond words” and having read the specifications, I don’t think they’re exaggerating!

The lid automatically opens as you walk up to the throne. The seat’s heated of course, and as you get down to business, a catalytic air purifier kicks in to remove any “unwanted odours”, with a manual power override for those particularly unpleasant visits.

LCD remote control panel.

There’s a warm-water massage spray, and a hot air dryer, and you can control the temperature and intensity of both using the LCD panel shown here.

Once you’ve finished and left the “sensor zone” the toilet automatically closes the lid and starts a three stage “Cyclone” flush; the strength of which depends on how long you’ve been busy on the toilet and previous patterns of usage.

The only thing missing from the toilet are speakers. You could install audio sensors and program the toilet to play a light Vivaldi number to help you wind down, safe in the knowledge that it would be ready to switch over to the 1812 Overture should your bowels become more active.

But there’s no price tag though…. Any guesses?

Found via; I’m sorry I can’t remember! Drop us a line if you can help.

6 reviews or comments

SuperJ Says: April 24, 2006 at 3:03 pm

the info on the toilet comes from here:
Hope that helps

Al Says: April 24, 2006 at 3:20 pm

Thanks SuperJ, much appreciated. We always try to give credit to were we find stuff though Paz was obviously too excited seeing such a high tech loo :)

Paz Says: April 25, 2006 at 2:13 pm

Thanks guys! I’d already got the product homepage, but what I meant though was that I didn’t find the homepage directly; I found it via another blog that wasn’t gadget-related and I wanted to give them credit for it, but I can’t remember where I found it.

I’m hoping that in time someone will follow a path back here and claim it!

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anurag Says: September 14, 2011 at 3:17 am

its 5000 dollars

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