Yes, it plays music. Yes, it has a remote control. Yes it glows in the dark.
And best of all - I write a column once on how you have to reboot everything these days, inspired by a guy coming to a hotel room I was in to reboot the TV. I discovered a colleague who had a picture frame that she often had to reboot. I thought that this was the ultimate, but I was wrong. Yes, the reviewer had to reboot his toilet.
“… it can wash and dry its user (there are modes for women and men). Both functions are accomplished via a wand that extends from under the seat that can spray water or blow air. Pressure and temperature are adjustable, as is the spray pattern, which can go from a steady blast to an oscillating pattern that can only be described as invigorating.”
I’d say your expectations have been met, Paul in Qatar…
For $6400, I don’t even want it to be a toilet. I want a Star Trek-style transporter that simply beams the pee and crap right out of my bladder and bowels, sending them directly into the sewer system, and all I have to do to make it happen is yell out “Make it so, Number One/Number Two” as my needs dictate.
Have you guys seen the commercial for this thing? It was one of those “watch one long commercial or we’ll interrupt your Daily Show a few times” things on Hulu. I about died laughing - it took ages for me to figure out what on earth the cube was, and then, I mean… well, look at it. Forget the toilet, let’s buy curtains for the bathroom first, shall we?
There are some things that shouldn’t have a remote. A toilet is one of those things. I can just see the shenanigans if I were going to the bathroom and my husband could control the toilet by remote, or worse if you’ve got two kids and one of them gets the remote while the other is going. :eek: