If we’d ever seen Captain Kirk engaged in the more mundane activities like brushing his teeth, then his bathroom would have probably featured something resembling the Toto Neorest.
If we’d ever seen Captain Kirk engaged in the more mundane activities like brushing his teeth, then his bathroom would have probably featured something resembling the Toto Neorest. For this is surely a loo fit for the captain of the Starship Enterprise.
With its wastepaper bin appearance and price tag of £2,249, you may initially feel that Toto is trying to develop its own brand of “toilet humour”. But this is no bog-standard receptacle.
If you’re the sort of individual who tentatively lifts a toilet seat with a tissue, you’ll be relieved to hear the Neorest has a sensor-operated lid that opens and closes automatically. Equally a thing of the past is having to put some muscle into the flush – just press the remote control instead. And never again will you have to suffer the sheer misery of a cold seat, due to the adjustable temperature facility.
Other features include an oscillating ‘comfort’ wash, warm air drying and adjustable deodorising spray, and most innovative of all: the self-cleaning facility.
Such a useful function is guaranteed to blast all those domestics about whose turn it is to scrub the loo light years into the past – although some may argue that for a lot of males, picking up the toilet brush in the first place really would be ‘to boldly go’ where no man has gone before.