You SHOULD and MUST show it off to friends considering the $6,000 you just plopped on this bowl. What makes the Inax Regio so special? Probably a few snazzy features that would put your car to shame.
More than just a repository for the usual contents of uh, toilets, the Inax Reqio is capable of the following:
An automatic open and close lid plus automatic flush.
Seat-warming technology so your sitting muscles aren’t frosty.
A sound module to play comforting music. We aren’t sure what the playlist is, but soft electronica, house, and classical are a sure bet. Lady Gaga would be neat too. The rationale behind this is relaxing music triggers alpha waves that ease one’s ‘movements.’ Their explanation, not ours.
Air-cleansing plasmacluster ions that keep the toilet’s surroundings antiseptic and un-smelly.
A cleansing hose to keep them buns clean and fresh.
Two colors to choose from, black and white.
The last thing you need to know is the water inside the bowl is so clean you can drink it. Oh no, scratch that. Toilet water is filthy no matter how blue it is. DON’T.
To avail of these marvels, a hefty price tag is not surprising. Though we are rather put off by its stripped down unpretentious 100% functional design. For $6,000 you’d expect it to have more bling, like an iPhone dock encrusted with (fake) gemstones or a USB 2.0 port or three—you know, to upload relaxing music? Artificial intelligence is also welcome; the kind that greets you by name when you enter the john.