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Toto refreshes its bidet offerings

Streamlining toilet and bidet compatibility

The Toto Arc toilet in a bathroom with white walls and natural wood. Credit: Toto

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At CES 2022, Japan-based brand Toto debuts revamped bidets that build upon an already great design. Additionally, the luxury bathroom brand teased its Wellness Toilet for the second year in a row, without any certain details on when this high-tech toilet is going to hit the market.

The Wellness Toilet was showcased at last year’s CES promising innovative technology that will one day allow consumers to receive a full analysis of their health through what’s collected in the toilet—yes, from poop. We’re still a few years out from when the Wellness Toilet will be available to consumers though, according to Bill Strang, Toto’s President of Corporate Strategy, eCommerce, and Customer Experience.

Toto’s focus this year is lasered in on the bidet, with redesigned Washlet C2 and C5 models. Toto’s C2 currently ranks third place in our round-up of the best bidet toilets and seat attachments, and this remodel doesn’t take away any features. Instead scales back on the bulkiness of the design. In both the C2 and C5, the warm water reservoir has been decreased in height by an inch and a half creating a lower, less obtrusive profile.

The design changes in the C2 and C5 bidets are closing the gaps—literally—between the bidet and seat of any toilet for a more streamlined look.

The Toto Drake toilet installed in a bathroom with sea foam green walls.
Credit: Toto

The Drake toilet can now seamlessly be installed with the Washlet+ so there’s no extra electrical or plumbing features protruding.

The Washlet’s new look coincides with an additional redesign of two Toto toilets. First, the Aquia line now boasts the Arc and Cube models. These toilets embrace geometric, contemporary vibes compared to a classic toilet design and come with the option of dual flush and auto-flush features.

Second, the Drake toilet can now seamlessly be installed with the Washlet+ so there’s no extra electrical or plumbing features protruding.

The Washlet C2 starts at $675 while the C5 starts at $780. The Aquia Arc and Cube toilets begin pricing at $797, while models with the Washlet+ feature start at $1,390. The Drake line of toilets with Washlet+ $1,072.

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