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Onan the Clumsy
14th Mar 2006, 01:23
I bet you thought it was for the government. Well it's not. (http://cgi.ebay.com/Toto-Neorest-Toilet-W-washlet-White-MS990CGR01_W0QQitemZ4446009326QQcategoryZ71284QQrdZ1QQcmdZVi ewItem)


:ooh:




I guess it deserves a fourteen hundred dollar seat (http://cgi.ebay.com/Toto-Jasmin-Washlet-Elongated-Toilet-Seat-SW834R12_W0QQitemZ4446009579QQcategoryZ71284QQrdZ1QQcmdZView Item)

G-CPTN
14th Mar 2006, 01:29
That's full of cr4p.

NZLeardriver
14th Mar 2006, 01:53
Well here's my loo.

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f51/nzlear/CIMG2473.jpg


Worth every cent especially in the cold mornings when the seat is pre-heated. One day I will work out what all the buttons do, got a nasty shock when experimenting and got a shot of cold water up my arse.

Low Flier
14th Mar 2006, 02:57
I'd be wary of pissing into something so obviously connected to a 13 Amp socket.

acbus1
14th Mar 2006, 05:38
Worth every cent......
....and every scent? :\

lasernigel
14th Mar 2006, 07:17
That's really really sad.Do what the Bedouin do,a few smooth pebbles to wipe with, dry off in sun,scrape off excess and use again.

angels
14th Mar 2006, 07:40
Thanks Nigel, I really needed that after my brekker of scrambled egg, beans and a hash brown.....:yuk:

Anything is better than crappers in Guangdong province. :eek:

Rainboe
14th Mar 2006, 08:26
Don't laugh- these things are wonderful. I was amazed that one button gave me a blast of warm water seemingly out of nowhere, so I stood over it looking down and pressed the seat down with my hand (which released a microswitch lock) and pressed the switch. A little telescopic arm shot out and blasted me vertically with a spray. I want one!

Capt.KAOS
14th Mar 2006, 08:45
I just love these TOTO Japanese high tech toilets. They now even come with remote control...


http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/83/Wireless_toilet_control_panel_w._open_lid.jpg

acbus1
14th Mar 2006, 08:48
Very clever, that.

Even the writing is [email protected]

The buttons for washing ladies boobies are a nice touch.

And the purple button for when you do a "pebble dash" is an excellent idea.

Wonder what the red button do....Aaaaarrrrgggghhhhhh! :\ :ooh:

BlueDiamond
14th Mar 2006, 08:51
Ours is very simple to use ...

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v511/BlueDiamond01/toiletshark.gif

.... it scares the sh ... out of you. :uhoh:

sixmilehighclub
14th Mar 2006, 09:30
automatic air dryer and deodorizer Deodorizer? Anyone here want to own up to needing some? :\ :}

Washes, dries and deodorises. Saves buying a washing machine I guess.

Rushton
14th Mar 2006, 09:34
That purple button is for sand blasting. Handy after a dodgy Vindaloo.

sixmilehighclub
14th Mar 2006, 09:37
I just love these TOTO Japanese high tech toilets. They now even come with remote control...


So you can even stay in bed and use it?

strafer
14th Mar 2006, 12:45
The buttons for washing ladies boobies are a nice touchThe first blue button is obviously for pre-op transexxuals, the second for post-op transsexuals (or 'women' as some people call them), the third is for rinsing out your nostrils and the fourth is for frying bacon. Marvellous.

Capt.KAOS
14th Mar 2006, 13:03
On this one you can confess while taking a dump..



http://www.imagequick.net/PLUMBING/images/2/HB-5501.jpg

Rushton
14th Mar 2006, 13:07
And with a candle to boot, but is it wise to have a naked flame so close?

Safety_Helmut
14th Mar 2006, 13:12
NZL

Your toliet appears to have a plastic cock growing out of the back of it !:ooh:

S_H

surely not
14th Mar 2006, 13:48
A thread like this could send you potty....................



They'll be inventing a scoop (lubed and heated) soon to drag the shite out of you so that all you have to do is sit there with yer bum hanging out :E :E

10W
14th Mar 2006, 14:38
A relatively cheap 'mod' which ensures we blokes always put the seat back down :ok:


http://www.cybersalt.org/cl_images/z9/a/argumentsettled.jpg

airship
14th Mar 2006, 14:46
So, to go with the $5200 toilet, how about a bathtub hewn out of a single piece of marble or even onyx?! I've seen a few, but I've no idea of how much they'd cost. I'd prolly shite meself though... :}

NZLeardriver
14th Mar 2006, 23:27
Safety - the plastic cock as you all it is for washing your hands. When you flush the water goes out there, then down the top for the flushing. Saves on water.

SMHC - the remote is for when you have unsuspecting visitors. Can quite literally scare the crap out of them by activating a few functions when they least suspect it. Or if i take too long reading the paper the missus lets me know:hmm:

G-CPTN
14th Mar 2006, 23:30
if i take too long reading the paper the missus lets me know:hmm:
We used to light a piece of newspaper and float it down the stream that ran under the nettie seat. That hastened the movements!

con-pilot
14th Mar 2006, 23:48
Ah heck, that is cheap.

Guess what the forward toilet costs in a Falcon 900EX.:E

Buster Hyman
15th Mar 2006, 00:02
Well, if it flushes the equivalent of a Collins Class sub without fuss, I'll have one.http://www.clicksmilies.com/s0105/spezial/Fool/wc.gif

broadreach
15th Mar 2006, 00:17
10W those chains are exactly what I need on mine. The lid screws at the back are plastic and they give just as weight's being applied to the main gear, so to speak. Everything breaks left or right. Guests subtly hint at general repairs and I have to resort to jokes about windshear and "at least it was clean when you started". Perhaps time I spent another £10 on a new seat with brass screws.

NZL: really neat that remote... as long as it doesn't have the fabled tampax remover function.

Air Conditioned
15th Mar 2006, 01:40
When you find one of the TOTO toilets, no matter what level of curiosity, gentlemen should not repeat not experiment with the tampon remover while seated.