How can a $6,400 toilet get even more extravagant? When Wisconsin-based manufacturer Kohler debuted the Numi in 2011, it already been high-tech loo with a heated seat that automatically goes up and down, a built-in music system and personalized bidet functionality – all controlled by an LCD touchscreen interface.
Now, Kohler’s most advanced toilet now offers personalized settings that let you fine-tune every option to your exact preferences, from ambient colored lighting to wireless Bluetooth music sync capability to the heated seat and foot warmer.
Play your favorite music and podcasts – simply stream wirelessly with any device enabled with Bluetooth technology, store MP3 files to the SD card, or plug in your device using the auxiliary cable.
Other upgrades include Power-Save mode for energy efficiency, emergency flush for power outages, and an intuitive touch-screen remote. It also features advanced cleansing functionality with self-cleaning wand, precision air dryer, and deodorizing filter all in one. From its striking form to its exceptional water efficiency, the Numi toilet marks a new standard of excellence in the bathroom.
Numi is available in white ($7,500) or honed black ($9,750).