Caspar Melchior Gebert could never have envisioned that the plumbing business he founded in 1874 would grow into a multinational sanitation company clearing nearly half a billion Swiss francs a year. Generations of Geberts fostered the steady, and occasionally explosive (no pun intended), growth of their business; it adopted its current name, Geberit, in 1953, still under Gebert stewardship.
Geberit has been selling "shower toilets" for over 30 years, a likely reassuring factoid for those only comfortable with trusting their toilet experience with those with the most toilet experience. As with the Biobidet and Swash competitor lines, the AquaClean offers a built-in bidet with adjustable heat and pressure settings (their site describes the water spray as "powerful and effervescent", proving someone over at Geberit knows how to move more than just bowels).
Combines the shower function and all additional pampering functions in a compact shower toilet...water spray can be adjusted to suit your preferences.
I am very pleased with it .It is a fantastic device but does require trial and error to get the correct setting. Only problem was in fitting.
The function is very pleasant...Operation and adjustability are ok. But the form is simply a bad design...not enough space.
Water temperature, radiant intensity, beam accuracy can be adjusted precisely...works pretty well.
Remote control is no longer needed after some time, because the toilet seat has set 100%...only drawback is the lack of full shutdown.