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Inax Satis

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Satis Specifications

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25"
21.9"
released date
February

19

2013
the satis weighs 70.4 pounds

70.4

remote control included
has bluetooth
Upc n
736211  415998

Editorial Review

The Inax Satis is another integrated toilet from Lixil, and is very similar to their Inax Regio. Early reviews reflect Bluetooth connectivity, allowing users to flush the Satis remotely, but this aspect is not mentioned on the company website. What is clear is that the Satis features Direct Vortex Flush, a system whereby a powerful stream of water flows in a spiral and cleans with water pressure only, which means that the user doesn't need to wait for the tank to refill. This fully automatic toilet features a self-closing/opening lid, a heated seat, a rimless bowl, automatic flushing and deodorizing, antibacterial ion technology to perfume the air, 2 nozzles for feminine and posterior cleansing, and massage mode. Complete with a skirted design, soft lighting and relaxing music, the Satis sounds more like a romantic date than a toilet, so bring flowers.

Inax Satis | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

Satis Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

Can be completely controlled by a smartphone app, which can also track user's bowel movements to track their health.

Tom's Guide
dailymail.co.uk
Inclination

The toilet will also track how much electricity or water it has used, and comment on your health by keeping tabs on what you’re using the toilet for.

Tom's Guide
techhive.com
Inclination

I love it very much but took handyman 6 hours to install it. Japanese standard needs more parts here but worth it.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

The Satis has multiple automatic toilet features and technologies...offers hygienic front and rear cleansing for a refreshing comfort, and a feeling of clean.

Tom's Guide
houzz.com
Inclination

Can be flushed, cleaned and adjusted via smartphone...app features controls to flush, clean, raise, lower or heat the toilet seat, or choose music to play.

Tom's Guide
huffingtonpost.com