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Neorest 750H Specifications

Dimensions
17.3" x 31.4" x 20.8"
released date
April

19

2013
the neorest 750h weighs 123.6 pounds

123.6

remote control included

Editorial Review

The Toto Neorest 750H is -- no pun intended -- about as high-end a toilet as you're going to see anytime soon, with a list price that edges perilously close to the five-figure range. And if you're going to flush that much money down the drain, you'd better expect it to have an, um, shipload of high-tech features. Which it does. In fact, Toto has thrown every luxury item at its disposal into this bowl. The Neorest 750H mists the sides of the bowl with electrolyzed water when it detects your presence, so that nothing will stick on the way down. The seat is heated and has a massage function. It uses Toto's Tornado dual-flush technology to get maximum power out of a water-efficient flow. The interior of the bowl is coated with a form of titanium dioxide and zirconium coating Toto calls Hydrotect to give it an iridescent glow, which also keeps anything from clinging to the surface, while a UV light finishes the sterilizing and deodorizing process the moment the automated lid is closed.

The list goes on. Naturally, the 750H has the features that Toto is most famous for -- its built-in bidet functions. Spray nozzles clean you from front and back after you've finished eliminating your own waste and these aren't just any nozzles. The water is sterilized with nano-particles. (Anything that has nano-particles in it must be good.) And the spray is aerated and as an adjustable width, which is operated from the toilet's remote control. Needless to say the nozzles are self-cleaning and self-deodorizing.

If you're the sort of multi-millionaire who buys houses or condos that cost in the high seven- or even eight-figure range, you probably won't think twice about tacking a five-figure toilet or two onto the bill. If you're not, you might consider buying one of Toto's add-on bidet seats, or "washlets," to your existing toilets -- the Toto B200, for instance. They have some of the same features at a fraction of the price. Or buy a cheaper robotic toilet, like the Kohler Numi, from the competition.

Toto Neorest 750H | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

Neorest 750H Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

Can detect your presence, control odor, and prevent waste from sticking to the inside of its bowl...uses as little as 0.8 gallons of water per flush.

Tom's Guide
techhive.com
Inclination

The seat itself includes two stainless-steel spray nozzles which provide 'the ultimate in personal cleansing', with a built-in dryer for your delicate areas.

Tom's Guide
dailymail.co.uk
Inclination

After each flush, Toto’s eWater+ mists the bowl with electrolyzed water, which has a slightly acidic pH value to keep the bowl fresh and clean.

Tom's Guide
plumbermag.com
Inclination

Comes with a coating of hydrotect titanium dioxide and zirconium to offer a lovely iridescent look. It ensures no organic substances stick to the bowl's surface.

Tom's Guide
homeharmonizing.com
Inclination

With enviable features like the Actilight to break down any nasties in the bowl...auto lid also detects an approaching posterior...equipped with Tornado Flush.

Tom's Guide
luxury-insider.com