LAS VEGAS – Despite robots, virtual reality video games and a helicopter that looked quite like the movie "Avatar", the manufacturing company of this year's Consumer Electronics Show, Kohler, nevertheless managed to capture the attention of the delegates without a toilet.
For the massive $ 7,000 USD, the Amazon Amazon compatible Numi 2.0 toilet plays music, automatically opens, closes, and colors, and can "cleanse itself in the same way that people are not used to", said Nicole Allis, director of marketing at Kohler.
Kohler unveiled this week at CES the upgraded version of its previous Numi model, which also features a heated seat as well as ambient lighting to "create the mood".
"The bathroom is a hard work area," said Allis. "People start and end their day there, and we know they want extra amenities."
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Allis said some people wanted to streamline their bathroom experience – going in and out – but others wanted their restrooms to have a spa vibe.
"We have heard about our customers." Alexa has the ability to control lighting, sound and music and create a spa experience similar to the one they are looking for in the bathroom. "
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In addition to the toilet, Kohler also introduced a smart bath, which can automatically fill with water to the desired depth and temperature, as well as a mirror equipped with Amazon and Google.
To make your bathroom a technological center, the toilet, mirror and bath will cost about $ 13,000.
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Even with the high price, Allis said that Kohler had seen "a lot of interest".