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7 Most Expensive Toilets in the World

Today we bring you the 7 most expensive toilets in the world. Toilets have become a necessity since they’ve been invented and they have come a long way in terms of improvements and upgrades. Recent years have seen a rise of new technology and it has started to integrate with a lot of household items like bathtubs, refrigerators and now toilets. For bathrooms, toilets have been the focus of a lot of innovation. Automatic flushing and integrated bidets were once rare things that are now common in most toilets. A lot of the features we see on this list might become common as the years pass.

With such expensive toilets, it’s difficult not to pair them with things of great expense as well. Some of the toilets listed here would be best used for expensive and luxurious homes. A few examples would be found in this list of 10 Most Expensive Homes for Sale in America. Most of us would prefer investing money in upgrading a lot of other things in the household. If you’re the type of person that has no issue with money or if you value keeping your bathroom luxurious, then this list is something you should definitely check out.

You might be surprised at what the price tags on these toilets are. The features that go along with these toilets are also worth noting. Let’s find out more as we go through these 7 most expensive toilets in the world:

7. Toto Neorest 6000

Toto is a familiar brand for a lot of people as they are a mainstream brand of bathroom fixtures. With that said, the Neorest 6000 is the most expensive toilet in their inventory. It costs $5,000 and it even opens and closes automatically thanks to sensors that come along with the toilet. It also has a wireless remote that lets you control seat and water temperature, as well as the flush.

TK Kurikawa /

TK Kurikawa /