Kohler denounced a $7,000 toilet called a Numi 2.0 during CES in Las Vegas this week.
LAS VEGAS — Despite a robots, practical existence video games and a helicopter that looked like something true out of a film “Avatar,” at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show manufacturing organisation Kohler still managed to constraint a courtesy of convention-goers with nothing other than a toilet.
For a large tab of $7,000, a Amazon Alexa-enabled Numi 2.0 toilet plays music, automatically opens, closes and flushes and can “clean yourself in a approach people aren’t typically used to,” pronounced Kohler Marketing Manager Nicole Allis.
Kohler denounced a upgraded chronicle of their prior Numi indication this week during CES, that also facilities a exhilarated chair as good as ambient lighting to “set a mood.”
“The lavatory is a overworked space,” Allis said. “People typically start and finish their day there, and we know people wish additional conveniences.”
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Allis pronounced some people wish to streamline their lavatory knowledge – get in and out – but others wish their lavatory to have a spa-like ambiance.
“So, carrying Alexa to be means to control a lighting, sound and song and emanate that spa-like knowledge they’re looking for in a bathroom,” she said, “is something we hear from a customers.”
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In further to a toilet, Kohler also showcased a intelligent bathtub, that can automatically fill with H2O to a preferred abyss as good as temperature, along with a counterpart that’s versed with Amazon and Google.
To spin your lavatory into a technological hub, a toilet, counterpart and bathtub altogether will cost about $13,000.
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Even with a high price, Allis pronounced Kohler has seen “a lot of interest.”