Touchless Toilet Means No Nasty Handles To Touch

The bathroom has to be one of the filthiest places in the world. Not just what we do there, but all the invisible germs lurking about on the handles, knobs and walls. Take a blacklight to a bathroom wall next time. Prepare to be sickened.

Kohler gives users a chance to eliminate ever needing to touch their toilet handle. The Kohler Touchless Toilet comes as a kit or pre-installed toilet. While self-flushing toilets aren’t anything new, Kohler’s model for the home relies on electromagnetic technology. The toilet senses the user’s hand over the toilet and proceeds to give that bowl a nice swirl.

The kit runs about $100. Installation is a breeze and runs on 4AA batteries, which last 6-12 months (depending on usage of course). Hopefully, they invent voice-activated flushing next. Siri, flush my bowl. Siri, wipe my butt. Siri..I’ alone.

Kohler Numi Toilet

Toilets can be so boring. You sit, daydream and then spend time getting clean. Kohler makes this experience more enjoyable with the Kohler Numi Toilet. Calling it just a toilet is a bit disrespectful.

The Kohler Numi Toilet sports an LCD touch-screen interface, auto-open and -close lid, built-in music system and a heated seat and foot warmer, just to name a few. It combines luxury with bidet functionality and infuses it with a 21st century wow factor. And to think we use to squat in the forest and wipe ourselves with leaves.