Toto S300 Washlet

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Toto S300 Washlet

The Toto S300 Washlet offers an amazing set of features, and is a significant upgrade from its less expensive siblings. Toto took the best features of the E200, and then added even more great features, including the “Soft Cleanse” mode, a “plusating cleanse” mode, a water/nozzle position adjustment, and an integrated air purifier to filter unpleasant odors before they escape into the room.

Another major upgrade offered by the S300 is the on-demand water heating system. Unlike the E200 and C110 (which must keep a tank of water warm all day, using additional power), the S300 heats water when its needed. This translates to reduced electricity consumption and a virtually unlimited supply of warm water.

Toto S300 Washlet Features:

  • Gentle Aerated Warm Water
  • Front and Rear Washing
  • Massage Feature
  • Flexible water temperature and volume
  • Mild Aerated, Warm Water, Dual Action Spray with cycling movement and massage feature
  • Warm Air Drying with Variable Three-Temperature Setting
  • Automatic Air Purifier
  • Heated Seat with Temperature Control
  • Convenient Wireless Remote Control with Large LCD Panel
  • Docking Station for Easy Cleaning & Installation
  • Reinforced Base Plate for Enhanced Durability
  • New, cleaner look highlighting hidden cord design
  • Soft-Close anti-bacterial seat

The Toto S300 Washlet is available in 3 colors: Cotton, Colonial White, and Sedona Beige. It is offered in either elongated or round sizes.

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Comments

  1. Cindy says:
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    I was in Japan recently and pretty much every public toilet has a Toto bidet seat on it. This was enough for me to choose a toto for my own house. I got the S300 and love it. It’s a little more expensive than the competition, but it has everything i need, and it’s excellent quality. It reminds me of my time in Japan :) Highly recommended – get a Toto, you won’t be disapointed.

  2. Jeste says:
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    We loved our Toto for 5+ years until it suddenly stopped working; the pump simply died. Dismayed to discover that there is no way to economically deal with this problem, (upwards of half the original price to fix it & shipping cost & turn-around two weeks). This was our second Toto–the first one lasted quite a while, until one day it needed servicing & we were informed that the part was unavailable.
    So we’ve jumped ship & no longer own a Toto. Sad, but true. There are alternatives which we have availed ourselves of, so we still have a bidet; we just don’t quite trust Toto anymore. To us, it’s a dollar/cost average. Factor in how much you pay, how many people will use it, how often, various requirements (like on-demand warm water which we insist on), and lastly, design. We are willing to pay a few cents a day forever if that’s what it takes, but hoping not to contribute to many more useless bidets to the landfill. The ones in Japan obviously HAVE to be able to be serviced easily and cheaply; we resent the implication that we are rich folks who are just playing with a new toy; for us it’s a health issue and we’ve been ‘in the game’ for a dozen years at least.

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