Guys, I hate to break it to you, but your neighbor's toilet might clean itself. It is this fact, released by the plumbing fixture manufacturer Toto last week, that brings me to make this statement: The commode is really becoming a throne. That's why I'd like to offer you a side-by-side comparison of actual thrones of historical monarchs, and the newest toilets on the market. Let the throne versus throne throw down begin!Napoleon of France's Throne Versus The Kohler Numi
Napoleon's throne is short and squat, just like the Kohler Numi. However, the Kohler Numi has a motion-activated lid and seat, a foot warmer, a seat warmer, a customizable bidet with dryer, neon illuminated panels, and remote controlled music. Also, the Kohler Numi fits right into the living room of the Stahl house, and I'm not sure that Napoleon's throne would. However, installing a Kohler Numi in the Stahl House's living room in reality would require the services of a very meticulous and patient Los Angeles plumber, as well as possibly an electrician. Whereas, Napoleon's throne can go anywhere, no technology required. Score: The Kohler Numi has reached throne status.