The toilet may not seem like the most likely place to find technological innovation, but that hasn't stopped manufacturers from making it so. Automatic flushing, seats that raise up and down on their own, even calming music -- it's all found its way into the porcelain perch.
But those perks come with a price. Hi-tech toilets tend to come with a sticker that can be, for lack of a better word, shocking.
Manufacturer Brondell has taken steps to change that reality with the release of the Swash 300, a wirelessly controlled bidet toilet seat that sells for $249.
The Swash 300 also features an adjustable heated seat with an integrated slow closing "slam free" seat and lid. The anti-bacterial dual nozzle system is also adjustable in both pressure and temperature.