Tech-toilets are not a new thing to us and we have seen a plenty of them. The technology that’s packed into toilet seats these days will make your head spin. These high-tech toilets allow you to experience a whole new level of clean and comfort. Japan is famous for making the most advanced, remarkable toilets in the world that can put the seat lid down for you, play the music for you or check your blood pressure. Here, we have the top 10 high-tech luxury toilets from different brands. Hit the jump to see them all… • Inax’s Satis Asteo Washlet Other than the mandatory SD slot, integrated stereo speakers, and an automatic lowering/lifting mechanism, the Satis Asteo washlet comes preloaded with classical tunes from that of Bach, Chopin and Mendelsohn. Fascinatingly, it touts a sensor that finds out whether you prefer the lid up or down. Another inclusion is the built-in nightlight that helps you during the late-night emergencies. • Balena 8000 wall mounted toilet The new Balena 8000 wall mounted toilet is a shower toilet from Geberit. You can choose from pulsating and oscillating options, as well as a warm-air drying feature and a special “lady shower.” Four user settings can be recalled at the touch of a button. When retracted, the shower and dryer arms are safely protected from soiling in the stainless chromium steel cover. Air purification is triggered as soon as you sit down. • Brondell Swash toilet seat The Brondell Swash line of high-tech toilet seats combines the latest innovation and design to bring you a new level of luxury and hygiene. Better than a conventional toilet seat or bidet, the Swash features a heated seat and delivers a warm water wash with temperature, pressure and pulsation adjustability. All functions are easily operated at the push of a button through side-mounted controls (Swash 400) or through a remote control (Swash 600). • High-tech Gold-plated toilet The ultimate in luxury toilets was showcased at the Extravaganza luxury exhibition held in Moscow – a gold plated toilet. It is priced at a staggering 250,000 Euros. The gold toilet is equipped with an advanced plasma mirror and digital control devices. The decoration material used is gilded marble. The gilded toilet has been fascinatingly christened “Moscow.” • COCO Bidet The COCO bidet is very elegant in design, but what is more impressive is its technology. The COCO bidet is synonymous with comfort. The temperature of the seat and water is up to you. The air dryer makes it possible for the bathroom experience to be totally hands free. With the wireless remote, comfort and hygiene is at your fingertips. • Toto Intelligence Toilet II The Intelligence Toilet from Toto was a boon for bathrooms when it came into existence in 2005. Now the same toilet maker has joined hands with Daiwa Housing to introduce the sequel, “Intelligence Toilet II,” which targets women. Carrying all previous characteristics (measurement of urine sugar, blood pressure, body fat and weight), the new version adds a new function, i.e. urine temperature measurement and analysis to the successor. The women oriented toilet analyzes urine and collects data of one’s body temperature and hormone balance information, helping them (women) keep track of their menstruation cycle. • Kohler C3 elongated toilet seat The C3 toilet seat touts bidet functionality, heated seat with three different temperature settings, a warm-air fan for partial drying, a deodorizer to lessen unpleasant odors, and a Quiet-Close cover. Another notable inclusion is a lighted bowl that eliminates the need to turn on a light at night. You have the remote control to adjust the seat settings to your liking. The wands of the C3 toilet seats are constructed of anti-microbial material to guarantee absolute hygienic performance. • Toto Neorest 600 toilet Produced by bathroom fixture manufacturer Toto, the Neorest 600 is a tankless, one-piece toilet. It may not be gold, but you could call it green: It’s a low-flow toilet, conserving water by sending only 1.6 gallons down the drain per flush. But you’ll be too busy sitting in awe of the Neorest to yearn for the water-frivolous days of the full-flow toilet. It’s also a bathroom dynamo, doing all of the work your old toilet used to make you do. The toilet’s remote operates the smart sensor functions and Washlet functions. It runs the front and back warm water spray; seat warming unit; warm air dryer function, water massage feature; catalytic deodorizer function; and built-in energy-saving mode. • Kohler’s Fountainhead Toilet The elegant one-piece Fountainhead Toilet completes the range of Kohler Fountainhead Suite. The Fountainhead Comfort Height toilet stands alone without a tank. A one-touch button activates the slow open or close of the toilet seat or lid, and also the automatic flushing function. Additional features include a LED light integrated into the design and a heated, ergonomic seat. • Toto Neorest SE & Neorest LE The Neorest SE & LE are the latest high-tech toilets from Toto, which come packed with a range oh high-tech features. These washlet-style toilets feature CeFiONtect glazing and a Tornado Flush. Both the models boasts a heated seat, sensor operated automatically opening and closing lid and automatic flush. Prototype worth mention: • Microsoft eToilet The eToilet includes a 21-inch flat-screen monitor built into the toilet lid itself that swings out on a swivel arm when in use. Many of its functions are activated by touch and it has a proximity sensor that will protect the screen from spray during use or flushing. Moreover, the eToilet’s composition gauge will offer web-based dietary recommendations and guidelines based on the physical makeup of the material that is input into the device. Finally, a toilet for the BornRich: • Swarovski-Studded Toilet This one comes from the same maker who earlier lured the rich folks with their chrome-plated toilet. But for those who demand more, there is the “Isis” collection that features blinged-out bathroom fixtures designed by Jemal Wright of Hollywood, Florida. This blinged toilet comes fully encrusted with Swarvoski crystals and costs $75,000.