Silent and Soothing: Regio by Inax

When I get up in the middle of the night during the winter months, I pray to one day have a toilet with a heated seat. If I set my sights even higher, then I would definitely wish for the Regio toilet by Japanese company Inax. Not only does it feature a heated seat, but it also includes a temperature control—and that is just the beginning of Regio’s advanced attributes.

Regio. Manufactured by Inax.

Luxurious Lavatory Features Music and Light

Regio. Manufactured by Inax.

Leaving aside the heated seat, I can still admire all the other smart components of Regio. For example, the product comes with a silent stream flushing system—so you won’t wake anyone up if you need to visit the bathroom at 3 a.m. But lots of toilets are now equipped with such features, you might be saying. Well, how about some soft light and relaxing music while you sit on the throne? These details should turn a daily activity into a spectacularly pleasant experience.

Regio. Manufactured by Inax.

But Regio doesn’t stop there. It also features a fully automatic flush and slow-down seat and lid. Still not impressed? How about a fully automatic toilet seat system, adjustable water pressure and temperature, a deodorizer, and a warm air dryer? You can feel good after using some of Regio’s specialties—and people who follow you will also benefit, both from the deodorizer and the antibacterial surface.

Regio. Manufactured by Inax.

Inax maintains a corporate philosophy that stresses comfortable design and exceptional quality. The company keeps the customers’ current needs and desires in mind, as well as those of future generations: “smart means style conceived with both today and tomorrow in mind,” Inax explains.

About the Manufacturer: Inax is Japan’s leading producer of tiles, building materials, and bathroom and sanitary products. Since its inception in 1924, the company had prided itself on craftsmanship and technology. Inax worked with architect Frank Lloyd Wright to put together a tile facility that became Inax’s first manufacturing plant. The Japanese company became Inax in 1985 when it expanded its business “from being a ceramic tile and sanitary ware manufacturer to a complete creator of living environments.”

Posted January 23, 2012 by Alicita Rodriguez

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