Throughout the 18th century, only the wealthiest European homes had bidets, which were often decorated with fancy adornments such as rosewood veneer, gilded bronze and crystal flakes.
Hundreds of years later, the electronic bidet hit the market in 1960, combining the bidet with the toilet, and it slowly began to make its way into global culture. There are now a variety of shower toilets available on the market to suit all budgets.Manufactures such as Geberit, TOTO and Duravit are leading the way bringing new designs and advanced technology to market. Below we've compared 4 of our favourites, all of which are on display at our Kuche & Bagno showroom in Rugby.
1. Geberit AquaClean Tuma Classic - We rate this best for value for money
Shower toilet - Warm water (34 degrees), WhirlSpray technology, extendable nozzle, adjustable spray intensity, oscillating spray, self-cleaning nozzle after each use
Rimless pan easy cleaning
Dirt repellent ceramic surface
Soft closing lid
Compatible with AquaClean app
Economy mode (low energy consumption in standby mode) Price approx: £1,800
2. Duravit SensoWash (Happy D.2) - We rate this best for comfort & elegance. Good range of features and stylish without breaking the bank.
Shower toilet functions – Comfort wash, lady wash, rear wash, adjustable temperature and position
Self-cleaning spray wand