Everybody wants to use my bathroom right now. It's not the tile-work or the faucet or the shower-head. It's the toilet. Specifically, the bidet toilet seat. Brondell's Swash 1000 was one of our favorite gadgets at CES, so we decided to stick one where the sun don't shine for a review.
Hidden away in a remote CES corridor, amidst a sea of gaudy phone cases and chargers, something catches my eye. What's a toilet doing here? Oh, you know, just revolutionizing how you use the bathroom. No biggie.
Italian designer Alberto Del Biond has created a carbon fiber toilet. Why? That's what I want to know.
Usually, people know better than to actually use a display toilet, especially one that's on a show floor for an event with tens of thousands of people in attendance. Usually.
If you want to look into the future, go to Japan, where it's impossible to market a new toilet seat without a bidet attachment inside (otherwise known as a washlet) that squirts water all over your delicate nether regions. Now you can do away with toilet paper in colorful style with these limited-edition toilet seats…
Who says the Japanese make all the fancy potties? Kohler has jumped into wash-yer-butt bidet derby with its C3 series toilet seats, using a special "hydra-cleansing wand" (pictured at right) to give you a hands-free alternative to toilet paper.
This is too easy. It's like taking candy from a baby. Having nuclear weapons just a couple of blocks up the road have obviously made the South Koreans a little dodgy in the head. Because, I tell ya, as much as I've been searching for a portable bidet in general (and look, it's called Charming), I never would have put…