Integrated Toilet and Bidet Seat Comparison: TOTO Neorest 700H VS TOTO G400 Toilet and WASHLET Combo
When it comes to differences between TOTO integrated units, differences can sometimes be slight. However, when it comes to differences between the Neorest 700 and the TOTO G400 there are quite a few differences to consider. Below we will detail out each difference.
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G400 Integrated Toilet and WASHLET
|Pricing||Neorest 700H in White (MS992CUMFG-01): $4,760 (Better Pricing Available)|| G400 Integrated Toilet and WASHLET in Cotton White (MS920CEMFG-01): $2,900 (Better Pricing Available)
G400 Integrated Toilet and WASHLET in Sedona Beige (MS920CEMFG-12): $3.250 (Better Pricing Available)
|EWATER+||Yes, Sterilized EWATER+ for nozzle cleaning and bowl misting||No|
|Night Light||Yes||No (after market bowl nightlight can be added)|
|Instant Water Heater||Yes, Instant water heater offers unlimited warm water||No, Tank water heater with limited warm water|
|Wide Front Cleanse||Yes, nozzle designed to offer option for wider front clean if desired||No|
Detailed Comparison of the TOTO Neorest 700H and the TOTO G400 Toilet and WASHLET Combo
Above, you’ve already gotten a look at the differences between these models. That being said, some of these terms may not be ones you’re familiar with. Below we’ll break down in more detail exactly how these units differ in an effort to help you pick the perfect unit for your needs.
Look and Feel
Overall Look and Feel
There’s no denying that the TOTO Neorest 700H is a sleeker classier looking unit. If looks are a major part of your reason for purchasing, and you have the money, it’s probably worth spending the extra cash on the Neorest 700H. However, it is important to note that the G400 DOES offer a Sedona Beige AND Cotton White option while the Neorest 700H only offers a Cotton White option.
In our mind, this one is a perk, but a pretty little one… The night light lights up the bowl. Nice for visits in the dark, but not a deal breaker. It’s also important to note that an after market toilet bowl nightlight can be added to the G400 or any toilet for that mater, giving the same functionality. It’s not quite a sleek because it’s after market, bit it’s still an option.
EWATER+ is method of sterilizing water by applying a small voltage to it. This sterilized water is not used for the wash, but rather solely for the nozzle cleaning and bowl pre-misting. While we don’t see this feature as a must have, it is nice to have the nozzle sterilized after every use. Keeping in mind that both of these units self clean the nozzle after every use, is the use of sterilized water to self clean on the 700H a must have? It’s a matter of preference, we’ll let you decide.
Water heating methods are often not considered when choosing a unit… But it should be one of the main things to think about. The TOTO Neorest 700H offers an instant ceramic water heater. This heater offers unlimited warm water for as long as you need it. It’s design makes for very little water temperature fluctuation through out the wash. The TOTO G400 on the other hand, while it offers consistent warm water, has a limited supply. This unit uses a hot water tank, not an instant water heater. Once the hot water tank is depleted, it needs to be re-filled before a hot water wash would be available. This water heater offers warm water for 1 to 2 minutes worth of washing, and takes about 3 to 5 minutes to replenish once depleted.
Wide Front Cleanse
While both of these units offer front cleansing, only the Neorest 700H offers a wide front cleanse option. This option allows you to select a wider stream which many ladies find as a huge plus once they’ve gotten a chance to try it.
Clearly both of these units will get the job done, and get it done in style. Things like the added “sleek” factor, and the instant water heater make the Neorest 700H well worth considering if you’re able to spend the cash. Have questions about either of these units? Just ask!
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