Integrated Toilet and Bidet Seat Comparison: TOTO Neorest 750H VS TOTO Neorest RH
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The TOTO Neorest 750H and the TOTO Neorest RH both bring a lot to the table, but the Neorest 750H comes with a few key features that give it the edge over the Neorest RH. We explain these in detail below so you can make the best choice for your family.
Look & Feel
Overall design is probably the most visible difference between the TOTO Neorest 750H and the TOTO Neorest RH. The RH has a soft, rounded silhouette with curved edges while the Neorest 750H features crisp angles and sleek, modern contours. While TOTO considers the Neorest 750H to be the better looking model, beauty is ultimately in the eye of the beholder.
TOTO Neorest 750H
TOTO Neorest RH
One of the biggest differences between the TOTO Neorest 750H and the Neorest RH is that the 750H comes with TOTO’s self-cleaning Actilight technology. The Actilight system PREMISTs the bowl with sterile, electrolyzed water (EWATER+) before each use to reduce the chances that waste will stick to the bowl, and it also sprays the nozzles with EWATER+ after each use. As a final sanitizing step, the Actilight system blasts the bowl with UV light, which works in tandem with the residual EWATER+ and naturally present oxygen to kill any bacteria and germs that might be lurking.
Though it’s not particularly noticeable to the casual observer, it’s worth noting that there are some differences in the type of materials used to construct the Neorest 750H and the Neorest RH. The 750H is primarily crafted from high-quality, vitreous china, whereas the Neorest RH features more plastic components. While both embody TOTO’s dedication to quality craftsmanship, the materials used in the Neorest 750H’s construction are a step above those used in the Neorest RH.
Price is one area where the Neorest 750H and the Neorest RH differ significantly.Depending on the color, the Neorest RH costs between $3461.50 and $3980.90 and is one of TOTO’s most affordable integrated units. The price of the Neorest 750H reflects its ultra-luxury status, coming in at a cool $14,286. The dramatic jump in price here is primarily due to the Neorest 750H’s cutting edge, self-cleaning Actilight technology, as well as its high quality materials and updated design.
If you’re not constrained by budget and like the idea of a self-sanitizing integrated unit, the TOTO Neorest 750H is a great choice, and it’s streamlined silhouette is a fantastic upgrade to any bathroom. If you don’t mind cleaning your toilet the old fashioned way and are working with a smaller budget, prefer a rounded design, or need a beige unit, the TOTO Neorest RH will be the better option.