Integrated Toilet and Bidet Seat Comparison: TOTO Neorest NX1 VS TOTO Neorest RH
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There are a number of differences between the TOTO Neorest NX1 and the TOTO Neorest RH that are important to consider when deciding between them. We’ve outlined these differences in the reference table below, followed by a more in depth discussion of each.
TOTO Neorest NX1
TOTO Neorest RH
|Look & Feel|
|Flushing System||New and improved Tornado Flush System||Tornado Flush System|
|Price||$8,265.75||Cotton White: $3,968.25
Sedona Beige: $4,563.75
Look & Feel
While the Neorest NX1 and the Neorest RH each feature a rounded design with smooth edges, the Neorest NX1 is arguably the sleeker, more modern looking unit. In addition to overall look, it’s also important to consider color options. The Neorest NX1 only comes in white whereas the Neorest RH is available in both white and beige, making it an appealing choice for anyone in search of an off-white unit.
TOTO is know for its high-quality products, and the Neorest NX1 and Neorest RH are no exception. However, the Neorest RH is constructed out of both porcelain and plastic components, while the Neorest NX1 is made almost entirely from porcelain. While you might not notice these differences without being told, we believe that knowing what your unit is made from is an important part of making an informed decision between the two.
Bowl & Seat
TOTO designed the Neorest NX1 with an innovative rimless bowl that is easier than ever to clean. The Neorest RH has a traditional, rimmed bowl with a ridge that you’ll need to reach underneath in order to wipe away residue and grime. In addition, the NX1 comes with an upgraded seat design that is even more comfortable and supportive than the seat on the Neorest RH.
Both the Neorest NX1 and the Neorest RH come with TOTO’s state of the art Tornado Flush System. However, a major difference between the two is that the Tornado Flush System on the Neorest NX1 features an upgraded design that provides an even more powerful, comprehensive flush than before that sweeps through even the furthest recesses of the bowl.
If you’re looking for an integrated unit that’s budget friendly or need one that comes in an off white color, the Neorest RH should be on your list of units to consider. If, on the other hand, you want an integrated unit with an ultra-sleek look and all the latest design upgrades, the Neorest NX1 may be a better fit.