Integrated Toilet and Bidet Seat Comparison: TOTO Neorest RH VS TOTO Neorest EW
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The TOTO Neorest EW and Neorest RH may look nothing alike, but they actually have more in common that meets the eye. In terms of features and function, there’s virtually no difference between the two, and they’re both ADA compliant. The primary differences lie in mounting style, aesthetics, size and price, which we detail below.
TOTO Neorest EW
TOTO Neorest RH
Look and Feel
The TOTO Neorest EW is a wall-hung unit, so it gracefully hovers over the bathroom floor. It comes in white only and has a contemporary, boxy shape with flowing contours that are sure to increase the style factor of any bathroom. In comparison, the Neorest RH is a traditional floor mounted unit and features a soft, rounded design, and two color options (white or beige) make it easy to match your existing bathroom decor.
As with most wall hung units, the Neorest EW’s tank is hidden in the wall. One of the benefits to this setup is that the toilet portion is much smaller than the average floor mounted unit, making it a great choice for small bathrooms where space is tight. In contrast, the Neorest RH is mounted in the floor like a regular toilet, and it requires 12 inches from the back wall to the middle of the drain or flange for proper installation (this is known as a 12 inch rough-in).
When it comes to price, the Neorest EW is a mid-range unit and comes in at $5,600. The Neorest RH is a more budget friendly choice, costing $3,290 for the white model and $3,767.40 for the beige model.
At the end of the day, you really can’t go wrong with either the Neorest EW and Neorest RH because both come packed with the same high-performing features. If you have a small bathroom or simply like the contemporary, elegant look of a wall-mounted unit, the Neorest EW will be the better fit for you. But if a traditional, floor mounted unit is more your style and a beige color is on your list of must-haves, then you’ll want to pick the Neorest RH.