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Recently The New York Times published an article review about the Kohler Numi toilet. You may be asking “What’s so special about a toilet?” Well, this particular Kohler toilet comes with a price tag of $6,400 and has been described as “a cross between a potty and a butler.” – Julie Zeveloff, Business Insider

This ultimate toilet costs so much money because it has enough bells and whistles featured on it to almost make you forget it’s just a toilet. Not only does it come with a touch-screen remote that flushes, cleans and dries its user; it also provides heat, music, and programmable settings for different users.

Reporter Sam Grobart spent one month living with the device, take a look at his experience with this ‘Oh So Grand” Kohler Numi toilet at nytimes.com.