Summary. Does your toilet seat offer a twelve button digital remote control? At a cost of $1,777.85, the Kohler C3 200 Computerized Toilet Seat offers features you’d only expect to find in more expensive toilet seats (if you could imagine there might be a more expensive toilet seat). The cost of this toilet seat comes in just under $1,800 – what the Pentagon paid in 1999 for toilet seats. The C3 has every feature you’d want (toilet not included).
Other Brands. The Kohler C3 200 is similar in features to other brands that, unfortunately for Kohler cost only a few hundred dollars.
Energy Savings. Are you troubled by the energy consumed by some toilet seats? Then the Kohler C3 200 is for you! The C3 is made even more economical because of it’s energy saver mode. Of course, a $12 toilet seat from Menards or Home Depot would probably save even more energy and money.
Features. The Kohler C3 toilet seat with bidet functionality use the naturally soothing quality of water as a refreshing, hygienic alternative to toilet tissue, offer cleanliness, comfort and convenience for all users.
- Features two separate water nozzles for the anterior and posterior that spray the user with warm aerated water
- Constructed of anti-microbial plastic
- A user sensor ensures someone is sitting on the seat before the functions are activated
- Heated seat with three different temperature settings
- Warm air with three temperature and fan speed settings
- Deodorizer helps to minimize unpleasant odors
- Continuous hot water is provided with an in-line water heater
- Quiet-Close Quick-Release toilet seat
- Remote control provides user-friendly function controls in the palm of your hand
- User presets, store to memory the control settings for two users
- Lighted bowl eliminates the need to turn on a light at night
- Energy save mode reduces energy consumption when the seat is not in use
Missing Features. Although the C3 200 has many features, there are a few missing, such as the optional flushing sound button found in Japanese model pictured in this video. Also missing is the selection of music feature found in the next video. Conspicuously absent is the massage mode found in the third video below.