How to choose a smart toilet?

- Apr 19, 2018-

  1. Pay attention to product safety. Smart toilet water heating, water temperature control, seat temperature control, flame retardant performance, etc., is the main indicator of product safety or not. When consumers purchase smart toilets, they must consider whether their materials have added flame retardant to prevent the product from causing fire. In addition, smart toilets need to be equipped with plug leakage protection, water power protection and water temperature, air temperature, temperature overheat protection and other protective devices to ensure consumer safety.


2. The more functions, the better. For smart toilets, products with many functions are more prone to problems, so consumers should buy them on demand. The basic functions of a smart toilet include seat body sensing, seat heating, warm water washing, mobile washing, warm air drying, automatic deodorization, etc. Consumers can choose according to actual needs, so as not to waste.

3. Haitao products may be "satisfied with soil and water". One is the voltage problem, that is, the need to convert the domestic 220V voltage to 110V; the other is the water quality problem. After a period of use, the nozzles will be blocked due to the better water quality in Japan and the need to install filters, and the water quality in many areas in China Hard, easy to produce scale. In China, it is more suitable to use bathroom products with filter core water purification system.

4. Focus on energy saving and environmental protection performance. Examine the product's water consumption, clean-up rate, erosion distance and other indicators. In general, qualified water-saving smart toilets have water conservation certificates issued by the state. From the aspect of product accessories, the larger diameter drain valve allows the product to drain quickly. In addition, S-pipes and water seals that comply with national standards should also be included, with attention paid to indicators such as standby power consumption, seat heating power consumption, and power saving modes.