Planning a high-tech bathroom renovation? With everything around getting more technologically advanced by the moment, it should come as no surprise that even the bathroom is receiving its fare share. Not long ago, the concept of heated bathroom floors and towel racks would have been met with amazement. However, now, it’s no longer uncommon to hear about either.
Here are 5 incredible, high-tech gadgets to take your bathroom to the next level.
Refrigerated Bathroom Cabinets
Homeowners who take certain medications or use preservative-free beauty products can keep their items cool and close at hand, by installing a refrigerated bathroom drawer. It might even be useful for keeping a cold drink close by during hot summer nights.
A Mirror TV
Mirror TVs are no longer just for science fiction movies! They are here. Now you can watch your favourite morning show while getting ready for work, without having to disrupt your bathroom’s design with the addition of a traditional TV.
An Intelligent Toilet
The ultimate addition to your new smart bathroom absolutely has to be the Numi Intelligent toilet from Kohler. This toilet/bidet combo offers a stunning array of features, including: a heated seat and foot warmer, touch-screen remote, ambient lighting, built-in speakers with Bluetooth, and more.
A Water-Regulating Shower
Touted as the world’s first smart shower, the Eva Drop features a flow sensor, which regulates your shower’s water output; thereby helping you save water. Water output is increased or reduced based on whatever activity you are performing (such as rinsing, shaving or applying shampoo). The unit installs between your shower wall and shower head, which means that you can continue to use whatever shower head you prefer.
This incredibly intuitive scale analyze your full body composition, including weight, fat mass, muscle mass, water and bone; but that’s not all! The Body Cardio from Withings can also keep you abreast of your overall cardiovascular health. The Body Cardio measures your body’s pulse wave velocity, which is recognized by the medical community as a reliable indicator of overall cardiovascular health.