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OVE smart toilet $779.99

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[Costco] OVE smart toilet $779.99

OVE Smart Bidet Toilet

There is current stock at the Markham location. Missed the last time they had these in stock.
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Looked at the title quickly and thought I saw OVO smart toilet.... And was like damn, Drake has quite the empire!
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anyone seen these in Winnipeg? would love one...
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What is so smart about these toilets?
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how smart? "hey google, wipe my axx"
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leg3nd wrote: What is so smart about these toilets?
Probably gives you the trajectory, speed, velocity and mass real time when you go. I'd expect nothing less for the price
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This better poop for you at that price.
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Dec 20, 2018
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about 1/10 the price of a similar one piece Toto but doesn't look as nice and these aren't tankless i don't think and no automatic open/close lid

but looks like it does have auto flush
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Dec 24, 2005
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i would be hesitant to buy something like this very well knowing I can never buy parts
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We had Toto Washlet for many years, then it had irreparable failure and we replaced it with a new one, using the same toilet. If this one fails - the whole thing probably have to be replaced. I would say - buy Costco Toilet + Toto Washlet (In Costco) instead,
It probably will be cheaper and more reliable.
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I think it can track your daily waste, its like a fitbit program for your bottom.
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milolai wrote: i would be hesitant to buy something like this very well knowing I can never buy parts
https://www.ovedecors.com/en/stan-toilet.html

Note the order parts button.
Ove while sold at Costco isn't costco only, but yea who knows if they'll support it in five years. But as another poster said, this is closer to 1/8th the cost of a Toto.. So buy the new one in 5 years if it fails and keep going.. I just got a 550se washlet yesterday, debating installing or giving this a try. Not having much personal experience w bidets.. I'd imagine toto is better. But.. Dunno
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Does it calculate number of calories excreted in real time?

Maybe a poop leader board each month telling how many poop points you earned each month?
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milolai wrote: i would be hesitant to buy something like this very well knowing I can never buy parts
It's Costco,. So just bring it back but yes that's a pain but at least can get money back if you lug it back
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Jul 15, 2008
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Here's the specs on OVE's website:

DESCRIPTION
The Ove Decors Stan tankless Smart toilet is an unmatched combination of the best features of a conventional high-quality ceramic toilet with the innovations of a modern advanced toilet with such decadent features as heated seating, warm flowing water, air drying, and much more. Also, ecologically and sanitarily advanced, the Stan Tankless Smart toilet eliminates almost all need for toilet paper or wet wipes as the jets included on this model are the most efficient option currently on the market.

FEATURES
  • White ceramic body
  • Tankless design
  • Single flush system
  • Automatic flush
  • Water consumption 4.85 LPF (1.28 GPF)
  • Rough-in: 30.47 cm (12 in.)
  • Includes remote control
  • Rated voltage 120V - Requires power outlet
  • WaterSense certified
  • CSA, DOE and CEC certified
  • Powerful flush with MaP score of 800 g
  • Adjustable water temperature (4 settings)
  • Integrated hot water heating system (no need to plumb hot water to the toilet)
  • Aerated spray mode for increased water pressure
  • ECO mode reduces electricity consumption when not in use
  • Soft close seat
  • Adjustable seat temperature (4 settings)
  • Night lightSelf-cleaning nozzle
  • 2 cleaning modes (spray cleaning mode- single water jet, bidet cleaning mode – 4 jets)
  • Anti-bacterial seating
  • Automatic odor filter
  • Adjustable nozzle positions
  • Connects directly to water supply
  • Easy to clean
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I agree with the earlier poster - RFD way is to just get a regular toilet + a bidet seat (unless your house is nice enough that a regular toilet just won't cut it, lol). Sure, may not be as seamless/nice looking but a heck of a lot easier to service/replace. I considered my <$300 bidet seat (on sale) a 'splurge' and it has most of the major features listed above, except for the light (Clean Touch UB-6035R).
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I have a more expensive OVE smart toilet. Their after sales support was fantastic. The seat stopped working after 2 years and they shipped a new one out without cost. We haven't had an issue for 3 years thus far.
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StatsGuy wrote:

It's Costco,. So just bring it back but yes that's a pain but at least can get money back if you lug it back
Isn't it considered as electronics with 90 days return policy?
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Sh---y deal.
This space for rent.
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Some real good replies.

Well done all, well done.

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