The life of luxury leaves no stone unturned, even when it comes to the matter of morning rituals. On an average, people spend close to 15 minutes a day on the toilet, which amounts up to almost a year and half of an average person’s life. That’s a long time to live in a substandard manner for the super wealthy. Have a look the most toilets money can buy.
- “Dagobert” Wooden Toilet Throne by Herbeau – $14,123
This classy toilet, named after the last ruler of the Merovingian dynasty in 8th Century France, comes with a pull chain flush with bell, candle holder and ashtray. It also plays ‘Le Bon Roi Dagobert’ when the lid is lifted.
- Swarovski Studded Toilet – $75,000
This one is for the diamond-obsessed super wealthy. Designed by Jemal Wright, this piece of art is fully encrusted with Swarovski crystals.
- Moon River Art Park Toilet – $750,000
Hidden under a man-made cave of Shanghai’s famous Moon River Art Park, people waited in line for upto 2 hours to use it when it first opened in 2005. It still remains a tourist attraction.
- Hang Fung Gold Toilet – $5,000,000
This 24 carat gold toilet is owned by Hang Fung Gold Technology Group. It is open for public viewing and attracts a lot of tourists.
- International Space Station Toilet – $19,000,000
While the others on the list are a symbol of luxury, this one’s price tag is more to do with utility. It has special fans which suck all of the waste into the septic tank and a several filters which extract water from the waste and make it drinkable. Orbiting 400 miles above the earth, this is truly an engineering marvel.