Smart toilet covers for households have been strongly welcomed in Japan, and their penetration rate has exceeded 80%. According to observations, smart toilet covers have initially gained market recognition in large and medium-sized cities in China. There is generally insufficient awareness of the value of smart toilet lids, especially in small cities, where the penetration rate is not high.
Consumers do n’t know about smart toilet lids, and they are based on fewer opportunities. He gave an example: Japanese electronic toilet products have a high penetration rate, and many visitors to Japan can basically experience similar products. After they experience, they will express their love for the product, and their willingness to buy will be greatly increased.
Currently, most of the smart toilets on the market have functions such as hip cleaning, seat insulation, warm air drying, automatic deodorization, silent seating, and health monitoring.
The health detection function is a major new feature that related manufacturers have paid attention to in recent years. In 2015, the Japanese TOTO company showed a smart toilet named Flowsky. It is said to be able to act as a doctor, measuring the flow rate of urine when people go to the toilet to judge the health of the human body. In recent years, Panasonic has also launched a smart toilet with health data detection capabilities. Many other brands in the world have also begun to enter the field.
Using intelligent health monitoring toilets can make diseases detectable at an early stage. At present, many physical illnesses have missed the best treatment period when they are visiting the hospital. This phenomenon will improve when continuous, in-depth health data is monitored.