While shower toilets are still relatively uncommon in Singapore, the Geberit AquaClean Sela may be just what you’re looking for.
From the outside, it looks like a minimal, well-designed WC unit, hitting the jackpot in terms of simplicity and design.
Beyond its exterior, it features an adjustable spray arm that delivers a gentle water jet for comfortable and intimate cleaning, including the WC’s unique WhirlSpray shower technology. Using minimal water at a customisable temperature, the spray arm never comes into contact with your body at any time and is also cleaned before and after every use for ultimate hygiene.
Furthermore, a weight sensor ensures the water jet never gets activated by accident. An intuitive remote control makes it easy to call up your personal settings and make adjustments. Alternatively, you can also use the handy Geberit app.
The TurboFlush system is also ultra-quiet and thorough without using much water. It’s based on a flow-optimised rimless ceramic pan, which allows the shower toilet to be flushed at any time without disturbing sounds, even at night.
For those night-time trips to the loo, a built-in orientation light helps you navigate your way, while its low blue light content makes it easier for you to fall back asleep.
Combined with the rimless body, cleaning is a breeze with the Sela’s KeraTect glaze, which makes the ceramic surface extra easy to wipe down. Moreover, there are no grooves to trap deposits and bacteria, ensuring a toilet that’s comfortable to use and practical to maintain.
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