Top 6: World’s most expensive toilets

Arab king Abdullah gifted a toilet made of gold to his daughter on her wedding. Here's a look at world's most expensive toilets.

By: Express News Service | Published:October 16, 2014 12:26 pm
toilet-main Arab king Abdullah gifted a toilet made of gold to his daughter on her wedding.

Arab king Abdullah gifted a toilet made of gold to his daughter on her wedding. While the spectacular pic will leave you spellbound, here’s a look at world’s most expensive toilets.

6. IntiMist, $450 for seat only
The seat which can be fitted in any regular toilet comes along with warm water, a warm air blow dryer and a heated seat.

IntiMist IntiMist, $450 for seat only

5. Sun-Mar Excel Non-Electric Self-Contained Composting Toilet, $1,500
If you care about your environment, and can afford to spend a little extra for it, here’s a toilet where you can convert waste into fertilizing soil for use in garden. It doesn’t use water at all.

composting Sun-Mar Excel Non-Electric Self-Contained Composting Toilet, $1,500

4. “Dagobert” Wooden Toilet Throne by Herbeau, $14,123
Named after King Dagobert, the last ruler of the Merovingian dynasty in 8th Century France, this commode has everything a luxury loving person wants. This five-foot-tall toilet looks more like a throne, rather than a toilet. Music, candleholder, ashtray…do you want more?

wooden “Dagobert” Wooden Toilet Throne by Herbeau, $14,123

3. Moon River Art Park Toilet, $750,000
If you want a natural experience, head to Shanghai’s famous Moon River Art Park. Incidentally, this is also a tourist spot. Use of toilet is free, you only have to pay entrance fee to the park.

mon Moon River Art Park Toilet, $750,000

2. Hang Fung Gold Toilet, $5 Million
This toilet is owned by Hang Fung Gold Technology Group. The gold toilet resides in a demonstration washroom called “The Hall of Gold.” It is available for public viewing.

gol Hang Fung Gold Toilet, $5 Million

1. International Space Station Toilet, $19 Million
The world’s most expensive toilet is not on earth, it was launched in space. Built by Russia for the International Space Station in November 2008, the toilet features leg braces to help keep astronauts properly positioned.

space station International Space Station Toilet, $19 Million

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    Emma
    Apr 12, 2016 at 6:42 pm
    honestly wtf
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    ah
    Oct 16, 2014 at 3:49 pm
    Followers of Abdul Wahab has toilets of gold ....................
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