Most Americans don't understand bidets. Ironically, they're considered uncouth when the truth is... well, it's pretty disgusting to take matters into your own hands. And that's not even discussing the literal, sub-par hygiene of it all. All to say, when I first visited Japan and experienced the supremacy of a $5000 bidet... well, game over! Totally sold. That's why I've got my eye on the new Kohler Numi which is the Porsche of bidets. Toto may have the corner on the market but this gorgeous design is both functionally and aesthetically amazing. Other than the price point, why wouldn't more Americans want this? Makes me wonder if our Puritanical roots are at play here... creating a mental block to an obviously superior product. Anybody got the doctoral dissertation on this one?
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