The 5 Most Expensive Toilets On Earth

By on April 13, 2012 in ArticlesEntertainment

They aren't called thrones for nothing. There are some seriously pricey toilets out there, and these are the five most expensive toilets to ever be constructed. Who knew using the loo could be so opulent?

Dagobert Wooden Throne Toilet: $13,468

Named after the last king of Merovingian dynasty in 8th Century, King Dagobert, this classy, five-foot-tall toilet by Herbeau features a pull-chain flush with bell, candleholder and ashtray.

Lixil Satis Smart Toilet: $130,000

This fancy toilet, which is displayed at Lixil's Tokyo showroom, is adorned with more than 72,000 Swarovski crystals. Woah.

Moon River Art Park Toilet: $750,000

If you like to be one with nature, head on over to Shanghai's well-known Moon River Art Park. This not-so-private toilet is tucked inside a man-made cave and visitors can use the toilet free of charge. Fun fact: Park staff says, when the toilet first opened in 2005, people waited in line for up to two hours to use it.

The Hang Fung Gold Toilet: $5 million

Situated in Han Fund Gold Technology's demonstration washroom, known as the "The Hall of Gold," is this 24-carat solid gold toilet, which is available for public viewing. The room also features many other lavish accessories, including solid gold bars embedded in the floors.

International Space-Station Toilet: $19 million

Well, the most expensive toilet in the world is technically on Earth. This $19 million number was launched into the outer space. Constructed by Russia for the International Space Station in 2008, this latrine has leg braces in order for astronauts to position properly.

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