Washlet recommends for original Toto Aquia

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I am rebuilding the bathroom wall of my house, which means an electrical outlet can be installed by the toilet. Time for the famous washlet, perhaps Toto C200. Any experiences with this combination of Aquia toilet and washlet? Does it work well? Should I consider a different model of washlet?

Also, does anybody know how much current they actually draw when heating water, as opposed to the rated max on the boilerplate?
 

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Power Rating: AC 120V-60Hz, 406W which is a pretty low rating for a Washlet. It's all you need though.

It's a pretty nice seat.
I have the l TOTO SW2034#01 C100 WASHLET Electronic Bidet Toilet Seat, Elongated, Cotton White on my Ultramax II right now. Similar but with the controls on the side of the seat.
 
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Thanks for the quick response. Is it a good fit for the original Aquia? I did notice an extension hose is required to split the water supply for an Aquia application. These things look incredibly bulky. Do they push your sitting position further forward due to the rear mounted machinery? Is the seat still level at the rear, not sloped upwards like the lid?
 
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THU9090R is the adapter for the Aquia
The seat matches fine,and there is enough room, sitting flat unlike the sloping lid.

https://terrylove.com/forums/index.php?threads/toto-aquia-to-washlet-feed-thu9090.37225/
Some pictures of an Aquia installation with Washlet.

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Been using the original Aquia with the C200 washlet for a few weeks now. It sure is nice, glad I got it. Thanks for the heads up on the required water supply adapter. Funny thing is the wife refuses to try it, I think she's just being stubborn because she perceived it was an extravagance.

It shares a 20A 12G wire dedicated circuit with the 1500W vent/light/heater in the ceiling and remains under the current limit, no breaker tripping.
 
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