‘Techie’ creature comforts

Okada Manila pampers its guests, especially in every one of its 993  rooms and suites, and more so in all of its Inax-outfitted  bathrooms and toilets. 

Inax Satis is one of the the world’s most compact, fully-automated tank- less toilet systems, from Lixil, a maker of sanitary wares. 

Inax gave Japan its first bidet toilets, from its inception in Japan, and through 50 years of cutting edge shower toilet technology, as one of Lixil’s products, Inax Satis provides Okada Manila with ‘plasmacluster technology’ that cleans even the air after every use, hands-free convenience with its fully automated system  and an automatic seat and cover with a built-in sensor to open and close its lid whenever it detects the presence of a user.  

Lixil is heavily involved  in the housing and building industry. Its portfolio spans everything from technologies that revolutionize how people interact with water in their daily lives, to a full lineup of products and services for houses and major architectural projects.

Topics: Okada Manila , Inax Satis , Lixil
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