Toto C100 vs C200. What’s the difference?

The Toto Washlet C100 and the Toto Washlet C200 are very similar bidet toilet seats, so they are often compared to each other.  Both of them have similar heated seats, customizable cleansing options, and a warm air dryer, yet they differ slightly.  In this post we highlight and review what those similarities and differences are with an easy-to-read chart.

Toto Washlet C100

Toto Washlet C200

Rear spray

Y

Y

Soft Rear spray

Y

Y

Front spray

Y

Y

Oscillating cleansing

Y

Y

Pulsating cleansing

N

Y

Wand position adjustment

Y

Y

Water pressure adjustment

Y

Y

Warm air drying

Y

Y

Heated seat

Y

Y

Energy Saver

Y

Y

Deodorizer

Y

Y

Pre-mist

Y

Y

User (two) setting lock

N

Y

Water temperature (Min)

86°F/30°C

95°F/35°C

Water temperature (Max)

104˚F/40˚C

104˚F/40˚C

Control

Attached

Remote

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Differences Explained

The first difference that you will notice from the chart above is that the Toto Washlet C100 does not have a pulsating feature like the C200.  Pulsating cleansing, which can be turned on during washes, alternates the water pressure between soft and strong, which feels like a massage.  If this feature is important to you, then you would choose the Washlet C200.

The next feature that the C100 doesn’t have is the ability to store wash preferences of up to two users.  The C200 is able to store these settings, which include the preferred wand position, water pressure, and water temperature.  It is a convenient feature to have because you (and another user) don’t have to make adjustments each time you use the toilet.

There is also a difference between the two bidets on water spray temperature.  While their maximum temperatures are the same, the minimum temperature for the C100 is 86°F/30˚C and 95°F/35˚C for the C200.  This means the C100 provides a larger range.  It can be useful be able to adjust the water temperature more freely, especially if think you might benefit from having slightly cooler water.

Perhaps the most important difference between these two Washlets is the control.  The C100 uses an attached control, whereas the C200 uses a remote control.  The benefit of having an attached control panel is they tend to be easier to use than the remote controls and they don’t require batteries to operate.  The benefit of having a remote control is that the toilet seat is more compact which is good for small bathrooms.

And finally, the last difference between the two is the price (MSRP).  The C200, as you can see in the comparison, has slightly more features than the C100 and a remote control, which makes it a bit more expensive.

We hope this direct comparison helps with your purchasing decision if you are considering the two Washlets! If you want to explore your options check out some of our bidet seat reviews and use this handy bidet seat comparison table.

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