Specialist toilet provider Clos-o-Mat has introduced a new and improved Vita range of wash and dry toilets designed to give people a stylish solution to retaining independence and dignity in the bathroom.
The company believes the Vita range is the most ‘fit for purpose’ collection of wash and dry toilets available in the UK.
It encompasses the Palma Vita, the wall-hung Lima Vita, and the height-adjustable Lima Lifter, all of which look like and can be used as conventional WCs, but have built-in washing and drying, so eliminate the need to wipe clean.
Now, they feature an updated, more modern, aesthetically pleasing, sweeping design, designed to compliment even the most contemporary bathroom. The new look is in part achieved using a combination of traditional ceramic, and state of the art plastics that deliver optimum resilience and durability.
The modern aesthetics of the core design are further enhanced by attention to detail. The main skirt is telescopic, to finitely adjust to floor height, whether the toilet is mounted on the floor or raised to the user’s specific height requirement via a range of purpose-designed plinths, and moulded flush levers deliver a more ergonomic appearance.
The new Vita toilets can be fitted with accessories to enable the user to toilet, feeling safe, secure and in control: integrated arm supports, body supports, different seats, operating mechanisms and douche options are available across the range.
“When we first introduced the Palma Vita, it was the first wash and dry toilet specifically developed for people who needed help with their intimate hygiene,” explains Mark Sadler, Clos-o-Mat sales director. “The latest offering with the new Vita range continues that pioneering, brand-leading approach.
“Everything we do is designed to give people the tools and technology to be as independent as possible, giving due consideration to the very specific stresses and issues that people who may be limited in their mobility face when undertaking something so intensely private and sensitive as going to the loo.”