Hi-tech loos that say hello, warm your bum and glow in dark become lockdown hit

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Amazing Japanese loos which flush themselves, glow in the dark and open and close automatically have been a surprise lockdown smash.

Some of the techie toilets will even keep your bum warm.

The Masked Singer’s Jonathan Ross,  will.i.am  and the Kardashians are all said to be fans of the bathroom trend.

Analysis of Google searches revealed thousands of us have been hunting for them online.

The toilets, which have got in-build control panels, come with an array of features including the toilet “greeting you” by automatically opening the lid as you approach it and closing when you have finished.

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They also flush themselves and offer massage options, as well as having heated seats.

Other features loved by their fans including “silent” flushing, music on demand and even an choice of built-in air freshener aromas. Some of the fancy loos, which can cost up to £10,000, glow in the dark.

Others can measure a user’s blood sugar, pulse, blood pressure and body fat content while they are spending a penny.

A spokesman for interior design experts  Homedit.com  which did the Google research said: “Far outranking any other smart bathroom gadgets is an LED Mirror, with average monthly searches amounting to 73,400.

“It seems we just can’t escape our love for the big screen, as a bathroom TV ranks in second place with 22,700 searches – with a Japanese toilet not far behind.”

They added: “Smart home technology has come leaps and bounds, offering a whole host of smart devices that not only make our lives that little bit easier, but also conserve water, electricity and the environment.”

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