Toto Neorest 750H Vs. 700H Reviews – Which is Better?

Last Updated on October 2, 2023 by toilethaven

What is the Difference between Toto Neorest 750H and 700H?

If you are looking to buy the best smart toilet, the Toto Neorest 750H and the Toto Neorest 700H should be on your radar alongside the Kohler Veil intelligent toilet.

Two alternatives to Toto Neorest, 750H, and 700H, used to be Toto Neorest 550H and 500H, which were very popular and successful. The production of the two toilet models has, however, been discontinued.

Toto Neorest 550H was replaced with the Toto Neorest AH, while Toto Neorest 500H was replaced with the Toto Neorest RH. These two new models are ADA-compliant, while the Toto Neorest 550H and 500H are not.

So, what is the difference between the Toto Neorest 750H and the Toto Neorest 700H? Or rather, which toilet model is the best to buy?

The main difference between Toto Neorest 750H and 700H is that Toto Neorest 750H uses a baked-in photocatalytic glaze to clean the bowl periodically. It is activated by an integrated UV light underneath the seat lid. Toto Neorest 700H does not have this feature.

The UV light only comes on when the toilet lid is down. Toto Neorest 750H is, therefore, hygienically more thorough than the 700H, but it costs way more.

This is, however, not to say that Toto Neorest 700H is unhygienic. Just like the 750H, it uses Toto’s ewater+ (electrolyzed water) to disinfect the nozzle and the bowl before you use the toilet.

The question, therefore, to buy either Toto Neorest 750H or 700H depends on the individual. If you feel like you need the extra cleaning by the 750H, then go for it; otherwise, settle for 700H, seeing that all their other features are similar.

Toto Neorest 750H Vs. 700H Comparison Table

Feature Toto Neorest 750H Toto Neorest 700H
Actilight (UV Cleaning)
Premist + Ewater+
Flushing system Tornado flush Tornado Flush
Rear cleansing
Soft rear cleansing
Front cleansing
Wide front cleansing
Adjustable nozzle positions
Pulsating wash
Oscillating wash
Instant water heating
Adjustable water temperature 5 settings 5 settings
Adjustable water pressure 5 settings 5 settings
Warn air dryer
Air dryer temperature 5 settings 5 settings
Heated seat
Heated seat temperature 5 settings 5 settings
Auto energy saver 3,6,9 hours 3,6,9 hours
Auto open/close lid
Automatic flushing
Remote control
User presets 2 2
Seat height 17.25 inches 17.25 inches

Toto Neorest 750H Review


As we have seen, the Toto MS993CUMFX#01 Neorest 750H goes slightly deeper in bowl cleaning than the Toto Neorest 700H. Toto refers to this technology as the Actilight technology. So, how does the Actilight technology work?

Toto Neorest 750H is coated with a photocatalytic glaze that is both durable and hydrophilic (is attracted to water). When you close the seat lid, the integrated UV light underneath it turns on for an hour, interacting with the glaze to release activated oxygen that breaks down the waste.

This technology is environmentally safe and does not harm the glaze. Since the Toto Neorest 750H’s seat lid closes automatically after you are done using the toilet, the Actilight technology does not require any output from your end.

If the toilet has not been in use for 8 hours, it automatically sprays the bowl with electrolyzed water. After 10 hours, the UV light also turns on, and the self-cleaning process begins.

This is the feature that is missing in the Toto Neorest 700H. It, however, makes the 750H quite a pricey toilet.

Toto Neorest 700H Review

This is the bestselling model among all Toto Neorest toilets. In all fairness, it is quite a good toilet as most people don’t see the need to pay the extra cash to buy the 750H since the 700H still has the ewater+ feature, which is quite thorough in bowl and wand disinfection.

I don’t know why and how, but the Toto Neorest 750 is double the cost of the Toto Neorest 700H. If you don’t feel like you need the Actilight cleaning technology, then my advice is to simply buy the Toto Neorest 700H.

Now that we have seen the difference between Toto Neorest 750H and 700H let us look at all their other features, which make them some of the best smart toilets in the market.

Ewater+ and Bowl Premist

Electrolyzed water is a proven disinfectant in the food industry, so Toto borrowed the idea and applied it to the Neorest toilets and their washlets. This feature works automatically.

Since the toilet is fitted with a sensor, it will notice you approaching. The toilet immediately preists the bidet wand and the bowl with the electrolyzed water, making it sanitary to use. The process is then repeated after you have used the toilet and left.

Apart from disinfecting the bowl, this feature also makes it hard for waste to stick to the bowl. According to Toto’s research findings, which I have also ascertained on my own, a wet bowl is more effective in waste elimination than a dry one.

Auto Lid Opening and Closing

As you approach the toilet, the sensor will notice your movements towards it, prompting the lid to automatically lift off. Once your business is done and it’s time to leave, you don’t need to turn and put the lid down.

It will automatically close slowly without a slam. In essence, you will not need to touch any part of the toilet with your hands.

This prevents the spread of germs from the toilet to yourself and to other toilet users. It also helps a lot if you have limited mobility.

Cleansing Options

Toto Neorest toilets are marketed as the best toilets ever, and I believe they are true. They are more of a spa treatment than just a toilet.

Both Toto Neorest 750H and 700H use warm water that can be adjusted through 5 different temperature levels to cleanse you. The water pressure also has five different settings for you to choose your most comfortable level.

It offers both feminine and posterior cleansing, which is made possible by the fact that the bidet wand can be adjusted back and forth. This also makes it usable by people of different sizes without the need to move about your body.

The feminine/front wash is gentler than the posterior/rear wash, which has a narrow but strong spray for thorough cleansing.

You can also select a rear soft wash, which is a wider but soft spray to clean over a wider area. A front soft cleanse option delivers a wider water spray with low pressure.

Toto Neorest toilets also offer oscillating and pulsating wash functions. Selecting an oscillating wash function will have the nozzle moving back and forth in quick succession to clean over a bigger surface area.

A pulsating wash involves the use of alternating strong and soft water sprays to deliver a massaging sensation. Both of these wash functions can be run concurrently.

Warm Air Dryer and Deodorizer


As soon as you are done washing, a warm air dryer will take over and start blowing warm air all over the rear and front until you are completely dry. The air dryer has five adjustable temperature settings.

An automatic air deodorizer will instantly kick in to deal with any lingering undesired odors. It uses powerful carbon filters where the air surrounding the toilet is drawn in; hence, it does not “clone” the odor.

User Presets

As you can see, both of these toilets have quite a number of functions with adjustable settings. Sometimes, it can feel cumbersome when you have to keep selecting all these settings every time you go to the bathroom.

Therefore, Toto Neorest 750H and 700H toilets provide you with two user presents where you can save and forget your desired wash settings. Every time you use the toilet after that, you will only need to select your already selected settings, and voila!

Take your time to study the Toto Neorest 750H manual to know how to save your selected water pressure and temperature levels, as well as other wash functions.

Wireless Remote Control

Toto Neorest 750H and 700H come with a very easy-to-use wireless remote control. Every feature is clearly labeled on the remote control against the button you are supposed to press.

While you can mount the remote on the wall adjacent to the toilet, it would be even more ideal if you could also buy the Toto Neorest remote control stand.

Instead of turning to your side to select functions on the remote, the stand gives you a chance to do so while facing straight forward. The stand also doubles up as a toilet paper holder. Having backup toilet paper in the bathroom does not hurt.

Cefiontect Glaze

Both Toto Neorest 750H and 700H toilets are made of porcelain. As you know, porcelain, by nature, is a porous substance, and hence, the final product has tiny holes where waste can be embedded, making it very hard to clean.

Cefiontect glaze is used to coat these toilets as well as other Toto toilets, which leaves them as smooth as mirrors. This inhibits the adherence of debris and waste, making the toilet super easy to clean.

Their skirted design, devoid of nooks and crannies, also ensures that there is nowhere for dirt to hide. Combined with their Premist feature, this makes cleaning Toto Neorest 750H and 700H a breeze.

Tornado Flushing System

Toto Neorest 750H and 700H use the revolutionary tornado flushing system. The tornado flushing system is designed to use as little water as possible but deliver a powerful flush.

Instead of the usual rim holes on the bowl, the toilets have two powerful nozzles, one on each side of the bowl. When you flush the toilet, water comes out through these nozzles in the form of a vortex/cyclone.

This forms a whirlpool inside the bowl, which, apart from being effective in waste elimination, helps to scrub and rinse the bowl. These being dual flush toilets, they give you the chance to either use 0.8 gallons of water per flush or just 1 gallon.

Ideally, you use the 0.8 gallons to flush down liquids and the 1 gallon to flush the solids. Due to their low water consumption, Toto Neorest 750H and 700H are certified by the EPA’s WaterSense and CALGreen.

They can, therefore, be sold in every part of the United States, including Texas and California. Toilets sold in these states should not have a higher rating than 1.28 gallons per flush.

Toto Neorest 750H and 700H are tankless toilets. They do not have a water tank like other toilets but instead, use a small pump that pumps water from the supply line straight to the bowl when flushed.

Universal Height


Sitting on either the Toto Neorest 750H or 700H feels like sitting on a chair. The distance from the floor to the top of their toilet seats is 17.25 inches.

These are, therefore, comfort height toilets. They make it easy to sit and stand on the toilet and are hence compliant with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which requires toilets to have a seat height of between 17 and 19 inches.

The other dimensions of the Toto Neorest 750 and 700H are:

  • Depth: 31.4 inches
  • Width: 17.625 inches
  • Height: 20.75 inches
  • Rough-in: 12 inches

A toilet’s rough-in is the distance between its rear wall and the center of the drainpipe. Ensure you have a 12-inch rough-in, not a 10- or 14-inch one.

Heated Seat and Nightlight

You don’t have to worry about freezing on a toilet on a cold winter morning. Both Toto Neorest 750H’s and 700H’s bidet toilet seats are heated throughout the day and night. They come with five temperature settings so that you can choose the one you are most comfortable with.

During the night, a cool blue LED light illuminates the bowl so that you can easily use the toilet at night without needing to turn on the bright bathroom lights, something irritating, especially if you are straight from bed and don’t want to lose your sleep.


When you order either a Toto Neorest 750H or 700H, it will be shipped to you in 2 different boxes. One box will contain the bowl, while the other one will have the bidet seat.

The bidet seat does not come preinstalled, which is good since it reduces the likelihood of breakage. Both the bowl and the bidet seat/washlet are nicely wrapped to reduce the chances of breakage as much as possible.

However, I advise you to inspect both boxes as soon as you receive your order to ensure everything is in place. It also gives you the chance to ask for a replacement if any piece is broken.

Toto Neorest 750H and 700H Installation

Both Toto Neorest 750H and 700H are a little harder to install than regular toilets. You will first need to install the bowl and then the bidet seat later.

If you do not already have a power outlet near where you want to install the toilet, you will need to take care of that first. Having a power cord running 3 feet away from the toilet is not pretty. Have it as close to the toilet as possible to make the bathroom neat and also avoid tripping hazards.

Toto Neorest does not install directly on the toilet flange like other toilets. It comes with an adapter, which you install on the flange, then install the toilet on the adapter.

You will receive a detailed Toto Neorest 750H user manual in 3 languages. Apart from showing you how to install the toilet, it also clearly explains all the features available and how to use or set them up.

Although you can install the Toto Neorest 750H and 700H on your own, I would implore you to hire a certified plumber to do the installation. This being such an expensive toilet, you don’t want to mess up with anything since the warranty will not cover it.