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A bidet seat like no other, capturing the widest range of health metrics of any consumer device.
Let Çava’s Artificial Intelligence monitor your gut function and help optimize your diet.
From Resting Heart Rate, ECG to Blood Pressure, tracking your ticker’s health has never been so easy.
Passively track your body’s composition and important vitals to optimize your physical activity.
A bidet with a touch-free and fully-automated experience that will forever change your bathroom experience.
Trust your gut
Daily waste analysis and a smart food diary help bring your mind and gut closer together.
Daily stool analysis
Çava's AI-assisted stool scanner analyzes your excreta daily and ranks your stool according to the Bristol Stool Scale, a 7-point visual classification system trusted by medical professionals across the world.
Diet & nutrition recommendations
From food intolerances to low-fiber diets, log your meals in the Çava app and learn how your diet is affecting your gut health.
Chronic condition management
Managing conditions like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, or Celiac disease often means keeping a regular diary of symptoms’ dates and times. With your waste data captured and analyzed daily, reporting on your condition with a healthcare provider has never been easier.
Early warning signs detection
Get alerts & notifications when something looks off including irregular bowel movements, presence of blood, overproduction of mucus, and reduced digestion of lipids. All of which can be early indicators of more serious conditions and would require consultation with a healthcare professional for diagnosis.*
*Çava Seat is not a medical device and does not provide a medical diagnosis.
Follow your heart
Keep track of your blood pressure, base heart rate, and more. Get notified if you ever miss a beat.
Daily blood pressure check up
Monitor your risk of heart disease and stroke with daily blood pressure readings, without having to wear a cuff.
Long term data is what really matters when monitoring chronic conditions. With passive EKG readings taken each time you sit, you can gain greater insights into your heart health.
Base heart rate monitoring
Get insights over time into your heart health, fitness, and stress levels.
Listen to your body
Are you drinking enough water? Losing the right kind of weight? Building muscle mass? Track your body’s composition and important vitals to answer these questions and more.
Check your daily readiness
Measuring heart rate variability, hydration, and more gives you the insight you need to help you tackle the day more energized and aware of the appropriate activities to feel your best.
Achieve your fitness goals
Set goals and see how you are tracking on key indicators like muscle mass percentage, body fat percentage, body weight, and hydration.
Get a read on your vitals
From body temperature to blood oxygenation, you’ll know first thing in the morning if you might be under the weather or ready to go out there and perform.
Level up your personal hygiene
Reduce your toilet paper waste and ease into your morning routine with a bidet and other luxury features.
Self-cleaning bidet with warm water
Personalize your cleaning routine with customizable temperature settings for your bidet.
Touch-free lid opening and closing
Using proximity sensors the Çava Seat will auto-open and close so you don't have to lift a finger.
For maximum comfort, especially on a chilly day, use the seat warmer feature.
With LED lights, and a dot-matrix display, you'll never need a night-light again.
With the Çava app you can access all your health metrics in one single place. Set goals and optimize your lifestyle based on your own data.
Why the bathroom?
The bathroom holds the keys to unlocking some of your most valuable health insights in a non-invasive and non-disruptive way.
Blood pressure reading
Biometric user recognition
Body weight measurement
Heart rate variablity
Heated cleansing water
Muscle mass %
GI 3D scanning
Body fat mass %
Skeletal mass %
Easily washable casing
Non allergenic surfaces
Auto firmware updates
IP5 water resistant
Max weight: 400lbs
When does the Çava seat ship?
The Çava Seat will begin shipping starting in August 2022.
to join the waitlist and opt-in to the beta group!
How much does the Çava seat cost?
Join the waitlist and unlock an introductory price of $395 with an initial $10 deposit, a $100 value (MSRP $495).
Will the Çava seat fit my toilet?
The Çava Seat will fit all standard toilets, either round or elongated versions. To know which toilet seat you have check out this
toilet seat sizing guide
How easy is it to install?
The Çava Seat will take under 10 minutes to install. Simply remove your old toilet seat, screw in the Çava Seat, and hook up to water and electricity. Water splitter and power cord included.
Can I cancel my deposit?
Yes, you can cancel your deposit at any time by emailing
. We will respond to your cancellation request within 5 business days but typically a lot sooner!
Can I return the Çava seat?
Yes, we believe you’ll enjoy the Çava Seat so much you won’t want to return it but just in case we offer a 30-day full money back guarantee. Internal components will be sterilized and reused while external pieces will be recycled.
How accurate is the data?
The Çava Seat utilizes the most accurate sensors currently being used at the consumer level. While the Çava Health team of world-class scientists is constantly working to validate and improve the accuracy of measurements and insights provided, the Çava Seat is not intended to be a medical device. Our goal is to provide supplemental and actionable insights into one’s health that work in concert with the broader medical ecosystem. The Çava Seat is not intended to produce medical diagnoses.
An Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) is a representation of your heart’s electrical activity as it beats and pumps blood throughout your body. The heart, comprised of powerful muscles, exhibits electrical activity as it contracts and relaxes during the cardiac cycle due to the neuromuscular pace-making systems built into our biology. These small changes in electrical activity can be observed by attaching electrodes to the skin, and serves as a useful indicator of heart activity and health. While extensive diagnostics using ECG is still in the realm of hospital settings (with 12-lead electrodes distributed across the chest), this important signal can still be detected and recorded using much less obtrusive means like the sensors built into the seat of the Cava bidet. These sensors provide useful information to users, including current heart rate, heart-rate variability (HRV), and changes in heart rhythm. These metrics have been implicated in research as correlates to stress, exercise, and other relevant activities that provide you with insights into your health and physiology. The software being developed at Cava also leverages this ECG information to gain secondary measurements like Pulse Transit Time (PTT) that can further augment information about your circulatory system and identify any trends that may appear over time.
The photoplethysmogram (PPG) is an optically obtained signal that is typically used to detect blood volume changes in microvasculature - small blood vessels underneath the skin. This type of sensor operates on the basis of light transmission/reflectance and absorption, using a light-emitting diode (LED) that provides illumination and a detector that can precisely measure the amount of light passing through (or reflected from) the tissues within the body. Because the body’s tissues are normally perfused with blood, the blood volume within capillaries changes with each beat of the heart. The amount of light absorbed/reflected by this blood volume also changes with these microvariations and such changes can be detected by sensitive photodiodes to provide information about heart rate and blood flow. Using different wavelengths of light, the PPG can also monitor the oxygen saturation in the blood; oxygen-carrying hemoglobin absorbs light at different wavelengths than de-oxygenated hemoglobin, and the relative amounts of both compounds can be inferred by the light collected by the detector, which provides a measurement of oxygen saturation in the blood (SpO2).
Besides these useful indicators of cardiovascular function, the PPG allows us to obtain two separate measurements of heart function. The electrocardiogram records electrical activity of the heart, which is a near-instantaneous indicator of the heartbeat, while the PPG records the physical movement of fluids within the blood vessels. This means that we can detect the precise moment when the heart contracts, and at what time the pumping action delivers the blood to the periphery. The delay between the heartbeat and perfusion of microvasculature is called the Pulse Transit Time (PTT), which can then be used to estimate the blood pressure, acute variations of blood pressure-related vasculature, and respiratory effort.
Bioimpedance is simply the measurement of the body’s resistance to a small current passed between two electrodes. Because the body is comprised of a combination of water, soft tissues, and skeletal material it is a heterogeneous conductor of electricity; observing the resistance of the combined body composition gives us insight into the relative proportions of the components that lie within. Though bioimpedance analysis (BIA) is quite variable person to person and highly dependent on the types and configurations of the electrode sensors used to collect the data, we are working to utilize machine-learning based personalization and leveraging continuous recordings of BioZ over time to increase the consistency and accuracy of these measurements compared to the laboratory gold standards of Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). By maintaining consistent recordings of BioZ over time, we will be able to use your personalized data to better estimate the Total Body Water (TBW) and fat mass in your unique physiology. Consistent recordings over time allows us to utilize time-dependent Bioimpedance Vector Analysis (BIVA) that can help to iron out the variations that may occur as a result of “one-shot” data collection that could be subject to confounds stemming from hydration levels or recent exercise. Cava plans to develop software that improves upon existing bioimpedance analyses, validated against reference measurements to bring accurate, consistent data to the home.
Cava utilizes an high-resolution image sensor that will obtain consistent, registered representations of stool that will serve as inputs to a sophisticated computer-vision system that will estimate excreta volume and classify excreta consistency to provide insights about GI and urine health. The fixed nature of the excreta sensors and the consistency of the image representations to be collected by our scanner implementation eases the training of ML models and computer-vision efforts to obtain consistent, accurate analysis of stool and urine. Because machine learning depends on the repeated exposure of common “features” of inputs to an artificial neural network, the consistent scanning offered by the Cava bidet is an ideal platform for registration, labelling, and classification of excreta into analytically useful categories.
Registration of stool images will be used to train a machine-learning classifier that will provide Bristol Stool Scale values, provide a record of bowel movements over time, and allow users to track their digestive health in a far more detailed way than previously available. In development, we are building computer-vision technologies to estimate the volume and density of stool such that an even more detailed representation of stool characteristics (volume, density) can be obtained. This data can then be utilized in concert with our software to identify trends and correlations to diet that can help users to keep track of their GI health in a consistent, unbiased manner.
Colorimetry and computer-vision-based urine analysis also in development will provide insights into urine content that has the potential to yield information about hydration levels, total urine volume, and urine solutes that may be similarly tracked and recorded. The combination of the data provided by excreta will offer unprecedented insight into gut and urine health and allow this data to be accessible by all users of the Cava device
Piezo-electric load sensors placed in four locations of the Cava bidet will provide weight-sensing and weight-distribution measurements. Sufficiently sensitive load sensors will also enable the recording of ballistocardiograms (BCG), which measures the recoil-like physical force exerted by the heart as it pumps blood during the heartbeat. Such measures are directly correlated to overall blood pressure and will supplement the data estimated from PTT-based blood pressure measurements.
Surface temperature sensors will provide temperature information that will be leveraged to infer core body temperature and variations over time.
Multi-modal Sensor Fusion
Because the Cava device is heavily instrumented and provides simultaneous recordings of multiple sources of physiological data, the signals obtained from multiple sensors serve to augment and supplement each other, helping to improve the reliability of the measurements taken and providing additional “features” as inputs to software technologies used to classify body phenomena. Cava will fully explore the potential of the multiple sensors embedded into the device and maximally leverage the data within to pursue even greater insight into our physiology.
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