Sticking with the bathroom theme, how about solving the problem of the toilet seat being left up? You can with the Future Toilet.
The new toilet claims to solve two problems – it deal with a man’s fear of touching the toilet seat to raise the seat and addresses the issue of the seat being left up when the man has finished. How? Well, the first problem is dealt with by a lever to lift up the seat, so no touching of the actual toilet.
The second problem is a little more technical. It’s an automated system that returns the toilet seat to its “down” position, powered by the water that fills the cistern – so no extra power or water is required. And best of all, the toilet fits just like any standard loo.
The first production models of this new toilet will be hand built by the design team in north London and sold through Ebay. The guide price is £350 per toilet and the first toilets will be featured on Ebay from Sunday 15th April.
See the toilet in action