There is not much I can say about this toilet video featuring the Quatro Luxury Toilet from St. Thomas Designs. It is one impressive rig. The demonstration technique is flawless. Watch now and enjoy playing "will it flush"
I can't tell you how much this toilet cost, how much water it uses, if the toilet seat is comfortable, or how loud it roars when you flush.... but if you watch this video you'll see this throne can handle 2.3 pounds of baby carrots, a couple sets of game pieces and... a bag of dog food and some other awesome surprises!
Makes me wonder what else might be lurking in the sewer!
The only thing I see missing in this bathroom is a toilet seat handle - and roll of TP. Looks like this toilet is the no brush required kind!
As connoisseurs of commode culture, we like to stay on top of new products that make the bathroom even more special. Here are the latest ideas that have us tickled:
Bidets are revered around the world for their gluteus maximus miracles. And finally, America is on the brink of dissolving its seat stigma and joining the rest of the civilized world. A hit at CES last year, this bidet will run you 600 bucks, which seems like a bargain after watching the video and listening to a Siri-soundalike explain the virtues of things like variable-stream oscillation. We want this for the office. Bad.
Never touch the flush handle again! Great for the elderly or the ailed, because flushing can be dangerous. In the words of one satisfied customer, "Before, I had to turn around and stretch to flush before I could transfer. My back went out just last week from doing that." Any product that makes bathroom calisthenics unnecessary is surely a good thing.
Forget the fact that this device makes it much easier for tikes to use the sink...the pun in the product name makes us burn with envy. Challenge accepted, Aqueduck.
So it's come to this: American posteriors are expanding so rapidly that we need an expansion kit to cope. But let's not focus on the larger issue, and instead marvel at the simplicity of this device, which is but a clever response mechanism to a world where cronuts reign.