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Toilet Seat Scale allows you watch as you lose weight

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2009

Toilet Seat Scale allows you watch as you lose weightScales come in many shapes and sizes. Sometimes they are on your mouse. Sometimes they are on a chair. And sometimes they can be found on a toilet seat.

Which makes sense. Losing weight is hard. It might help motivate you, if you can see visually just how much you lose on the old John. Because we all know we lose some weight on the throne. Now it’s time to see just how much. Judging by that rabbit-thing’s reaction, it seems that he/she has just pinched a weighty loaf.

Kohler C3 Toilet Seat Bidet with remote

Posted in Bath by Conner Flynn on August 21st, 2008

Kohler C3 Toilet Seat Bidet with remote
This kind of high tech toiletry has been popular for some time in Japan. Now Kohler is bringing it to the U.S. The Kohler C3 seems like a futuristic butt washing odyssey. I mean, a toilet seat that has it’s own remote? That’s right. Kohler’s bidet technology is built into a toilet seat that attaches to your existing toilet. What you get is a temperature controlled, aromatic cleansing that almost eliminates the need for toilet paper. Almost.

It’s very customizable and comes with two programmable presets that can accommodate two separate users of different sizes. Everything is controlled with a wireless remote that sports it’s own magnetic holder that keeps it on the wall. It should be noted that though it’s a receptacle for waste, it wont waste energy as the in-line heater warms the water on an as-needed basis. Another green bonus is that you will be using far less toilet paper, which will save a tree or two. What do you think? Ready for a high-tech ride on a magic seat? It will cost you $950.

Breeza 4-stage deodorizing toilet seat

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on March 23rd, 2008

Breeza 4-stage deodorizing toilet seat
At long last a new development in toilet seat technology. Sure, there are a number of products that fight odors in the modern outhouse that we call the bathroom, but most of those are sprays that smell almost as offensive as the bomb you just inflicted on the citizens of toilet-town. This solution is built right into seat.

Once you plump your butt cheeks down onto the toilet seat and get ready to play bombs away, it knows what you’re about to do and it will begin the decontamination deodorization process that captures odors, purifies and freshens the air. The mysterious process includes fans, filters and fragranced vents. If your bomb bay doors don’t like the cold, there’s a heated version available. No need to wear a Haz-Mat suit ever again when entering your throne-room/library.