Out of all the places to place a toilet, the last place anyone would want to take a dump over is a 15 story elevator shaft.
For many people, the bathroom is the one sanctuary where we can escape the constant scrutiny of modern life. The Magic Mirror may soon end that privacy however, as an electronic watchdog that keeps you in touch with life beyond the smallest room.
For those living in urban areas, you may have struggled to find a bathroom when you have to, you know, go. Either it's reserved for patrons or you're stuck on one of those looooong residential blocks far away from Starbucks...
I'm not exactly a germaphobe, but having to grab a door handle to get out of a public rest room can be pretty unsettling, especially if the guy who left before you didn't wash up. Now there's a no-brainer kind of solution, a foot level handle that lets you open the door with your shoe.
Sometimes, it's not enough to just get clean. You need to get clean in something tacky and expensive. If that's what you desire, the Aquamass "Parure" bathtub should fit the bill nicely.
You might not be able to imagine any earthly reason to spend six thousand dollars on a bathroom fixture designed to accept your bodily waste, but that's only because you're not imagining hard enough.
Oh, the bathroom. What a delightful little room. And whether it's your sanctuary or just a place to do your business, we at DVICE think this is cause for celebration. So go on, get your bathroom gadget fix this holiday...
This bizarre contraption is a urinal that lets guys do their thing, then gives them a place to wash their hands without moving a step.
I'm not a big bath guy. I mean, sitting in a lukewarm pool of dirty water may be relaxing, but the whole concept of it seems a little gross to me. But if I had the Sub-Tub Whirlpool Bath and Washbasin, complete with giant OLED screen? Yeah, I think I'd be more on board with them.
So you've struck it rich, selling your tech start-up, winning the lottery or inventing a new kitchen appliance that was a big hit on the infomercials. What to do with that newfound cash? First thing's first: it's time for a...