New Toilet Design Reminiscent of Rodin's "The Thinker"

New Toilet Design Reminiscent of Rodin's "The Thinker"

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Toilets.

Yuck.  They are germy.  Especially in public.

Now, one man has invented a new design for the "throne."

He says it will keep people healthy and help you "completely empty your bowel."

So, get ready to squat people!

Peter Codling is a postgraduate Innovation Design Engineering student at the Royal College of Art in London and he has created "Le Penseur."

It is lower than a traditional toilet and easier to use, especially for the elderly.  It even has handles.

At the moment, you cannot buy this product, but Peter hopes to have it manufactured and on the market in a year or so.

For the full article, click here.

PS: Did you know the name of this toilet translates to "the Thinker" in English? 

Tres Bien!

 

 

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