Thursday, February 28, 2013


I'm not sure the word soundwaves is the appropriate term to use for this state of the art bath, but it's pretty darn close. Take a look at Kohler's new VibrAcoustic bath. A bit more relaxing than singing in the shower...

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Our Own Matt Damon Has Something to Say about Water and Sanitation!

Celebrity Matt Damon who is the co-founder of Water.Org has something to say about water and the sanitary conditions in this world.  Take a look:

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

What will they think of next?

A smart toilet you can control from your phone? Yes. That's right, you can now have a Toilet App on your cell phone. How convenient. Some of you won't get yelled at for leaving the toilet seat up either.
For more information see below: The smart toilet you can flush from your PHONE (and you can even use it to close the lid if you forget) • System can be be controlled from an iPhone or Android app • Users can even lift the lid before they arrive using special app • Bowel movements are tracked to monitor health - and users can even set themselves targets The Japanese have long been at the forefront of hi-tech toilet developments, having pioneered heated seats, musical playback and built in washing and drying systems. However, Japanese firm Lixil has now introduced its most advanced model yet - and it can be controlled from a smartphone. The toilet, which goes on sale in the Spring, can be completely controlled by a smartphone app, which can also track user's bowel movements to track their health. The app, which will be available for s elected Android handsets, will work with three of the firm's new range of lavatories. Using the My Satis Android app, toilet users will be able to control the Bluetooth-equipped bathroom fitting with their smartphone. Every features including flushing, lifting the toilet seat and sprays can be controlled. Users can record their own preferred settings, and even play back music through the toilet's speakers. The system also records each use to monitor both water and electricity bills. (Article Source: Mail Online (UK))