Its inventors promise the Iota (that’s how they call this toilet) uses 50% less water compared to one we’re used to, a stationary one. Two British students, many believe have invented the toilet of the future. One that folds in each and every use. If price is not an issue, for sure, I would prefer an Iota. There are two obvious advantages of choosing this rock star toilet, (1) it’s a space saver (2) the design is rimless, meaning–it’s easier to clean.
According to Design Boom, Gareth Humphreys and Elliott Whiteley, designed and crafted the toilet as a final school project at the University of Huddersfield.
Iota occupies a small space and is a breeze to clean.
It’s convenient to use and flushes in closed position.
Have a sneaky peak at how it works on the inside.
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