Touchless Toilet Removes The Ick Factor From Unfamiliar Bathrooms

Touchless Toilet Removes The Ick Factor From Unfamiliar Bathrooms
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Kohler's new product can be controlled by waving a hand over it to flush it.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 7 may 2014


The toilet is easily one of the places that can gross out most people or make them paranoid since it has many points of contact that could potentially spread germs and cause disease. Luckily, companies have already developed and designed toilets that require minimal touching or none at all to flush.

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American brand Kohler has recently come out with its own Touchless technology toilet that allows users to flush without so much as laying a finger on any flush lever or button. The toilet is fitted with a sensor and users simply have to hold their hand over the tank lid where the sensor is located to flush.

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