Greatest Toilet Invention Since The Urinal [Pic]

Submitted by: Yuewolf 5 years ago Science

I don"t really want to know how this toilet figures things out, but I am all for this brilliant technology.
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Male 280
They work. And have been around for...20 years? I don`t even know...
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Male 766
they dont work . . . you end up flushing 2 or 3 times for # 2, waste of money and water great con job to sell more potties tho
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Male 128
Yeah, we have had in Australia forever! I actually thought it was a common thing in the U.S> as well. Anyway, its actually pretty clever. You just half flush when you only pee to save water!
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Female 515
@ recyvleElf...yeah theses are pretty new in the US...we are pretty slow on the "green, love the environment" business.
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Male 575
That`s really helpful!

On an unrelated note: have you guys seen this amazing film? It`s about a boy who finds out he`s a wizard! It`s all the rage on the internet!
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Male 4
Yep. I`m 20 years old and I`ve never seen a non-public toilet that didn`t have the half flush/full flush. I guess I assumed they would be standard everywhere.
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Male 3,619
i guess they don`t have this everywhere?
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Male 59
@rasbitom is right.

Down under, we`ve had this "technology" for about 20 years. 5 years of drought virtually made it compulsory.

Interestingly, design problems occur as the smaller one always looks like a No. 2, while the larger area .... well, you know.
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Male 4,902
not that impressive
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Male 101
i`ve had one like this for about 8 years
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Male 707
yeah, old.. it uses less water when u press 1
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Male 583
old old news
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Male 916
`s how every toilet looks down under.
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Male 148
oldollie i know where this pic is from the toilet has like some super suction powers so no courtesy flush needed :D
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Male 53
Push them both...and puke makes 3!
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Male 11,740
You push 1 if you pee and 2 if you poop. Simple.
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Male 125
yea, these have been around a long time, the US has had the push down for full flush, lift up for half flush style toilet for atleast 15 years and these are just the "easier to use" versions of those, for people who could not figure out the other design.
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Male 15,832
Could they have put the buttons in a MORE inconvenient location for a courtesy flush?
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Male 210
Not only have these been around for quite some time in North America, but the toilet doesn`t figure it out, you push whichever button is appropriate.

Japan has similar ones, but you pull the handle for 1 and push for 2.
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Male 1,595
@JoeYC

Whenever I go to the UK I find the toilets rather enjoyable.

Meh, I guess whatever`s different then what you`re used to is what you like.
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Male 2,033
Um, these have been available in north america for almost 10 years, elsewhere for longer. Why the hell did this get posted?

Absolutely one of the stupidest things I have seen on IAB ever, and that is saying something.
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Male 25,416
toilet humour for the win
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Female 383
This is really old, man. Were you living under a rock?
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Male 721
your american toilets are so much different but so much better than here in the UK. the water level is much heigher which stops the splash back... although i have to hold my penis up from dangling in the water, and it sucks the water down instead of ours that just flushes down the side.
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Male 6,737
Is this a new thing int he US? Let me guess, it "infringes your freedom to use as much goddamn water as you want"?
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Male 14,330
How is this beter 1.5 gallon flushing toilet that`s was made standard awhile ago?? This just looks liike more crap to malfunction.

<------- Former plumber.
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Male 90
Yet another "crappy" post!!!
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Female 1,435
this is so old. like 10 years,. you just found this? what did you used to have? a hole in the ground
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Male 177
I have had one of those at my house for a year now. After it clogged for the 3rd time from women, my plumber said to always push 2. Pushing 1 does not allow enough water to properly flush toilet paper through the pipes.

Maybe this one has been tweaked.
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Female 162
I feel it was the opposite when I came to Canada and was confused as to why all the public toilets WEREN`T dual-flush.
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Female 142
Really? This is postworthy? It`s probably a water saving toilet, see how the part with 1 in it is smaller? It releases less water. You hit 2 if you want to use a larger amount of water to flush.. Nothing spectacular and really not postworthy
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Male 1,440
This is post worthy, how?
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Female 7,838
Er- yes, been around for ages- dual flush.....
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Male 2,199
shouldnt the 1 be larger then the 2 since there will probably be more pissing then pooping in the toilet and to remove less accidental presses, make the 1 larger? or am i just thinking too much?
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Male 794
these toilets are not even standard in US right now, and most americans would still be confused as in why this has two buttons and is not automatic sensor control, and why does the water just go down using gravity and not being pressurized, CUZ THIS IS MERICA GOD DAMN IT!!
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Male 3,894
Gasp. A toilet.
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Male 528
been in england years too :/ sorry to burst yo bubbles
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Male 2,700
Another crappy post from **Begins broken record mumbo jumbo**

Seriously IAB STOP!!!!
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Female 779
Wow... we`ve had these in Canada for ages....

All it does is give more water for the #2...
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Male 3,081
from some of the reactions, I`m guessing these toilets aren`t standard in the US like they have been in most of europe for the last 10 years of so.
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Male 328
cmon you guys this is pretty clever.
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Male 1,010
I am taking a photo of my table and posting it.

It is white, AND it has both glas AND wood. At the same time!!

I am going to name the caption "look, there is an airplane up in the sky". Looking forward to see it posted on iab :-)
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Male 2,005
don`t see whats so special with this
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Male 340
i guess for number 1 is doesnt require such a heavy flush lol number 2 it might want to power wash out the toilet to get rid of skid marks
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Male 904
My blender has Hi and Lo speeds. Can I submit a photo of that?
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Male 109
you should either go easy on the tittle (don`t get our expetations up for nothing) oooooooooor post smt kewl
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Male 487
dual flush toilet.... whoopeee
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Male 697
"I don`t really want to know how this toilet figures things out"

it doesnt you idiot. you choose it yourself. jeez. moron
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Male 1,249
Figures things out? You have to press the button.... wtf is wrong wiff u ppl
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Male 247
?
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Female 535
Uh, guys? This is NOT news. Wow.
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Male 23
you guys dont get it do you
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Male 1,582
So is just any retard allow to post anything now a days?
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Male 383
What`s so odd about this? They`ve been around for years
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Female 6
So...? I have that here, 1 is a light flush and 2 is a strong flush. Welcome to Europe.
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Male 146
Haha jokes on you. This toilet goes by the if its yellow let it mellow if its brown flush it down policy. Pressing 1 doesn`t do anything.
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Male 85
Press 1 and less water is used;
Press 2 and more water is used;
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Male 189
I don`t get it

Well, i do get it, but i don`t understand why its on here. The 2 level flush has been around for years surely?

Must try harder I-A-B
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Male 2,790
this has been around for awhile. it`s not that great
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Female 245
This thing has been around for years.
And the toilet doesn`t figure anything out, you choose the correct flush-button yourself...
Failed post >_>
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Male 134
its not that complicated i have one in my house.. if you do a number 1 you press number 1.. if you do a 2 you press 2. how is this a post? lmfao
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Male 802
I`m guessing you have never been to Japan because our toilets are far beyond this.
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Male 773
You press button 1 after number 1, press button 2 after number 2. Simple, lame, overpriced watersaving technology.
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Male 880
That is fantastic and a brilliant idea.
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Male 390
I believe it`s a different flush option...1 uses less water, and 2 is a full flush
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Female 457
It`s just a higher flow of water for #2.
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Male 911
who captioned this? are they retarded? 2 buttons, the button with (1) on it is for flushing urine and probably uses significantly less water
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Male 94
I`ve seen these before. the 1 uses barely any water to flush while the 2 uses enough to take care of business.
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Male 37,912

so, it`s a one or two seater?
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Female 2,027
erm what? i have this
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Male 490
What`s to figure out? I`m guessing they are different flush levels for different "levels of business."
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Male 6,694
Go figure.
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Female 3,562
I imagine peeing requires less water to flush so it`s a water-saver.
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Male 19
Link: Greatest Toilet Invention Since The Urinal [Pic] [Rate Link] - I don`t really want to know how this toilet figures things out, but I am all for this brilliant technology.
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