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Remote-Controlled Toilet: When You Gotta Go When You’re on the Go

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Don’t you just hate it when you really need to go and there’s still someone in the bathroom? You wait five minutes… ten minutes… twenty minutes until you just give up and take a leak behind some bushes because you just can’t take it anymore. It’s more bearable for guys, but imagine when a girl has to do it. I know I wouldn’t want to.

So here’s a solution for those who find themselves with a full bladder at the most inopportune of times: the remote-controlled Japanese-style toilet.

RC Toilet

It’s basically a urinal-shaped toilet that you can wheel around using the remote.

RC Toilet2

The idea of peeing (or worse, pooping) into this is obviously not very appealing. Because while you might have already relieved yourself, you’ll be relieving no one when you walk past them with this loaded toilet beside you.

It’s more of a novelty, though, where you’re supposed to use the space in the urinal to transport items like soda cans, water bottles, phones, and whatever else you’re too lazy to hand over to your friend across the room.

If you really must have the remote-controlled toilet, you can grab it over at Strapya World for about $16(USD).

[via 7gadgets]



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