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Hum

Hum

Why do we still clean toilets in the same way the ancient Greeks used to do? Stop the bending, scrubbing, splashing, stinking, disposable waste of time. One tap of the foot on the button and the cleaner drops into the toilet, hums, et Voila! toilet clean.

Toilet brushes haven't been updated in millennia. With the integration of the same technology used by power toothbrushes, this arduous task is made easy.

 
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How it works

Simply flip open the toilet lid and tap the blue button with your toe. It's that simple. The housing doors open and the ultrasonic transducer then descends into the toilet bowl and begins the cleaning cycle. When finished, it ascends back into its housing, the doors close, and it self cleans. Simply flush your toilet.

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form

The white, flowing form of the Hum mimics the curvaceous porcelain bowl of most residential toilets. With the primary concept of "Fluid" in mind, all formal decisions were processed through a fluid lens - the foot, the housing, even the way that it cleans the toilet. A droplet falling into a pond. What could be more natural?

Fluid Forms

Fluid Forms

Ideation

Ideation