Re: an elusive toilet with a wash basin
Posted by Terry Love on January 18, 19100 at 23:42:20:
In response to Re: an elusive toilet with a wash basin
I had a black and white photo of a Japanese market Toto toilet with the tank lid molded as a washbasin. The fill valve looked like a drinking fountain, enabling a person to wash their hands in the cold water as the tank refilled. In Japan, space is at a premium. I have had customers ask for these to install in their Summer cabins. It's a bit too eary for that unless we can talk Toto into bringing some into the country for us. The full catalog for their home market is full of many interesting plumbing ideas. Terry
: diane:--I too recently saw a blurb on this or a similar toilet. Although all the details were not furnished, in essence this is what I understand.
: A woman from Dallas TX has filed suit against the manufacturer of an (un named toilet) for bruises on her head and shoulders that she received while using their product.
: When asked how she received the injuries, the woman replied..."I was cleansing my face with toilet water, when the darn seat fell down".
: Does this help at all?.......Bud.
: I recently saw a blurb for a water saving toilet that has a wash basin built into the top of the tank so that the used wash water will drain
: : into the tank and can be used in future flushes. Now that I am interested I cannot remember where I saw the write up. I want this toilet
: : as much for it's space saving possibilities as for it's water saving. If you can help I would be very grateful.
: : thanks