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So I'm researching products for a project and I got a bit sidetracked searching for clear see through toilets, which I did find one.

But then I find this page of weird toilet seats and then this... product which I can only imagine trying to use as your toilet is overflowing cuz your neighbors upstairs keep flushing even tho the stack is clogged somewhere downstream.

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It looks to me as if they are offering that as an alternative to a plunger. It would tend to push into the siphon jet I think, tho plungers tend to do that too.
 

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It looks to me as if they are offering that as an alternative to a plunger. It would tend to push into the siphon jet I think, tho plungers tend to do that too.
I just showed this to a coworker and she mentioned that she used one once.. but had to hold the flapper down and plug the overflow tube
 

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I can see it now... pressing down on the device with a foot, while using hands for the other two jobs.
 

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Gotta be a plunger. My first thought was that it was too prevent people from using a toilet. Like displays or large projects that aren't done yet.
 

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I just showed this to a coworker and she mentioned that she used one once.. but had to hold the flapper down and plug the overflow tube
I was just thinking, that would be useful in trying some forceful plunging. But you would need more hands, unless you had a Jim cap to put over the overflow tube.

I see there is an expensive plunger called "Clog Boss" that is supposed to send pressure to the outlet without pressurizing the siphon jet.
 
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