How to have a public bathroom at home
Faucet has infrared sensors, perfect for germaphobes.
Talk about the world turned upside-down. The last thing we thought we'd ever see is people clamoring to make theirmore like , but that's apparently what's happening in our increasingly fixture-fixated consumer market.
We knew the trend had become mainstream (no pun, honest) after witnessing the overwhelming popularity of Dyson's "EZ Touchless Infrared Sensor Faucet," however, is clearly destined for the household at $50, according to GadgetGrid." hand-drying machine. But that product is aimed at the business market--we think. The "
And why not? It's at the perfect intersection with yet another hot trend, products targeted at the.