Top 7 Weirdest Toilets
When you are in the urge you probably wouldn’t really mind how the toilet looks like, you would only care for a vacant and clean toilet, like these Japanese toilets. However, this can sometimes depend on where you are. For example, you usually hear about many people complaining about the state of portable toilets, like the ones at festivals and outdoor weddings. These toilets can often feel unsanitary and dirty, which is why it’s surprising that more people don’t consider using more luxurious portable toilets. Platinum Pro Portables specializes in luxury restroom trailers and fancy portable toilet rentals for weddings and special events. If only every outdoor event had these toilets! But in other cases, toilets are made to confuse the users or simply make them smile. Having an aquarium tank on top of the toilette seat or make it look like medieval toilet seat… what would you rather? Or perhaps you would just prefer a bog-standard toilet or would be more interested in these expensive toilets? Would you use any of these Weirdest Toilets ? Of course you would.
#1. MP3 Toilet
This one would offer you a lot of extra things like a seat heater, automatic washer, and electronic control of the seat, but probably the coolest thing of this toilet is the full-fledged MP3 player with a SD card slot. The control panel with the MP3 player can be attached on the wall. There are 16 classic tunes included with the SD card. The MP3 player can do a random playback, one tune playback and so on (depends on how long you plan to stay there). This toilet can be yours for “only” 1750 dollars.
#2. Aquarium toilet
How about adding a bit exotic life in your bathroom with this aquarium? The fully functioning tank fits a standard toilet seat and was designed by Oliver Beckert. If you consider adding it on your toilet seat you can watch fish swimming while you are doing your business.
#3. Toilet without water
Unimaginable? Not anymore. This toilet looks like an UFO, but the main purpose of it is to provide a hygienic toilet sterilizes all the harmful bacteria without the use of chemicals, running water, or electricity. So it saves your money and time for cleaning. The container is portable, compact, easy to assemble, and is great for rural or developing areas. Sounds like a dream toilet seat…kind of…
#4. Public semi-transparent toilet
Imagine this: you really have to use the restroom; you see an empty public toilet; enter inside and boom – you can see people passing by you. Can they see you urinating? No, it is semi-transparent, which means the user can see the people outside, but they can’t see anything or anyone on the inside. An artist has created this usable public toilet in a glass cube to challenge the curiosity and bravery of people passing London’s Tate Britain gallery. Visitors have to defy their own embarrassment to use the minimalist cubicle, made from one-way mirrored glass.
#5. Throne Toilet
Take your bathroom back a few centuries in the past with this antique style toilet that would make your bathroom looking like a medieval restroom. The toilet comes with an ashtray, candle holder, and hand painted toilet bowl and plaque. It includes a song when lid is raised, and features a solid ash throne with 3 layers of polyurethane coating, a pull chain flush with bell, ashtray in arm, and a candle. One thing is sure, you will feel like a royalty when you’ll sit on it.
#6. Disappearing urinal
The Urilift system is a two-meter high stainless steel cylinder with three alcoves, each with a urinal, and no doors. The special thing about this Urilift the fact that is goes lower below street for a nice clean look. Then, at night, an operator comes by with a remote and the Urilift hydraulically lifts to sidewalk level in about two minutes. This way the unit is ready to serve all the nighttime party animals who don’t mind urinating in a very exposed public urinal (well, when you have to go, you have to go). The $75,000 system has been installed across the Netherlands, but there are a few installed in London and Belfast. Apparently it gets popular, because Victoria will be the first North American city to try them out.
#7. Hands free toilet
A company called “Bottoms Up LLC” claims to have designed the dawning of a new age, with its hands-free toilet seat. It is a toilet seat with a motor that lifts it up and down without having to touch it (good heavens the humanity needed this). This toilet seat would be perfect for public restrooms. Hooray.