The latest from Kickstarter, an odor-eliminating toilet


For those sick of dealing with the embarrassment produced by the antiquated way in which we deal with bathroom odors, the Fresh Air Plus is now available to solve all those problems. Creator Adam Payz has introduced his unique solution to Kickstarter in hopes of generating enough money in pre-orders to cover the initial round of production for his business. The concept behind the Fresh Air Plus is simple yet genius. When a user sits down, a sensor triggers a fan to turn on inside the toilet bowl to filter out any unpleasant odors through a hose and to the outdoors. This functionality ensures that odors do not diffuse into the room by containing and eliminating them immediately.

Never again will you face the embarrassment of a stinky bathroom. Nobody likes the odorous aftermath of a trip to the bathroom, but it’s just part of being human. Inventor Adam Payz refused to settle for that. With his Fresh Air toilet seat, our house guests will now never know you (or anyone else) made a stink cloud in the bathroom. The odor-eliminating toilet seat features “a built-in fan that immediately starts removing odors through a hose as soon as the user sits down,” according to the Fresh Air Kickstarter campaign. Payz’s miracle seat also boasts a simple installation. All you need to do is remove your old seat and place the Fresh Air seat on the bowl and you’re done — except you also need to drill a hole in your wall and on the outside of your house for the hose to dispel your odious stench. Easy as pie, as long as you own a house and you have basic carpentry skills. As for the not-so-handy types, Fresh Air suggests hiring a handy man, which they estimate would cost between $50 and $200 to install, depending on the difficulty of the job. Fingers crossed that the suction hose never malfunctions. If it does, hold on to your butts.

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