By: Bianca Bartz - Published: • References: philipwattsdesign
Have you ever miss-judged your aim on the urinal because you were too lazy to turn the light on when you stumbled into the bathroom? That wouldn't be an issue if you had a Gloo, a glow-in-the-dark urinal.

The clear plastic bowls from Philip Watts Design contain coloured fibre optics. Best of all, you can get a design to match your personal decor; choose from red, blue, turquoise and purple.

Glowing Gloos sell for about $665 while the more boring, non-light-up varieties (still coloured) sell for about $431.

Ladies, don't be bummed; while they haven't devised a toilet seat that glows, you can alway pee standing up with the help of a P-Mate: Stats for Glow-in-the-Dark Urinals Trending: Older & Warm
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