With the exclusion of automated plumbling, the invention of the toilet has neither been developed nor improved upon in recent decades, which is what makes the Toilet 2.0 so fascinating.
David Hakken must have had a eureka moment while sitting on the toilet, because the design of the Toilet 2.0 manages to combine practicality, comfort and aesthetic. Using a composite material developed by DuPont called Corian, the new toilet is lighter, thinner and stronger than its porcelain counterparts. And to top it all off, eight cleaning jets placed inside the bowl will make sure no embarrassing spots or stains will be left.
The Toilet 2.0 hopes to reduce overall water usage by reusing "grey water" from your shower or sink in order to clean its pipelines. But for now, you'll have to settle for your current, less-than-extraordinary throne because the Toilet 2.0 won't be officially released for a while.