Featured Invention – Bowl BreezeSeptember 23rd, 2013 by InventionHome | 1 Comment
This featured invention post addresses…um…a rather sensitive topic. It can be offensive…and embarrassing. Let’s see, how can I put this delicately. It’s about stinky bathrooms.
Without going into details, let me just state the obvious. Sometimes, bathrooms stink! Lucky for all of us, inventor Christopher B. of Bethel Park, PA has a product that effectively addresses this crisis situation. It is called “Bowl Breeze®”.
Bowl Breeze® is an air-purifying device for the bathroom that eliminates, rather than masks, dangerous odors that carry harmful germs and bacteria. The device has adjustable arms that clamp it onto the edge of any toilet, and a motion sensor embedded on the top. When the motion sensor detects activity (such as a seated person), the purifier’s powerful fan pulls in airborne bacteria, viruses, gases, and embarrassing odors at the source. Filters inside the device collect the harmful toxins at the molecular level and literally suffocate them, resulting in a healthy and safe bathroom environment with breathable, fresh air. After people leave the bathroom, the purifier will shut itself off after a one minute delay to refresh after the flush cycle.
Chris enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his invention.