Finally, A Decent Self-Emptying Diaper (Pee Only)

December 27, 2011


When I was in the hospital under 24-hour watch after a car accident, the nurse told me I had two options: a catheter, or to pee in a marked bottle WHILE ON CAMERA every time I had to go. Now listen -- I'm the kind of guy who can't pee in a bathroom if there's someone else in there, but I told her not only would I pee the bottle, they could have first year med students come and watch me. That's how bad I didn't want a catheter. Enter this new electronic diaper from Japan. IT IS NOT FOR SHITTING.

The setup is simple: there's a pocket for one's penis, an electronic sensor, a suction tube and a vacuum tank. When the diaper detects urine, the vacuum starts sucking until the pad becomes dry.

The diaper was flooded with liquid when demoed at the show, and apparently a scant 0.01 ounces of liquid remained in the already lightweight, compact pad. Its maker, Japan's Unicharm Humancare says after use it is only one tenth of the weight of regular adult diapers.

Oh man, are you thinking what I'm thinking? "Can we mod it into a pleasure device?" Exactly. But we're gonna have to be careful -- it's a fine line between pleasure and accidentally vacuuming your penis off.

There are now electronic diapers for men [dvice]

Thanks to Jacob, who agrees Dysons and penises are a bad match.

  •  An estimated 27.4 billion disposable diapers are used each year in the
    US, resulting in a possible 3.4 million tons of used diapers adding to
    landfills each year. It is possible, however, to buy disposable diapers with a low environmental impact.

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  • jordan314

    When were you in a car accident?

  • Audwin Short

    What's the point in having diapers if you don't use them? Besides, this just gives hospitals a reason to tack on another$5,000 on to my Insurance.  Labeled as "Pee Thingy"...

    Shortwave Industries:  Put pee where it belongs... in the street.

  • Wow, that just made my day!

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