Real Products That Exist: A $400 Home Toilet Bowl Scrubbing Robot

February 11, 2019

Because sometimes even robots get the short end of the stick, this is a promo video for the Giddel Toilet Cleaning Robot. Giddel is a $400 portable household robot that attaches to an included mount on your home's toilets and gives them a little robotic elbow grease. Although, based on the video, it looks a lot more like a gentle massage than power scrubbing. Also, it costs $400 for a job that literally takes less than a minute to do for a really good job, and that's coming from a guy whose toilet bowl regularly looks like a Jackson Pollock painting. Granted, that's all my roommate's fault. "Do you even have a roommate, GW?" Do dogs count? "No." Then yes I do. "Are you lying?" No. "Is it opposite day?" Maybe!

Keep going for a video of what completely wasting $400 (even for a rich person) looks like in action.

Thanks to Davey, who agrees that, while robots certainly deserve to scrub toilets, they should at least do a decent job.

  • Jenness

    I came late to the party, but glad that everyone agrees this is crap.

  • GeneralDisorder

    It seems you achieve similar results with a spring-loaded brush head and a robot arm that can move around a little.

  • The_Wretched

    Um, the whole bowl needs cleaned. Not just inside the rim.

  • nik

    I guess this was meant for a different kind of scrubbing in mind...

  • MustacheHam

    Well, it's official. That there's a robot for about everything now.

    This is probably useful if the person is completely unable to scrub the toilet or happens to be a robot enthusiast.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I need a robot that takes my trash to the curb because I've lived in my new place for 4 weeks now and have only been home one garbage night.

  • Douchy McDouche

    And at the end of the day you have a big, $400 shit covered robot that you need to store somewhere. Unless you're rich and throw it away after one use, which I imagine is who the product was made for to begin with.

  • D3Fd0ck

    Well thats 400$ down the toilet ;)

  • Eric Ord

    Meh would take a shit with the robot in the bowl without knowing

  • Wooder

    The only assumption is that you have clean toilet water to clean your toilet with.

    Dirty toilet water results in nasty smurring of bowl and rim.

  • You do know you're supposed to flush it, don't you?

  • Wooder

    OK so the water is clean then this smurring robot cleans the "nasty" edge then dip in water...rinse and repeat. It will add and remove the edge fetal matter in and out of the bowl a few before its done.

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