The Giddel toilet cleaning robot is what the future of cleaning should be
Robots are designed to perform tasks that are difficult or dangerous for humans, so it only seems fitting that there is one to clean the bowl as well.
There almost comes a time when family members or housemates fight over the porcelain throne, but no one really likes to stick around to clean it up. Considering all that goes on indoors, it’s really no surprise that toilet cleaning ranks number one among household chores that even adults don’t like to do. Some even hire other people to do it, but why settle for a regular expense when you can just buy a robot that’s only too happy to clean toilets for you. And that’s exactly why this rather cute-looking little guy is made to make your life a little less stressful, at least once in a while.
Designate: Atlan Robotech
Considering what he’s designed for, it’s almost a bit ironic that Giddel looks almost too cute to get dirty. Large blue eyes set on a black face stare at you almost innocently as they hover in the middle of the toilet bowl. A press of any of those eyes, which are actually control buttons, sends Giddel methodically spinning and scrubbing that clean toilet, including those hard-to-reach places you probably wouldn’t even dare to touch.
The robot has a predominantly white and blue color scheme that you might consider odd for something that will get dirty very quickly. While this is true, it also makes it easier for owners to see if Giddel himself needs cleaning. There will unfortunately be no escaping this task, but the promise of an antimicrobial plastic surface should at least allay some fears.
Like other robot cleaners, Giddel also has a docking station where it sits and charges when not needed. You can also use your choice of liquid cleaning solutions, so you won’t get locked into whatever the company sells, which is good because they don’t actually sell any. It sells replacement brushes, which is about all there is to extend the use of this robot.
Before thinking that Giddel is for lazy people, the robot has an advantage for a specific category of people. An easy-to-install and easy-to-use toilet cleaning robot will be essential for people with disabilities who cannot do it themselves and do not always have help available. It’s definitely the kind of robot that will be indispensable in the homes of the future, and not just vacuum cleaners and mop robots.