We now live in a world where robots have an increasing presence in our society; they can vacuum for us, mow the lawn, mop the kitchen floor, there are even ones that self-clean the litter box and dry-clean our clothes at home! But the newest creation is one that should have been invented a long time ago: a toilet cleaning robot.
Giddel is the newest robotic invention by Altan Robotech. The first portable toilet cleaning robot, Giddel is a revolutionary new way to save both time and money.
Featuring numerous special abilities, Giddel has the ability to clean hard to reach places with its telescopic arm, has an easy installation procedure, and has avoidance collision software. Additionally, it is hardwired with memory-touch technology to map varying bowl shapes, sizes, and contours, is water resistant, has an inbuilt reservoir and pump, and includes a charging station.
One thing that sets Giddel apart is its splash-free brush design that doesn’t spin, ensuring that not only Giddel stays clean, but also the surrounding area is free of any splash back effects.
With the ability to work on both round and elongated bowls, the Giddel robot can be transported from one toilet to another, thanks not only to its charging station and portable design, but also to its 3D mapping technology that allows it to coordinate and execute the appropriate cleaning movements with the exact right amount of pressure for each individual toilet.
Priced at only $499.99, the Giddel toilet cleaning robot package includes Giddel, a charging station, three replacement brushes, three mounting brackets, a refill bottle, and for a limited time only, a free elongated or round toilet seat.
Visit Altan Robotech’s website for more info about Giddel, product information, tutorials and videos, and more!