4 Bathroom Gadgets That you Can’t Live Without

Technology is improving all the time, and innovations for the bathroom are not neglected. You won’t believe a few of the innovations available to make our lives easier, such as a temperature-sensitive light for the tap and a glow-in-the-dark toilet locator strip.

But do we require these bathroom gadgets in our restrooms? Here is some tech that we think will alter the way we utilise our bathrooms for the better.

Digital mirrors

Many of us can recall an individual that’s dropped their phone down the toilet or in the bath. With the increase of social networks and instant messaging, this is becoming a bigger issue. In just a few years, this issue could be removed with the uptake of the digital bathroom mirror. With a constant feed of news from friends and celebrities as we shower or brush our teeth, we need never ever be away from the internet.

Tooth paste dispenser

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Absolutely nothing is more discouraging than not being able to get the last little toothpaste out of the tube. But that might be set to be a distant memory with an automatic tooth paste dispenser. The gadget will do it all for you – just load the tube and go. It’ll even save you money as you’ll use up all the toothpaste instead of wasting some of it.

Hands-free hair dryer

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This innovation is a godsend to anybody with long hair. We can bid farewell to aching arms as we attempt to dry our hair with a hands-free hair dryer stand. Just turn the hair dryer on and have both hands free to obtain your ideal hairdo.

Electric tealights

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For the romantics, it’s now even easier to treat your partner to a relaxing soak. Instead of dotting tealights around the bathroom and re-lighting them each time they get wet, you can now get these bathroom gadgets: battery-powered suction cup tealights that develop a calming environment in your bathroom.

So if you’re thinking about upgrading your bathroom and want to keep it current with the most current trends in innovation, speak with a bathroom designer who will be able to tell you about all the options offered to you. Just fill in the form below and we’ll put you in touch with up to 4 bathroom installers who will give you a quote.

Emily Rivers

Emily Rivers is the Customer Experience Manager at Quotatis. She informs customers of the latest developments in a range of products so they can make the best choice for their homes and ensures they get the best out of our service.