Seesaw For Public Toilets

If it’s an eco conscious faucet with fun elements and a universal appeal that you’re looking for, I’ve got one for you right here. It’s called the Seesaw and it works on the same lines as the playground namesake. The up down action dispenses water from the left and soap from the right side. The eco factor kicks in with the notion that you’ll use only limited water, after dispensing the soap, and not while you pump some from a bottle. And as Chanhee points out, it should do well in public toilets.

Designer: Chanhee Han

37 Comments

  • kyusang says:

    i think it's a great idea!

  • kyusang says:

    i think it's a great idea!

  • GUNDAM says:

    SO beautiful~!

  • GUNDAM says:

    SO beautiful~!

  • This is genius :O

  • This is genius :O

  • PaulE says:

    At first I thought this was a brilliant design. However there is one slight problem — there will be residual soap on one of the faucet bars and you won't be able to walk away with completely soap free hands.

    Also, in most airport restrooms, the faucets are already IR activated, so there is minimal water wastage anyway (without the above soap problem). This is going to be a hard sell.

  • PaulE says:

    At first I thought this was a brilliant design. However there is one slight problem — there will be residual soap on one of the faucet bars and you won't be able to walk away with completely soap free hands.

    Also, in most airport restrooms, the faucets are already IR activated, so there is minimal water wastage anyway (without the above soap problem). This is going to be a hard sell.

  • mif991 says:

    I agree with PaulE about the existance of motion activated faucets….. Nevertheless, it looks nice.

  • mif991 says:

    I agree with PaulE about the existance of motion activated faucets….. Nevertheless, it looks nice.

  • mech says:

    (sorry for my english, it's a bit rusty)
    as a user i feel i would make a mess with this design because the water flow is not in the centre and i would splash water everywhere on the left. and if i installed it so that the water would match the drain it would look weird and not centrated, which would make me go crazy haha!

  • mech says:

    (sorry for my english, it's a bit rusty)
    as a user i feel i would make a mess with this design because the water flow is not in the centre and i would splash water everywhere on the left. and if i installed it so that the water would match the drain it would look weird and not centrated, which would make me go crazy haha!

  • kynphlee says:

    couldn't this be a DIY project, too

  • kynphlee says:

    couldn't this be a DIY project, too

  • Jay says:

    point = water control

  • Jay says:

    point = water control

  • kko says:

    oh~~~~~chanee~~~~~ congraturation award~~~~~

  • kko says:

    oh~~~~~chanee~~~~~ congraturation award~~~~~

  • zero says:

    great!

  • zero says:

    great!

  • marine says:

    good job!!!

  • marine says:

    good job!!!

  • abeer says:

    beautiful faucet! does anyone know where I can buy it?

  • abeer says:

    beautiful faucet! does anyone know where I can buy it?

  • This is actually a great idea.

  • Spaceman spiff says:

    Temperature control?

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