Caroma® Smart Toilets Featured on The Today Show
New York, New York – Caroma, the worldwide leader in high efficiency dual flush toilets for commercial and residential use, had their Profile Smart toilet with integrated sink and Sydney SmartTM toilet featured on The Today Show’s Green Gadget Time segment. In anticipation of this year’s Earth Day, renowned gadget expert Steve Greenberg demonstrated the features and benefits of Caroma’s water conserving yet powerful toilets to Kathy Lee Gifford, Hoda Kotb and the millions of viewers who tune into the popular daily morning program.
In the segment, Greenberg described how the Caroma Profile Smart toilet effectively recycles water by allowing users to wash their hands in the integrated sink with fresh water that drains into the toilet tank to power the following flush. Greenberg wowed the
audience by easily flushing a potato and two limes down the Sydney Smart toilet. This successful demonstration proved how the large trap together with the flush-down technology of the Sydney Smart toilet virtually eliminates blockages even when using the low-flow feature of only 0.8 gallons of water!
As dual flush toilets, both the Profile Smart and Sydney Smart average a flush volume of 0.9 gallons per flush, the lowest water consumption of any toilets in the market today, and feature a stylish modern design which adds to the décor of any bathroom. All Caroma dual flush toilets include two buttons for flushing; the half flush which uses 0.8 gallons per flush for liquid, and the full flush which uses 1.28-1.6 gallons per flush (depending on the model) for solids.
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