What's the big idea?
I have built a working prototype of a automatic toilet seat closer. Just lift up the lid or seat and lid as you would normally do and when your done you just flush the toilet and the lid or seat and lid will go down all by it self every time. Ladies it will come already put together in one box and is easy to install with no tools needed. No more asking over and over to put the seat down to the men and boys in your house hold. Saving your marriage, relationships and giving you piece of mind one flush and a time. “The Flushdown Auto Toiletseat”
Describe the nearest player in your field.
There is the toilet seat and lid that you have to reach out and pull it forward to get it started and then it will go down. Good luck on getting the males in your house hold to do that. People might not always wash there hands after going to the bathroom (GROSS) but will flush after. “The Flushdown
How are you different from that player?
Though you will have to lift the lid or seat and lid up like the other one. There is no more touching them again. Just flush and go. (BUT DON’T FORGET TO WASH YOUR HANDS FIRST, LOL.) I also want to keep the cost down so every house hold can afford one in every bathroom
How does this idea scale into a big business?
There are millions of ladies that get frustrated each and every day and this product can help fix that. You also have animals drinking out of the toilet and small kids playing in them. Then theres the germs when the lids up. And they don’t need us men to install it for them. (NO TOOLS NEEDED)!!
Why are you the one to run with this idea?
Not a designer or engineer, but I designed & built a prototype. I’m not a patent attorney but I researched and wrote the provisional patent. Patent attorney checked it. I filed and received my provisional patent. I believe in this product. Will work hard to see it become a successful business.
What is a $5,000 experiment you can do to move your idea forward?
Come to the Women’s Expo and see the debut of the Flush-Down toilet seat. (Market Research) So stop by my booth and vote. It’s at DeVos Place, Friday and Saturday 10am to 8pm and Sunday 11am to 5pm. I’m at booth 431 next to Avon and across from WZZM when you enter.