Richard flushed with success thanks to Toiletsaber
Inventor rakes in £340k from sales of stick
A TALENTED Beaconsfield inventer has created a stick that claims to unblock toilets in just 10 seconds – netting him an £340,000 in sales in the past two months.
The Toiletsaber is being used in hospitals, care homes and doctors surgeries as it offers a hygienic alternative to toilet plungers.
Richard Murphy, 33, claims it is the world’s most hygienic toilet un-blocker and takes just 10 seconds to do the job.
The new device has surpassed Mr Murphy’s first goal of £100,000 and more than 600 Toiletsabers are now being sold every day.
“Even within 10 seconds, the user has time to thoroughly clean the device,” Mr Murphy said.
“If you unblock a toilet with a toilet plunger, eve- ry nook and cranny inside and out will trap faeces. This makes plungers difficult, awkward and timeconsuming to thoroughly clean.”
Shaped like a sabre, the Toiletsaber is made in one piece from a snap-proof polymer which makes it virtually indestructible in normal use, the inventor claims.
The simple device is first used as a rake to clear excess waste away from the hole in the toilet bowl and expose the obstruction.
The user then turns the device around and inserts it into the U-bend to push through the obstruction and clear the blockage.
The Toiletsaber is being sold at www.toiletsaber.co.uk for £19.99.
The Toiletsaber in action, a ‘more hygienic alternative to a plunger’