The tiny bathtub shower crammed into your equally tiny apartment probably feels like a claustrophobic nightmare every morning. But the Curvi’s an easy way to make it feel larger, spacious, and almost luxurious—without having to knock down walls or perform any kind of renovation.
We’ve tallied up the nominations, and these are the four most popular trimmers for keeping your beard in check. See what readers had to say below, then vote for your favorite at the end of the post!
For those who want something between a clean-shaven baby face and a full-on Duck Dynasty look, a good electric beard trimmer is essential for maintaining your scruff while still looking presentable. So we want to know, which one should you buy?
What’s to be said for a guy whose first Kickstarter investment is a color-changing toilet nightlight? That he has an aim problem? An interest in a mid-stream dance party? Yes, I helped fund the Illumibowl, and I’m not sorry.
After a heavy downpour of shower head nominations, these five came out on top. Wash up, read up, and cast your vote for the best.
You should spend your money where you spend your time, and hopefully you spend a decent amount of time in the shower, especially with the current humidity/heat situation. What’s the best shower head, and which features are essential for you? Let us know below.
We take it for granted that urinals flush. With each pull of the lever, gallons of clean water come to whisk away a few ounces of pee. If you think about it, it’s actually pretty wasteful, and the current drought is convincing facilities to consider waterless urinals. But these waterless bathroom contraptions have had…
The first thing you should do upon moving into a new house or apartment is rip the showerhead off the wall and replace it with something decent. If you haven't gotten around to that yet, this 8" rainfall showerhead from A-Flow has fantastic reviews, great looks, and a $20 price tag today. That's $10 less than…
How many bedpans is too many? 10? 50? Try 250. That's about how many bedpans and items of bedpan memorabilia Eric Eakin has collected thus far. "I have bedpan greeting cards, bedpan poems, bedpan jewelry, and bedpan salt-and-pepper shakers," he says. Eakin's also got plenty of vintage and antique bedpans, each one…
If you're still drinking unfiltered tap water, or using the shower head that came with your home or apartment like some kind of animal, today's a great chance to improve your home's water works.
Look, we all do it. Ever since smartphones made the rack of toilet water-sprayed magazines obsolete, our alone time in the bathroom has gotten a lot more interesting. How do you fill the one-to-three minute void when you're, um, voiding yourself?
Taking out the trash is never fun. Vacuuming the living room is rarely enjoyable. But few chores are as despised as having to clean the hair from the drain cover in your shower. Thankfully, a clever designer named Chen Wanting agrees, and has come up with a brilliantly simple solution allowing long hair to be just…
The public restroom is not a place worth celebrating, generally speaking. It is a place of absolute necessity, awkward small talk, and worst case scenarios come true. Cintas, a company that specializes in—what else?—bathroom supplies, is dead set on changing that perception. Which is why it sponsors a contest to…
Here's the deal: If you use a public bathroom for any reason, you need to wash your hands before you leave. Don't try and debate it, don't get defensive, just do it, or else you might be publicly shamed by this DIY alarm that lets everyone know your hands are probably a cesspool of disgusting.
Toilet paper is an odd thing. Despite the fact that we often rub it against one of the most sensitive parts of our bodies on a daily basis, very little thought is ever given to where it came from or how it's made. (On that note, it might surprise you to learn that toilet paper wasn't commonly used in the United States…
Self-flushing toilets are nothing new—you can find them in plenty of public restrooms—but they've never quite made it into the home successfully. Now, Kohler has an affordable, high-tech solution which means you'll never have to touch your home toilet again.
Much like bathroom-humor at the dinner table, hemorrhoids can be a taboo subject. The truth is, everyone has them.
Outside of cartoonish decals there hasn't been much innovation in the toilet seat industry for a few decades. So it's nice to see Kohler finally bringing something new to the table (err, toilet). A built-in LED nightlight means you'll never have to squint your way through an overnight bathroom break again.