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Hello there. I’m James Dyson. Inventor of the Dyson Vacuum….the first vacuum that doesn’t use suction. And now I’ve applied the same technology to another household necessity: the common toilet. You see, I was visiting a friend one weekend, and after taking a particularly difficult Sunday-morning squat on what I thought was a pretty good British commode, I was besmirched by it's lousy suction. I realized there must be something terribly wrong with this design. I took the toilet apart and discovered the problem: A small amount of my fecal discard was hopelessly clogged. So I decided to design something better. And a few thousand prototypes later I had it….the Dyson Toilet. [The toilet is exactly like the vacuum but with a toilet bowl attached to it]The first toilet that doesn’t use suction! It handles this massive load of pumpkin ravioli.[James deposits the ravioli in the toilet bowl. A hard flush takes the ravioli into the transparent dust bag. It's a mess of water, meat, pasta, and tomato sauce all smeared in the see-through bag.]And those ravioli were quite dense. It’s brilliant, isn’t it?The Dyson Toilet….the first toilet that doesn’t require a plunger.SNL