Have you ever watched “Shark Tank,” and said to yourself, “That invention is awesome! I need it, now?” Well, illumibowl is a nightlight for your toilet bowl. It will give your toilet bowl a multi-colored glow that will keep night-time bathroom goers from making an unnecessarily mess.
My kids are very happy that we have illumibowl in their bathroom. They like that it changes colors the most, I like that they are able to easily find the toilet without turning on all the lights. You can read my full review here about why I believe your children will thank you for adding an illumibowl in your home bathroom. This product received a cleverly changing stamp of approval and 5 stars.
More about Illumibowl
- Fits any toilet
- 2 Color modes: color-rotate or single-color (8 color options)
- Sanitary design: easy to clean
- Every IllumiBowl comes with a 100% Satisfaction Gaurantee. If you ever experience any troubles with your IllumiBowl, contact the manufacturer for help or a free replacment. For life.
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About the inventors:
“Mike Kannely and Matt Alexander are the founders of Illumibowl. They created a nightlight for your toilet. Their unique invention landed them on Shark Tank where they settled on a deal with investor Kevin O’Leary. Mike and Matt say the product is useful for everyone, but most especially individuals that find themselves waking up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom” (Source).
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