Meet the World’s first self-sealing and self-changing trash can
In a perfect world, the trash would take itself out and we’d never get our hands dirty. And while that doesn’t exist (yet), we now have the next best thing: the world’s first self-sealing and changing trash can.
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This excelled in our Cleaning Lab’s review, making dealing with trash effortless. We think it’s the perfect size for bathrooms, offices, and small kitchens.
TOWNEW bin seals and changes garbage bags at the push of a button
Hygiene is also improved by the presence of movement-detecting infrared sensors, which open the lid in response to approaching rubbish.
Futuristic hands-free trash can automatically seals full garbage bags and replaces them
Garbage receptacles aren’t often singled out for awards, but this week a futuristic new trash can earned a CES 2020 Innovation Award for its unique automated design.
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The automatic trash can is here
Until there’s a Roomba that takes out the trash, this self-sealing bin from TOWNEW is as close as we’ll get to an automated garbage experience.
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This Self-Sealing Bin Takes the
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Perhaps the number one thing you don’t want to experience at both the office and home is a stinky trash can. And yet, rotting food and smelly garbage have a way of being constant.
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If you hate handling the trash can, there’s an invention that can help. A self-changing smart trash can seals bags once they’re full and replaces them with new bags, so all you have to do is take out the trash.
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Cleaning Is there a more disheartening task than tackling the trash? Wrestling with refuse-filled receptacles is one of the least appealing and yet most necessary and frequent chores. Fortunately, TOWNEW is here to ameliorate this messy job.
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No, it won’t roll your garbage out to the street, yet. But it at least seals up the bag once it’s full. And it replaces the bag automatically when you take out the trash, so you no longer have to struggle to separate the opening of a fresh trash bag.
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While a robot that takes out the trash for you may still be a few years away, a new invention by TOWNEW may be the next best thing. The new trash can will seal a bag of garbage with the push of a button and even line the can with a new bag.
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Let the Automated TOWNEW Trash Can Do the Dirty Work
TOWNEW is the name of the world’s first self-sealing and bag-changing trash can. When the trash bag inside is full, one press of the button & the 4-gallon can automatically seals up the bag and pulls a new one into place—so all you have to do is pick it up & carry it out.
TOWNEW, a new automatic and intelligent trash can Trash chores become lighter.
In the same vein as domestic connected objects such as Roomba the vacuum cleaner, here is TOWNEW, the new intelligent trash can . With automatic cleaning, it will close your trash bags and immediately install a new one, ready to use.
Make Taking Out the Trash Your Easiest Chore With This Self-Sealing Trash Can
It’s the same plastic that LEGO uses for many of its bricks—and if you’ve ever stepped on one of those, you know just how durable it is.
This Trash Can Seals and Changes the Trash Bag for You
Taking out the trash is probably the worst chore. You have to hold your breath while reaching into the bin, hoping nothing gross and sticky gets on you, tie it off, and then wrestle a new liner into the trash can. Ready to cross that off the list forever?
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Thanks to the overload feature, it can even seal the bag properly when the trash is overflowing. This is a great gift idea no one will see coming.
TOWNEW trash cans change your garbage bags so you don’t have to
No one looks forward to changing the garbage bag. And with the TOWNEW, you don’t have to. Robots are taking over the world, and they first job is to automate that stinky chore you despise.
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Getting a whiff of last night’s fish dinner in the garbage can is gross. TOWNEW, a self-sealing, self-changing garbage can may solve this problem.
This Genius Trash Bin Changes Its Own Bag and We’re Amazed
I’m pretty easy-going in the cleaning department compared to most, but if there’s one pet peeve I have, it’s going to throw something away in the trash — only to find an empty bin where a trash bag should be.This genius device will not only seal your trash bag for you once it’s full, it will replace the bag.