E’LOO Electronic Toilets for Maritime Industries

press release
Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Offshore rig workers to big shipping and yacht to cruise enthusiasts are always looking for new gadgets to enlighten their daily lives.

 

How about this for innovation. Our Electronic Toilet washes and dries you within minutes without needing toilet paper ever again. Yes, you heard right, E’LOO electronic toilets popularity among the elite yacht population is growing by leaps and bounds and is crossing over to the offshore industry.
 

Just recently, E’LOO Global Enterprises, Inc. has introduced this state-of-the-art Electronic Bidet fit for kings. Since today’s yachts have private bathrooms in every bedroom, it is conceivable that offering the latest in comfort is part of the image distinctive to yacht owners. Employees out at sea can also truly benefit! E’LOO Electronic Toilets replace present stand alone bidets and fit onto a regular toilet base, long or round configuration.  By simply replacing the present toilet seat with E’LOO’s electronic seat that can be easily installed in 15 minutes, you have converted your ordinary bathroom into the latest luxurious setting. Our distinctive features include: warm seats for comfort, 3-level water pressure, man/lady warm-water cleansing, air dryer, active carbon deodorizer, UV light, germ resistant poly-carbonate seats, night light…to name a few. 
 

E’LOO is a visionary company with tomorrow’s vision meeting today’s needs. For the first time ever, E’LOO is introducing the Electronic Bidet to the Offshore, Shipping and Yacht and Cruise industries. E’LOO bidets compliment the lifestyle of the select group that appreciates comfort and offers the most prestigious and advanced features in electronics.  Not only does E’LOO eliminate conventional standalone bidets but also leads the way in maintaining health. E’LOO is perfect for yacht enthusiasts and offshore workers while combining eco-friendly results. Yes, with E’LOO the consumption of toilet paper is eliminated or substantially reduced…making E’LOO eco-friendly and a direct participant in helping to conserve our environment.
 

 

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