- Music, flashing lights and fun voice messages remind him to put the toilet seat down when he’s done.
- Crowd cheers when the seat goes down.
- Light flashes every 15″ to let you know when the seat is up in the dark of night.
- Peel and stick backing attaches easily to the underside of any toilet seat.
- Water resistant case guarantees hygiene.
TipAlert® is designed for use on household toilet seats. It is built with long life batteries and can be expected to run up to 400 playback cycles (3 months guaranteed in average use).
It is easy to clean with a damp (not wet) cloth and will handle humidity in the steamiest bathroom. If you follow these few easy instructions, TipAlert® will live a long life.
TipAlert’s built-in safety feature is designed to save women from falling in the bowl at night. It flashes every 15 seconds when the seat is left up in the dark. Before flashing begins it will sound off as normal. To keep things quiet and dry at night may we suggest fellows sit?
Attach the TipAlert® at the top centre of the toilet seat, as shown in Step 3. Note: It must be placed exact horizontally or it may not work properly.
Pull out the power tab. TipAlert® is now awake.
Make sure the surface is clean and dry.
Peel off the sticky strip and attach to the underside of the toilet seat. Make sure the TipAlert® is attached at the centre, as shown.
Place the toilet seat to the normal “Down” position
Q. How do I remove the TipAlert®?
A. The TipAlert® uses very strong sticky tape that is designed to stay stuck to the toilet seat once it is attached. To remove the TipAlert®, use a flat slender(not sharp!) tool and pry under the tape from TipAlert®’s narrow end. Gradual steady pressure will lift it from the seat.
Q & A:
Q: Will TipAlert® solve the toilet seat debate, once and for all?
A: That’s what we’d like to know. E-mail us at info@TipAlert.com and let us know how it works out.
Q: Why does the TipAlert® raise the toilet seat slightly above its normal flat down position? Will this be a problem?
A: Some toilet seats are built with very thin “feet” separating the seat from the bowl.On these seats, the TipAlert® will cause the seat to sit slightly above its normal flat down position. If this is the case, the TipAlert® will act as a new, “third foot” and an occupant’s weight will bear on it. Not to worry. When the TipAlert® is properly attached it will support anyone’s weight up to 300lbs (135 kilograms).
Q: What if the toilet seat slams down?
A: Oops. TipAlert® may crack or break if the seat falls suddenly. There are some things we just couldn’t plan for. Unfortunately this is one of them. If the seat slams down and TipAlert® breaks, you might have to replace it.
We promise that TipAlert® will be free of material and functional defects for 90 days from date of purchase.
“If you are, he will be . . . TipAlert.“