I'd love to use this!
Seems too complicated.
Simple is best. what would you do when it kept breaking down?
"For too long, we have been a passively tolerant society, saying to our citizens 'as long as you obey the law, we will leave you alone'" - David Cameron, UK Prime Minister. 13 May 2015.
Is this using a TECHNOLOGY to do wudu???!
how long does it take with that thing? looks rather slow.
wudu can be done in a minute.
Tbh it looks like the automatic taps that we have in uni, n then just 2 dryers - all in 1 place. the goood thing is u dont waste water coz the tap isnt left running throughout performing wudu.
i do like the lil side areas where i would be able to place my glasses and scarf pinz etc..
usually i place em on d sink (they get wet) or hook em in ma clothes (annoying, when they fall)
i would love to see this im Makkah and Madina wudu areas that wod be very convenient.
No soaking floor (which can be dangerous) and you wouldnt place wet feet in your shoes (coz u cd dry em) and u wdnt leave from the wudu area wet - LOL
i do wonder how much it is though...
Well, the benefits also lists "Prevents overcrowding in wash rooms" - I soumehow doubt if they can control that.
true say, imagine if there was 1 wudu washer in the room em i think there would defo be overcrowding lol
Im not happy that a machine is involved
would you consider a tap a machine?
I think infra read detectors in taps etc is a good idea - stiuck your hand underneath and there be water.
I am not convinced by this machine though.
You wrote: would you consider a tap a machine?
okay Im not that bad.
its the idea that wudu is a genuine old fashioned method - just leave it as it is. I second what Noor says about wudu not taking so long anyway.
I havent looked at the video by the way.
nothing special really...it saves water but u can just replace normal taps with the small low pressure shower type ones so same thing....may catch on in some places but i doubt it will be a huge success.
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