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  • xingx35
    4/22/10
    thats a big machine........
  • tobifangirl
    4/9/10
    if i get toilet paper from this i will really laugh if i saw letters from an office document XD
  • yinfire
    3/26/10
    ROTFL. SWEET XD XD XD
  • MissFalling
    3/26/10
    This is really something worth the top prize. Commendable.
  • cherryblossom2236
    3/25/10
    I don't see how that could be very comfortable. I think its very green. But I would have to feel it first.
  • Mairezu-chan
    3/25/10
    That's Japanese technology for you! This is so great though, using all that paper to good use. Even if the quality isn't the greatest, you're saving money and paper... I wonder if those little black things were the ink from the paper. :O
  • vampiremiaka
    3/25/10
    japan is going green
  • videling
    3/25/10
    nice but how soft is it? and does it two layer or one?
  • Crazy_AnimeGirl
    3/25/10
    crappy homework..for real!!!!
  • theomgthing12
    3/25/10
    wow i want one! I will make my homework to toiletpaper! XD
  • Murrejb
    3/25/10
    Pretty cool! I like
  • lily_flower_1992
    3/25/10
    nab2000 took the words I was gunna use rightoutta my fingers =] hahaa~
  • XReitaXx
    3/24/10
    that would be useful for some recycling ppl!!! lol xD
  • bubbag02
    3/24/10
    This is by far the best idea to prevent identity theft. By the time the bad guys get to it, the paper will be wet and crappy on top of being a jumbled mess. I'd like to see any criminal try to get something useful out of that.
  • nab2000
    3/24/10
    That is crazy technology. But in reality, it could be a great way to recycle and reduce everyday waste.
  • yummycrunchycreamyroll
    3/23/10
    very innovative... but i wonder what the quality of the toilet paper is like... hopefully doesn't rip when u use it... also, is it sanitary? do they clean/sterilize the paper before u can use it?
  • dunning
    3/23/10
    nifty that's why it's called paper for the @$$
  • Bunnygirl808
    3/23/10
    woooww super cool
  • Giga07
    3/17/10
    A perfect birthday present for my boss.
  • waterx-melon
    3/4/10
    lol. shredding your homework and wiping your ass with it ;o!
  • Kitdg
    3/1/10
    i can shred homework here ryt? lol
  • sbomb
    3/1/10
    lol :D
  • sbomb
    3/1/10
    sorry guys but i really dont want an inky ass after taking a crap
  • ti-chan
    3/1/10
    Man! This is really amazing, new resolution for Green Earth! Mass product!!!
  • T-Rish
    3/1/10
    hey thats pretty good XD
  • makisasaki
    3/1/10
    Amazing! Everyone should get that!
  • jerry82
    3/1/10
    its a must have. ^_^
  • SoraKogeki
    3/1/10
    Awesome, not only can we shred documents to protect identity theft, we can wipe our leftovers too. Two thumbs way up!
  • UnknownPlatinum
    2/28/10
    That's pretty interesting...
  • Tenkohime
    2/28/10
    I worked shredding paper. It was in accounting, so all payments, including those for toilet paper, had to cleared there. I'd love to have these. It would've cut down on so many conversations.
  • Fenriz153
    2/28/10
    they say they save 60 trees a year, but its also using a crapload of power and water to make it. power still isnt 100% wind/water. and to transport that water, and use it from tap takes cleaning and more chemicals. nice, but yea
  • KaiserSosei
    2/28/10
    I can just imagine a pissed off boss somewhere saying "This is what I think of your crappy presentation Hideyoshi" & he sticks it in there & out comes toilet paper & he goes 2 do U know what with it. (LOL)
  • xgk3000
    2/28/10
    too bad the shredder is kinda weak can't shred big batches of paper
  • kawaiicelia
    2/28/10
    dood that's amazing! even if its only for companies that can recycle their paper into toilet paper for the restrooms XD
  • Pilot808
    2/28/10
    That's disturbing yet awesome at the same time.
  • animeface
    2/28/10
    cool they should put those type of machines in schools,offices,working facilities, and such wow they could use left over school paper for school quality toilet paper revolutionary
  • Fenriz153
    2/28/10
    paper cut
  • x_aquablue_x
    2/28/10
    Thats so cool! Me want Dx
  • treegurl84
    2/28/10
    that is strangely cool O.O
  • Rorani
    2/28/10
    that is awesome! It'll save paper and a lot of money in the end ^^
  • NewLight
    2/28/10
    this is epic! brilliant idea
  • vnkid
    2/28/10
    Hmm...is that single ply? I would've given it a thumbs up if it was at least double, but I don't think so--
  • Karkarov
    2/28/10
    It is a good idea, pretty cool even very out of the box. Obviously it is only designed for major businesses and not for small business or home use but one day the tech can slim down and then maybe we will see.
  • RENJI-My-Dear
    2/28/10
    opsi sorry for double coment Q_Q
  • RENJI-My-Dear
    2/28/10
    I have never seen something like that, i think they should everywhere on world but i dont want to know how many € that might be xDD
  • RENJI-My-Dear
    2/28/10
    I have never seen something like that, i think they should I think they should put in everywhere on world but i dont want to know how many € that might be xDD
  • BaraTwoswords
    2/28/10
    Estimated cost of 9,000,000 yen (101,268.00 US dollar) This is only for the company large enough to have an in-house print/copy shop that is already tasked to handle shredding of very sensitive company documents.
  • Gaby1
    2/28/10
    awesome Eco friendly idea
  • BaraTwoswords
    2/28/10
    @ CABarrett The question is how long does it take to produce enough to supply a large office? http://japantechniche.com/2009/06/23/white-goat-a- 30 minutes a roll 2 to 4 gallons of water used a week.
  • BaraTwoswords
    2/28/10
    This is obviously intended for large office use only with large amounts of business shredding which costs electricity and employee time anyway to do and and you still get charged to dispose of the shredding. Its a wash or call it a... flush
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