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Father invents Drieyes, a device to keep children's eyes dry during shower

Shared by Salomé Azevedo on 2014-11-27 14:34

About the solution

Drieyes is placed in position for the whole wetting, washing and rinsing process.

The child controls the sealing process by applying gentle pressure to the bulb/handles whilst remaining in an upright sitting position. This makes the hair washing process fun for the child by eliminating the fear of having to close their eyes as well as giving them a sense of control. It eliminates the necessity for the child to lie down in the water or to tilt their head back to wet and rinse.

The child holds the handles in a horizontal position so the eyeballs are looking forward. Holding it horizontal ensures it is in the right ergonomic position.

Adapted from: http://ab.co/2nqXPJd

More info: www.drieyes.com.au

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About the author

Rod Cassar, from Australia, created Drieys, a device to prevent water and hair washing products getting into a child’s eyes and ears during hair washing. He was inspired by his two sons, who always gave him a hard time when it came to bathing time.

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