An investigation by The Times Of India, conducted through interviews with five employees of Bissell and two independent research experts, reveals that the company is selling a product that is neither of quality nor at the very top of its price range.
The investigation was carried out by a team of three researchers with the Institute of Science and Technology (IT) at IIT-Bombay.
The researchers interviewed the company’s head of product, Sanjay Bhattacharya, and two others who were in charge of sales at Bissell.
The interviews reveal that Bissell sells a product called “Papiarama” that is a kind of plastic toilet seat.
The researchers say the product was never designed to be used in a house, as the design uses a thin layer of plastic to absorb moisture and is not designed to catch the air or create a vacuum.
It has a built-in battery, which can be charged with a standard household charger.
Bissell did not respond to repeated requests for comment on the findings.
The investigation by the IT team revealed that the “PAPARAMA” product is a waste product.
“The design of this product is not meant to be a product for household use, it is meant for use in toilets,” Bhatta said.
“This product is made to last for several years and to be disposed of properly.
There is no reason to expect that it will be reused or reused well.
We can only recommend this product for use as a waste-free toilet seat.”
The researchers also found that Bissel sells an “HARDWARE”, which is not a toilet seat, but is meant to replace a toilet with a small vacuum.
“I believe this product would be very useful for people who are using a small flat-screen TV,” the study says.
“However, the device does not look like a standard toilet seat,” the report adds.
The “HADRY” product does not even meet the requirements of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for a toilet.
“The company’s marketing of this device is based on the fact that the device can be used for cleaning or as a sink, but in reality the device is not suitable for either use,” said a Bissell representative.
“It does not fit the mould, is not watertight, does not absorb water well, does little to clean the inside of the toilet, and is difficult to remove, particularly from the toilet bowl.
The device is also very fragile,” the statement added.
“Bissel is selling this device to anyone who would want to use it for cleaning, but the only people who can use it as a toilet are those who are not using a toilet.”
The IT report also found other waste products, such as the “BISLASS” and “BISMILLA”, are made to be vacuum cleaners, not toilet seats.
The product does have an adhesive on the bottom of the product that makes it easier to get into the toilet.
The adhesive is used to make the product vacuum seal when the device goes in the toilet to collect the water that was used to clean it.
The report also noted that the product does include a built in battery that is supposed to last around 10 years, but has not been tested in a toilet or for longer than one minute.
The IT team interviewed the employees of both Bissells.
The findings were not published before publication, but are in the paper.