The invention is a spring-loaded toilet paper dispenser that rides along a movable track for easy access.
Inventor James R. Thompson of Port Orchard, WA has created a spring-loaded toilet paper dispenser that rides along a movable track for easy access.
Rolls of toilet paper and their associated dispenser can be found just about anywhere there is a toilet. However, many bathrooms, especially those that are small in size, often have inadequate space to mount the toilet paper dispenser in the perfect position. The dispenser is often mounted behind the user where access is difficult. In fact, users who may be elderly, young, or disabled may find it impossible to reach the toilet paper dispenser. Inventor Thompson has created a means by which a toilet paper dispenser can be mounted in an easy to access position no matter the size or physical layout of the bathroom space.
This clever new invention makes toilet paper easy to reach. A spring facilitates movement. The invention provides a mounting solution in small bathrooms. A track system allows toilet paper to slide forward. It is made of wood, plywood or suitable material and is great for kids or the disabled. The use of the Telescoping Toilet Tissue Dispenser provides for a unique and functional alternative to conventional toilet paper dispensers that allows for the release of toilet paper in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.