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FLEX DRAIN STOP & HAIR CATCHER GREY

Designer:  Alan Wisniewski, Anthony Keeler

$6.00

A dual-function drain stop and hair catcher. Press the center button to allow water flow and use as hair catcher. Push the upturned edges to snap valve shut and use as a drain stop. Easy to care for. Simply wipe or rinse with mild soap.

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A dual-function drain stop and hair catcher. Press the center button to allow water flow and use as hair catcher. Push the upturned edges to snap valve shut and use as a drain stop. Easy to care for. Simply wipe or rinse with mild soap.

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  • A dual functioning hair catcher and drain stop in one
  • Press the center button to allow water flow and use as a hair catcher
  • Push on the upturned edges to snap the valve shut and use as a drain stop
  • Easy to care for. Simply wipe or rinse with mild soap
  • Measures 3 1/2 dia. x 1 1/4" (8.9 dia. x 3.2 cm)


ITEM NUMBER: 023464-918
PATENT: EU 003745918-0001
Alan Wisniewski

Alan has always had an interest in art and design. Growing up, he wanted to become an architect, before one of his high school teachers turned him onto industrial...

Alan has always had an interest in art and design. Growing up, he wanted to become an architect, before one of his high school teachers turned him onto industrial design. He went on to graduate from the Industrial Design program at Humber College, where he stumbled across Umbra after discovering the Bungee wallet. Alan is inspired by his everyday surroundings and favours designs that blend clean lines and function. He takes pride in each product he designs, and feels the city of Toronto is the perfect forum for fresh and exciting ideas.

Anthony Keeler

After studying Mechanical Design Technology, Anthony went on to earn an Industrial Design degree at Carleton University. His design style is all about minimalism and...

After studying Mechanical Design Technology, Anthony went on to earn an Industrial Design degree at Carleton University. His design style is all about minimalism and simplicity. For Anthony, it’s important to bring an open technical approach to the design process, and trim the fat along a product’s development. He likes to derive forms from material or function, and from the moment he touches pen to paper, he imagines how the object can be made. That approach has earned him Best Prototype at the IDS (Canada’s Largest Interior Design Show) two years in a row. Outside of work, Anthony is a soccer fanatic, captivated not just by the aesthetic of the sport itself, but also by its dynamic fan culture. If you want to get him talking, just ask about his jersey and scarf collection.

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