I love the simplicity of the concept. The problem is I don't have a drain with those dimensions. My apartment's kitchen drain (non-disposal side) is 85mm and my bathroom sink drain is 30. You're losing customers. I would thin two sizes would attract more customers...one about 50-60mm and one about 25-30mm. The issue then becomes the seal. I would suggest a semi-flexible rubber ring that would extend the diameter of the stopper to fit multiple size drains by letting the water pressure push down on the rubber ring to seal the drain. I would have to be stiff enough to allow drainage with the stopper in the up position. It appears you have thin white plastic/rubber ring on the current model. A broader rubber seal would function just as well. Sure, we all like custom fitted "stuff", but without a standardized drain on the market, one has to adjust. Right now, I wouldn't buy one because it would just sit on the shelf until I bought a new sink to fit the stopper...NOT!
These pop up stoppers work great. But what about a 1", smaller drain? Do you make a
stopper that small?
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