The Seattle firm's Giddel Toilet Cleaning Robot costs $500 and comes with an elongated seat that enables the device to be attached to it.
It contains a "non-spin brush for splash-free operation", but is not to be activated whilst going or a number one or number two.
Amazon aren't the first company to sell a loo-cleaning robot.
SpinX was the world's first toilet cleaning robot, which was announced in 2017.
The robot was developed over two years to help with this household task.