Bedol Water-Powered Clock Likes A Drink…With A Twist

Bedol Water-Powered Clock Likes A Drink...With A Twist

The Bedol Water-Powered Clock is an attractive bedside chronometer that runs entirely on water (and a splash of lemon), doing away with AC power, batteries or hand-winding in favor of an easily refillable, electron gathering chamber that acts like a fuel cell.

Like the Lemon-Powered Clock and the Soil Lamp we’ve seen previously, the Bedol Water Clock does require some attention from time to time (if you’ll pardon the pun). Occasional refills of water (every 6 to 8 weeks) plus a splash of lemon and a dash of salt will ensure time keeps ticking over at maximum efficiency.

Including a memory chip to keep track of the time whilst between water changes and measuring around 4″ (10.1cm) x 4″ (10.1cm) x 3.5″ (8.9cm), the Bedol Eco-Friendly Water-Powered Clock is sure to help cut down on the number of batteries we send to landfill and comes with an economical price too. Between $12.52 and $19.99 at in blue, green, orange and gray.

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Via: Gizmag


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