Everybody knows that water is in short supply in many parts of the world, but very few designers go out and design concepts that attempt to save water resource. Here’s a design concept by Paul Priestman, a director of a design company Priestmangoode it is called Waterpebble. Waterpebble is a clever design that saves water by monitoring the water going down the plughole when you take a shower. Waterpebble memorizes your first shower and uses it as a benchmark for cautioning you about excess usage in the future. Each time you shower, Waterpebble indicates via a series of traffic lights, flashing gently from green through red as tells you when to finish showering.
Each time you shower, Waterpebble fractionally reduces your shower time automatically, helping you to save water eventually. The battery of this product will last for 4-6 months and cannot be reused, but Waterpebble is fully recyclable.
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