Water Pebble hopes to shorten your shower time


The earth might be covered in 70% of water, but that doesn’t mean we still have many clean water sources left for the future. In fact, the rapid pace of unchecked industrialization has spoilt many pockets of nature over the years, so you might want to do your best to help preserve water for the future. One of the ways to do so would be to spend less time in the shower – after all, wasting water is no fun and it will add more burden to your monthly utility bills. Enter the Water Pebble, a device that will automatically monitor the amount of water flow down the plughole as you shower. Once it is time to turn off the tap, the Water Pebble will let you know visually through its traffic-light style indicators. Green would mean start, amber is halfway, while red indicates the moment to stop. The Water Pebble is smart enough to remember its first time, using that as a benchmark and will fractionally reduce your shower time by around 7 times each time you use it so that you will inadvertently save water without knowing it. We wonder how much time is the minimum it allows for you to shower, but good thing it can be reset. The Water Pebble can be yours for £7.99.

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Tom Says: August 2, 2010 at 7:00 am

A nice idea, however I don’t know about anyone else but i don’t spend my time staring at the plughole so I wouldn’t see when it tuned red.

Also, it reduces your shower time by 7 secs (aprox) each time? how low will that go or will it continue to reduce your shower time until it’s so short you barely have enough time to grab the soap before the helpful pebble goes red?

Edwin Says: August 3, 2010 at 7:54 pm

That’s why it was mentioned that you can reset the counter when you think you need more time to shower. A bit tedious, yes 🙂

Vida Chicon Says: November 20, 2010 at 7:23 am

I am interested in buying the Water Pebble device. Before doing that, i would like to know the warraty information for this product. Do you have it? Thanks.

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