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Water Powered Singing

Posted on the 06 February 2013 by Thewritefuture

I'm not known for my singing skills. I've tried all genres and locations; nursery songs in Holland, Karaoke in Tokyo, disco in a car -with open windows- in Malaysia but still have to find the first audience that appreciates my performance.

But with this sustainable water powered shower radio I will be able to practice more which should pay off soon! If not in improved singing skills, it will be in saved electricity. I hope that the little button on the left is a microphone! I don't want anyone to miss out on this!

  Water radio
And to make sure I won't spend too long in the shower I'll install the waterpebble, a device that monitors water going down the plug hole. It memorises your first shower and uses it as a benchmark for the next showers. The device indicates, via flashing lights (like a disco!) when you should finish showering and fractionally reduces each time you shower. A wonderful environmental gadget that will be warmly welcomed by my whole family! And neighbours.

Water gadget


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