Drip-Tock, Drip-Tock

Friday 12th October 2012

Look around your house and we bet somewhere, unless you are uber efficient - or some would say anally retentive, you will have a perfectly good clock stuck in time because you haven’t got a battery to set it running again.

Maybe it's sat there on the wall accusing you every once in a while when you happen to glance up at it to check the time, before shamefully remembering that you need to get that battery when you go to the store - or for a smaller model, thrown into the back of a draw where it's likely to remain until you move home or someone is sorting through your estate!

Maybe we all need to get a H2O Multifunction Clock it doesn’t rely on a regular battery as it has a H2O powered battery - yes that’s right powered by water!

Using water along with the makers innovative use of fairly conventional digital technology; the H2O Multifunction Clock offers no excuse for replacing the battery and an energy saving device.

All you need to do is refill the clock with water, as it evaporates, around every 2 to 3 months. The H2O battery has a minimum continuous life of at least 2 years and unlike all other conventional batteries it can be stored in its dry state indefinitely - it can be left to dry out which will extend the battery’s life indefinitely.

The H2O Multifunction Clock also has a range of functions that are started by rotating the clock through 90-degree turns.

The technology utilises two electrodes consisting of specially formulated alloys, one positive and the other negative, when immersed in water an electrochemical reaction takes place which results in the production of electrical energy - all from the tap.

So no excuses for dead time - just go to the sink.

Categories: General, Renewable, Reviews, Technology

Friday 12th October 2012

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