Leaking water pipes can present a big problem for cities, and finding the leakage can take tremendous effort and time. Luckily, TubeBot’s Pipe Robot can detect the exact location of a leak in any drinking water pipe by using existing water pressure to power itself. Go ahead, quench your thirst like never before; EcoFriend.com.
If punctual and eco-friendly are some of the adjectives your friends use to describe you, Bedol Water Clock is perfect for you. This awesome clock uses the power of ions found in tap water to operate. So, go ahead, put that glass of water by your bedside to good use next time you want to hit the snooze button; BedolWhatsNext.com.
Using only water for power, this lantern by NoPoPo can last up to 10 hours without losing charge, making it the perfect addition to any emergency kit. Easy to use and simple to recharge, this versatile lamp can be used as a flashlight or lantern by simply sliding the cover up to change between either mode; GreenLaunches.com.
A calculator that runs on water? Yes, you read that right. Kikkerland Hydro Power Calculator is equipped with 3 batteries that consist of electrodes made of a special alloy which has a reaction in the presence of water, producing enough electricity to run the calculator for 2-3 months; Kikkerland.com.