The Water Saver Usage Meter is a great little device that monitors how much water you are using, clearly displaying the amounts. By being aware of your exact water usage it is easier to start to reduce the amount, it can also be used to help ensure that you do not over or under water your garden plants.
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The King Of Urinal is a concept design for a urinal that helps to save on water consumption and promotes good hygiene. Each urinal features a sink built into the top of it which allows a user to clean their hands immediately after use and flushes the urine away without requiring any additional water.
Clear Rain is a device that allows you to filter rain effectively and efficiently and allows you to attach hosing to take the cleaned rain to where it is needed, for a pool, pond or any form of water storage.
The IRISO Water Dripper is a system that helps you to convert an old plastic bottle into a device to keep your plants watered. The device can be set to a number of drip rates to allow it to be compatible to a range of plant sizes and by using a large bottle you can ensure your plants are watered even if you are away for weeks.
The P3 International P0520 is a garden hose spray nozzle attachment that monitors your water usage. It allows you to water your garden or wash your car while keeping track of the quantity of water used to hopefully lead to less water usage over time.
The Water Pebble is a little device designed by Paul Priestman that you place in a bath tub or shower cubical to monitor the amount of water you use when showering.
With our slightly over-populated planet, pure drinking water is becoming an increasingly scarce resource. Even for those of us fortunate to be in the developed world, we shouldn’t waste water. Thankfully there are plenty of water saving gadgets that can help us use water efficiently. The Water Saving Tap Aerator DIY Kit is one such gadget. The water tap aerator is a simple-looking device that attaches to existing modern water taps, introducing air into the water stream to maintain pressure whilst using less water. (more…)
The Rainwater Pillow is a flexible alternative to a rain barrel. Able to hold significantly more water than conventional barrels, the pillow can be placed underneath decking, in a floorspace or any other such ground level hidden space. The water collected can then be used in a garden or even to flush toilets.
The Petal Drops gadget is a water-saving concept by Pieter Laga on the social product development website Quirky. Following an initial design proposal by Pieter, other individuals got involved by making suggestions for the product name, the logo design and product development.
The Shower Brake is a concept design to help reduce the amount of water used in showers. The device slowly falls throughout the shower visually alerting you to how much water is being used.