Water Power

Reply Sun 25 Sep, 2011 06:09 am
How does this invention work?

Wake up on time with the sleek, unique, and earth-friendly Bedol Water Clock Smiley Alarm for $19 shipped! Powered by water, this clock has many alarm features and a large LCD display. Seen on Today and Extra!

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Reduce your carbon footprint with this alarm clock powered solely by H20. It even keeps the time while filling!
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# Rise and shine in total environmentally friendly fashion with a Smiley water-powered alarm clock
# Converts ions in the water into clean energy power; you don’t have to refill for six months
# Features a daily or hourly alarm, 12- and 24-hour time setting, and large LCD display for each viewing
# Built-in memory chip ensures you never need to reset the time
# Get yours in one of six vibrant colors – red, green, blue, yellow, charcoal, or orange
# As seen on Today and Extra
what & why
That glass of water on the nightstand is about to come in handy, and it won’t make you stumble to the bathroom in the middle of the night. Power your alarm clock with nothing but H20 with a sleek, stylish environmentally friendly Smiley water-powered alarm clock for $19 from Bedol.

No plugs, electricity or batteries needed. Simply fill it with water, which is then converted into clean energy power. It has all the primary functions of an alarm clock – a daily or hourly alarm, 12- and 24-hour time setting, and large LCD display for each viewing – with the extra incentive of reducing your carbon footprint. Plus, it’s pretty dang cool. A built-in chip ensures you never need to reset the time, even when you’re swapping out the water, which you don’t need to do for six months. Use up that water without stubbing a single toe – now that’s the wave of the future.
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Reply Sun 25 Sep, 2011 02:37 pm

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Reply Sun 25 Sep, 2011 07:03 pm
The clock is a battery. It has electrodes and you add lemon juice to the water so it starts a reaction that produces electricity. It lasts about 3 months before the chemicals in the electrodes wear out.
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