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Tag: Water

Mr. Klein: Washing Machine Concept Reuses Water… Gross

Mr. Klein: Washing Machine Concept Reuses Water… Gross
Washing machines use a lot of water; all you have to do is open the lid of your machine while it’s filling up to see that. The good news is all that dirty water leftover from removing the skid marks from your skivvies goes down the drain.

Hydrofill: Generate and Store Hydrogen to Power None of Your Gadgets!

Hydrofill: Generate and Store Hydrogen to Power None of Your Gadgets!
Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies’ hydrogen station the HydroFILL is a small and portable hydrogen generator, and the battery-shaped HydroSTIK cartridges are even smaller, but right now there’s no sense in buying it unless you have gadgets that can harness the hydrogen.

Panasonic Nano-Care Ion Steamer: Like a Rice Cooker for Your Face

Panasonic Nano-Care Ion Steamer: Like a Rice Cooker for Your Face
I don’t really know how this works, but my girlfriend and the Web tell me that blasting your face with steam is good for your skin. If you’re a believer, then you should check out Panasonic’s Nano-Care Ion Steamer, which “creates ion steam particles that are extremely small, thereby enabling the moisturizing steam to deeply penetrate the outer layers of a user’s skin.”

Russian Roulette Water Balloon Gun: in Soviet Russia… This is Not How They Party.

Russian Roulette Water Balloon Gun: in Soviet Russia… This is Not How They Party.
Ah, Russian Roulette. The subject of many jokes and at least one awesome film. But actually trying the game to have some fun with your friends will probably have some undesirable consequences, like dying. Just probably, but still.

Ecohime Covers Up Your “Bathroom Noises” [Weird Japan]

Ecohime Covers Up Your “Bathroom Noises” [Weird Japan]
Nobody wants to talk about it, but who really wants to listen to your gaseous emissions? Not me. This weird gadget from Japan lets you mask your bathroom activities while you “do your business”.

Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker Goes for a Swim

Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker Goes for a Swim
With the warm weather season finally upon us (sorry Australian and New Zealand readers), you’re probably hoping to spend lots of time in the pool this Summer. But just because you’re floating around on an inflatable raft with a piña colada in hand doesn’t mean you have to be separated from your digital music collection.

Water Clock Tells Time Using Dishes, Magnets and H2o

Water Clock Tells Time Using Dishes, Magnets and H2o
This elegantly minimal clock lets you create your own custom time-telling device using a combination of plates, cups and liquid of your choice. Designed by Kouichi Okamoto with ceramicist Daniel Jo, the Water Clock consists of a small fired clay base topped with a pair of magnetic spheres.

Segatoys Happy Savon Bubble Blower for a Whale of a Good Bath Time

Segatoys Happy Savon Bubble Blower for a Whale of a Good Bath Time
Leave it to the gadget makers at SegaToys to come up with another oddity that could only come from Japan. This wacky bathroom accessory is designed to blow bubbles while you sit in the tub and chill out.

Amphibious Lamborghini Takes to the High Seas

Amphibious Lamborghini Takes to the High Seas
At first glance, I thought this seafaring sports car was the underwater Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me. Much to my amazement, it’s a real amphibious Lamborghini Countach built by Mike Ryan of SeaRoader.

Jetlev Water Powered Jet Pack Laughs in the Face of Jet Skis

Jetlev Water Powered Jet Pack Laughs in the Face of Jet Skis
With up to 215 horsepower, the JetLev jetpack flings you up to 28 feet in the air at up to 40MPH by pumping water through its jets.

Playpump Helps Quench Thirst the Fun and Simple Way

Playpump Helps Quench Thirst the Fun and Simple Way
According to Playpumps International, more than one billion people in the world do not have access to clean water. Water-related diseases are responsible for 80% of sicknesses and are the leading cause of death worldwide. In response to this urgent problem, Playpumps International are helping many communities in Third World countries to have an simple and easy to operate mechanism to obtain drinking water.

R2-D2 Sippy Water Bottle Carries R2d2h20 (or Booze)

R2-D2 Sippy Water Bottle Carries R2d2h20 (or Booze)
Next time you happen to crash land on the sandy surface of  Tatooine with nothing but you, your shiny metal sidekick and a bunch of Jawas to carry your rusty carcass around, why not first quench your desert thirst with one of these?

Strenco St-2 Steambot: Your Own Steam Powered Robot

Strenco St-2 Steambot: Your Own Steam Powered Robot
Batteries schmatteries. Electricity shmelectricity. Who needs modern energy sources when you can have scalding hot steam to power your gadgets? This unique robot from Germany gets its juice from good old H2O. Strenco’s ST-2 Steambot lumbers along thanks to a tiny copper Wilesco steam engine that’s been implanted in his chest cavity.

Nasa Urine Recycler is Good to Go. Unfortunately.

Nasa Urine Recycler is Good to Go. Unfortunately.
“Houston, we have a problem.” Eagle this is Houston, what’s poppin? Over? “Yeah, so.. I float over to where the cooler’s supposed to be, but in it’s place there’s this…I’m looking at this machine labeled “Urine Recycler”.

Water Resistant Laptop on the Cheap

Water Resistant Laptop on the Cheap
Ever find the need to use your computer while standing out in the rain? Me neither. While the handful of folks who really need to could drop a few thousand bucks on a military-grade waterproof laptop, here’s a much simpler, brute-force solution for keeping your laptop safe and dry on a rainy day.

Your Plants Can Talk (via Twitter)

Your Plants Can Talk (via Twitter)
Now we’ve all heard the myth that talking to your plants help them to thrive, but this is the first time I’ve heard of a way to find out what they’re saying back to us. This gadget lets you keep tabs on your house plants via the Internet, letting them reach out to the world using the popular micro-blogging website Twitter.