Wednesday, May 19, 2010


Tech Blog - Compared to other devices the clock is way too small to pay attention to. Insignificant as it is, it still uses energy and power to function. Thus, clocks can also be switched into eco-friendly and renewable power user.

The Leeds Element Water Powered Clock, as the name implies, pulls its energy from water, and this makes it possible to run in poorly lit rooms deficient in solar energy. It has both a time and date function, but it has no alarm on it, just a basic little clock that tells time and date.

It's a good idea to offer this water powered clock to someone who cares for the environment. There's one problem though. This clock doesn't fill itself up with water. So one has to fill its tube with water every ten days. If you're not good at remembering things, you wouldn't be able to enjoy it's full functionality.

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