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Water Powered Clock

6, Aug 2006


OK, so generating electrical power from water might not require quantum math, but it is pretty darn interesting. And it’s nice to see science and engineering play nice together to bring folks like you an attractive desktop clock that is powered solely on water (or really any electrolytic fluid).

The water clock will display the time and date in clear easy to read numbers just moments after you fill the liquid reservoirs in the back with the liquid of your choice. And you won’t have to refill them for weeks, the only thing is that you’ll have to be careful not to spill the water by incidentally hitting the clock… 😉

How does it work? Magic mostly. And a little bit of science too. The internal converter simply extracts electrons from water (or other liquid) molecules and provides a steady stream of electrical current acting as a fuel cell to generate power to the clock. And no, this isn’t a hydrogen fuel cell powered clock, still not that hugh-tech…

The price of the Water Powered Clock is $12.99.

If you can’t wait to get your hands on one of these clocks…