The Waterpebble, designed by Paul Priestman.
The “Waterpebble” is an innovative device that keeps an eye on water consumed when you take shower in the bathroom. Designed to be fully recyclable, the smart device monitors water going down the plughole, after each shower, to compare it with earlier showers, so you could manage or reduce your shower time and thus water consumption. Featuring an automatic mechanism, the Waterpebble takes your first shower as a benchmark and gently flashes “from green through to red” to stop the shower.
Priestman says that he “wanted to design something that takes the hard work out of going green and that helps people change their behavior so that eventually they are doing it automatically.” Something like this might just work. A rather strange video demonstrating how it works is after the break.
LED shower heads by Visentin can be mounted on your ceiling, allowing for an open shower experience in the middle of your living room.
Specializing in health and wellbeing, the Italian bathroom design company created these luxury shower heads to bathe you in a rainbow of therapeutic colored LED light. Hot hues include rejuvenating orange, renewing white, relaxing blue, healing pink or refreshing green, each with its own therapeutic qualities to transform your shower into a daily home-spa experience.
The Smart Shower by Hansa combines three different shower heads into one setup.
The aptly named Smart shower lets you activate three different shower heads and alternate between modes with the push of a button. Set your water as a gentle shower or a cascade; start the pivoting body spray [(aka the crotch spray)]; or wash away the cares of the day using the new slim hand shower. And it looks as good as it feels…
Oh, I’m sure it does.
Just connect to your garden hose to fill the base to its 8-liter capacity. In less than 2 hours of sunlight, the water reaches 140°F! Use the mixing valve to blend heated water in the base with cold water from your hose to a pleasant 86-90°. You and your family can take several showers consecutively before the tank needs to reheat. It’s a great energy-saver and a must-have ‘green’ product. It harnesses the power from sunlight to–
Wait, what’s that? You were too busy looking at the product image. : /