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Whirlpool Faucet Band: Helps You Save On Your Water Consumption

We all want to save water, not just, because we are in the midst of water scarcity but also we want to save a penny from our daily water use. We already have heard various water saving device to help us save on our water consumption, but the Whirlpool Faucet Band looks so cute and easy to use. The band has the LED time monitor for easy monitoring, color changing LEDs as indicator, and side buttons for control. Using the Faucet band is simple. All you have to do is to fit the band on the tip of the spout an then set your desired goal for running water time in the LED time monitor by pressing the side buttons and you’re on. As you run out of running water time, the water starts to change color with the help of the band’s color changing LEDs. In this way, you will be alerted that you have reached your desired water consumption and thus, won’t allow you to use more.

Whirlpool Faucet Band

Whirlpool Faucet Band

Whirlpool Faucet Band

Whirlpool Faucet Band

Whirlpool Faucet Band

Whirlpool Faucet Band

Source: Linda Xinrui Jiang

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2 thoughts on “Whirlpool Faucet Band: Helps You Save On Your Water Consumption”

  1. WATER WATER WATER is going to be the new gold in the near future. I think this idea is wonderful as long as
    a) the function lasts for a while since it is wireless.
    b) the material needs to be antimicrobial otherwise make it NSF approved stainless steel
    (not the cheap fake "stainless" steel either.)
    c) the size(s) can be used for a number of different types of faucets.
    Then the next obvious step would be for the showers.

  2. Completely agree with what Cosmey has menitioned above. I would also be interested to see how powerful the light is, and whether you can recognise that it has turned red and that you need to turn the tap off. A beeping alarm would also help to notify the user.

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