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Electrodes in the reservoir create a current that powers this clock/thermometer combo. Eco-friendly — no batteries to replace. Built-in memory chip means there's no need to reset the clock when you change the water.
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Some of them work great!
from Carmel CA
Comments about : Water-Powered Clock:
I have several of these, the red and the blue ones work great. In six month I have only changed the water once. They keep good time, some a little fast. I had 2 gray ones and they only lasted about 3 weeks. They corroded at a sodler joint on the inside board.I would recommend these because they do not use battiers and they are a interesting.I bought them on sale so they were a good purchase for me. I plan to give several away at Christmas.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Water powered clock
By Irish eyes
from Lapeer Michigan
NO BATTERIES!!! Yeah. Love the date & temperature display. Very easy to set up & start use. Hope it lasts a long, long time!
By water boy
from Columbus Oh
Bought it as a kick, and have it in the bathroom because it's a "water" clock!!
By Bad ankle
from Pottsville pa
A neat useful addition to any table top
Nice table top addition in the patio
from Pottsville, pa
A fun conversation piece and useful too
I can't figure out how it works, but I love it!
By Healthy Eating Barbara
from Dawsonville GA
This is a very unique clock that never needs electricity to run. It's great for when the power goes off so that you can still know what time it is.
from Middleton, MA
This is the second water clock I've purchased. The first one lasted about 2 years before the metal corroded. But it's worth the price. It's an interesting science piece.I like this because it shows temperature along with time.
don't judge a book by its cover
By Don the gardener
from Elbridge, NY
cuerosity on my desk
from Oswego, IL
The clock is a nice addition to the master bathroom.
from Atlanta, GA
I have this for a cabana so I don't have to worry about electricity or changing batteries to have the correct time. 'Free' tap water is much better way to run an clock. The changing of the time/alarm/etc. can be a little frustrating, just be sure and keep the directions around. Change out the water every couple of months and it is more accurate than my watch.
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