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Reuse and recycle Waterpebble has been designed to be fully recyclable.
When you have finished with Waterpebble please recycle or just pop it in the post to the company you purchased it from.

Waterpebble is a revolutionary device
designed to take the effort out of saving water.

Water Pebble is a world’s first. Paul Priestman a director of design company Priestmangoode was inspired by a sign in a hotel bathroom to, “Please Use Water Sparingly” and he started developing the concept on his return home.

Waterpebble is unique in the way it works to help reduce water usage.

The clever device monitors water going down the plug hole when you shower.  Memorising your first shower and using it as a benchmark, Waterpebble then indicates, via a series of ‘traffic lights’ flashing gently from green through to red, when to finish showering.  Each time you shower Waterpebble automatically fractionally reduces your shower time helping you to save water without needing to think about it.

Set it and forget it!

Waterpebble encourages you to use less water each time you shower.

Press the reset button. 3 lights will flash

Place in the shower near the plughole. Shower as normal. The lights will flash green, amber and red as Waterpebble memorises your shower.

Then each time you shower, Waterpebble lights up to indicate:

  • Green – start
  • Amber – you’re halfway through
  • Red – time to stop

Every shower, your water usage is reduced a little.

Waterpebble can be reset at any time.

Waterpebble is not a toy. Keep away from children.

For enquires and further information email
info@waterpebble.com.

Designed by

Priestmangoode

www.priestmangoode.com

Electronics by

Cambridge Design Partnership

www.cambridge-design.co.uk

Paul in the Telegraph

What people have said about Waterpebble

Hi Excellent idea.
is this product sold in South Africa.
i would like to market here for you.
Please get back to me.
thank you.
Regards
Mukesh

by mukesh at 08:56 on 13 February 2011

This is a new gadget that is very usefal. I like it! Conglaturations :)

by Carlos at 17:25 on 17 January 2011

hi, it is just a great idea.. i live in the middle east and would like to know more about the quantity i am entitled to have and how shipping will be arranged?

Waiting for your reply.

by ghada at 20:10 on 24 November 2010

awesome idea! where can i buy it (brazil) ?

by Odair at 15:49 on 18 October 2010

Well what can I say, a fab item , we have been using this now for a little over 1 month and its changed the showering habits of my two daughters, we now get 2/3 showers per tank, so we are doing our little bit to save the planet, but the really big plus is my stress levels have reduced as well, i am no longer yelling at them to get out of the shower .. really ..

by Scott Anderson at 23:05 on 3 June 2010

I need one or very much!!! in my Country Ecuador!!! nice invent!!!! Util, small, and ecological!

by carlos caluqui at 23:37 on 26 May 2010

Definitely an interesting idea, but what is the advantage of just using a normal clock in the bathroom?

by Shilen Morjaria at 09:51 on 22 May 2010

I LOVE your water pebble.. I tweeted it to @robertverdi for earth day… and just think everyone needs to have it in your shower!!

by Jess Hutchins at 23:55 on 21 April 2010

do you need one for each person who uses the shower or can you set it for different people?

by Lindsay at 10:08 on 16 April 2010

What about monitoring the water temperature and indicating if the water is unnecessarily hot. Saving hot water means saving energy, a crucial issue with domestic water!

by jp saucier at 21:03 on 17 March 2010

I don’t undersatnd why it says Keep away from children? Is it dangerous for kids? In fact, THAT is the exact target market they should be aiming for! I get in the shower, clean up and get out. I would never buy this product. However my kids take forever in the bath and shower! Drives me insane. If they had one of these that would tell them to get out, I would love it. I think it should make a beeping noise when it turns red.

by Bill at 14:54 on 10 March 2010

It’s not clear if there is shipping internationally, ie to Japan. Also being so far away and high shipping cost, will there be a version that has replaceable batteries?

by Jack at 03:59 on 8 March 2010

Waterpebble is designed for recycling and to be broken apart; the plastics and electronics can then be separated and recycled. If you look carefully there is a small key indent on the perimeter of the pebble. Obviously please be careful when breaking apart your Waterpebble and please remember not to let children play with the small parts. Alternatively, once you are more water conscious you could pass your Waterpebble onto a friend.

by priestmangoode at 14:55 on 19 February 2010

Recycle it, you say – but presumably with a battery and LEDs inside it you can’t just chuck it into plastics recycling bin? How many will actually bother to post it to Dry Planet?

by Hugh Pearman at 10:54 on 19 February 2010

I love my Waterpebble, easy way to save money and it feels good to know I’m helping the enviroment too.

by Sophie at 11:51 on 5 February 2010

The guilt trip works. Already saving five minutes.

by Maria at 14:35 on 4 February 2010

Its like a little disco eachtime i have a shower! Looking forward to my next water bill, keep up the good work!!

by Will at 16:31 on 3 February 2010

Clever, cute and environmentally conscious, Makes saving water a whole lot more instinctive!

by Carolina at 16:04 on 2 February 2010

What a great little product to get you saving water.

Showers will never be the same again.

by Dommily at 16:44 on 1 February 2010

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