by Patti Pietschmann
I am the designer of the Bedol Water Clock, an innovative time keeper that uses water for power. The Bedol Water Clock never needs batteries or electricity, it utilizes ions in water to create its own power. As our motto says, “Simple H2O makes it go!” How could you not be curious.
So it came today and we're already planning to bring it with us on transatlantic voyage we're taking soon on Cunard's Queen Mary2 which we're reviewing for my Cruise Guru column and www.cruiseable.com. Sometimes there's just one clock in a hotel room or cabin and we need one each. It's light when the water hasn't been added so easy to pack.
Mark says that because of its functionality and eco-friendliness,the Bedol Water Clock is also terrific as a gift, and I agree and will be adding to it my popular Patti's Prattles Christmas shopping guide. To get a good picture of this gadget watch this video!B-t-w the clock has an alarm which is a needed travel aid. It is so easy to start by adding water. The clock’s mechanics are proprietary metallic plates inside the semi-transparent water reservoir that channel the ions in the water into a current that powers the clock and alarm. The clock is cleverly sculpted in the shape of a water drop to match its innovative energy source. It costs just $26 so you buy a bunch for your family and friends as Christmas gifts. Go to www.bedolwhatsnext.com.
Bedol also sells products with edgy spins such as Mark Bedol's Checkmaster, a checkbook calculator that simultaneously balances three different accounts, the sleek looking Spider Clock, and the Supersmart line of children's school supplies. Bedol products have been sold at selected retailers in USA such as Bed Bath & Beyond, The Smithsonian Gift Shop, and Nordstrom.The clock comes in several different colors and designs, see: http://www.bedolwhatsnext.com/water-powered-clock-c-89_199.html.