AUTOMODE: Smart Shower Head helps you Save Water

Water Saving tips - Eco-sensitive smart showers (such as Hydrao) cut down your water usage to one-third instantly. This green technology will not only save the planet but also your money too (in terms of utility costs).

Did you know that a 4-minute shower means that you use about 20 to 40 gallons of water?

Here are 5 shocking facts why this should worry you:
1. About 80 crore people across the world do not have access to clean and safe water every day.
2. About 35 lakh people across the world die every day because they do not have access to clean water, hygiene and sanitation.
3. Every 21 seconds, a kid somewhere in the world dies due to water-related illness. In fact, it is the second biggest cause of death for kids under 5 years of age (across the world).
4. More than 100 crore people across the world defecate in open - which often pollutes community water supplies.
5. A 5-minute shower for you often uses more water than an average person in the slum does - in the entire day!

Eco-sensitive smart showers (such as Hydrao) cut down your water usage to one-third instantly. This green technology will not only save the planet but also your money too (in terms of utility costs).

Simple to use, these smart showers use the latest Bluetooth 4.0 low-power technology to track your water consumption – and to tell you how much water you have been saving lately. The in-built LED lights serve to warn you as the shower app alerts you – whenever you are using more water than you intend to. The shower can restrict the flow of water too.

It means that you can set up ‘water saving’ contests for your kids – and check who wins the ‘Green and Clean’ family crown.

The smart shower is also powered by electricity generated by a small turbine which uses natural water flow for the purpose. It means that you cut down on electricity costs too.

March 22 is the World Water Day. If changing just a shower head can conserve some more water, it is surely worth a buy!

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