Friday, July 25, 2008


Eco-Friendly Clock Is Kind Of A Shocker

CLAREMONT, Calif. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A new eco-friendly product is pretty shocking – in a safe way.

The Bedol Water-Powered Clock is a mean, “green” time-keeping machine that runs on the energy produced by salt water.

Spokesperson Mark Bedol says, “I never thought it would be possible to make. If everyone used one of these clocks, you would save the batteries that cause so much pollution and also save a large amount of energy.”

Though Bedol was shocked by the product’s ingenuity, he assures buyers that they won’t be shocked by the product itself.

He explains, “Usually water and electronics don’t really mix, but the water never touches the electric part. You’re in no danger of getting electrocuted. Even if you did, it doesn’t have enough charge to really shock you, so you’re safe.”

The environmentally-safe ticker may be the only water-powered appliance hitting shelves though, because Bedol believes powering bigger machines with H20 is a washed-up idea.

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