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Bedol Water Powered Clock

Bedol Water-Powered Clock

He proved science can be fun and profitable. Learn about a digital clock that runs on water. And how it’s making cash flow for its inventor. Hear the story of the Bedol Digital Water Clock.

What they do:
Make digital clocks that run on water.

Inspiration:
Mark Bedol likes to think unique in designing and marketing every day items.

About the business:
You just pour water in it, and the inventor says, “Let science do the rest.” Introduced in 2009, Mark Bedol’s water-powered clock is basically a fuel cell. Inside is a piece of copper and a piece of zinc. The container becomes a battery when you add water. The clock itself is powered by an electron flow in the water. The clock was a hit with retailers around the country including stores like Saks Fifth Ave, Macy’s, and Neiman Marcus.

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