This connected showerhead will change colors when you use too much water
The hydro smart shower head using color changing light to give you warnings when your using to much water in the shower.
Here's how it works.
It starts with a little bit of green than goes to blue, purple, and than red when you're starting Uses too much water.
The shower head also works with Alexa, Amazon's virtual voice activated assistant.
So if you wanna know how much water you're saving you can ask Alexa to ask Hydro how much water you saved in the past week or month or year.
You can change the settings of the Hydro so you can determine when you need a warning color, stop shower.
The Hydro is currently available online for $99 in the US.
There's going to be two more models that come out later this year.
One is the higher-end model and the other is an attachment you can use with your existing shower head that will still provide those same color-changing warnings about how much water you are really using with each shower.
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