Coming home after a long day and hopping into the shower can be immensely relaxing. Allowing the water to cascade down your body and soothe those aching muscles sounds like the perfect way to cap off a busy day. However if you stay in an area where drought is common, enjoying a long shower can be kind of wasteful.
This is where the Nebia shower head comes in. The Nebia is a shower system that is currently on Kickstarter trying to raise funds for itself. What it does is that it helps conserve water through a specially designed shower head. However does this work, you ask? Basically what it does is that it breaks down water into tiny drops with a surface area 10 times larger than your regular shower.
This means that you will be able to cover a larger area of your body, but use less water at the same time. The company is boasting that it will be able to conserve as much as 70% of water, meaning that your utility bills will probably see a drastic reduction. In fact according to a report from the New York Times, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has reportedly personally invested into the company himself.
Now it’s an interesting piece of technology and so far it has managed to exceed its funding goal of $100,000, but if you’d like to contribute to it, hit up its Kickstarter page where a pledge of $269 will nab you the Nebia shower system upon its successful production.