Greensboro, NC -- This week's 2Test is geared to anyone who uses a clock, wants to go green, or doesn't want to buy batteries anymore.
The Bedol Water Clock is $20 at Bed Bath & Beyond. It is battery free and plug free. Once the metal plates inside the clock come in contact with the ions in the tap water you put it, the clock is supposed to work.
The instructions tell you to fill the clock with 16 ounces of water. But 2WTK found the max fill lines were met with just 8 ounces of water. Immediately the clock was operational.
We then set the alarm. It worked, although the beep was low. The instructions say you will need to fill up the clock every 2 to 3 months.