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Product testing: The Water Clock

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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

If you feel like you're always popping new batteries into electronics in your home, and struggling to properly dispose of the old ones, this product MAY be for you.

The makers of the Bedol Water Clock say it is eco-friendly and battery free.  It is powered by the ions found in regular tap water.

Kristen and Ashley gave it a try on WBTV News Saturday Morning.  They picked up a Water Clock at Bed, Bath and Beyond for $19.99.

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