Shower Power Ampere
The Consumer Electronics Show has always been a place for weird and wacky gadgets, and despite being a virtual event in 2021, this year is no exception. For instance, Ampere’s Shower Power. It’s the kind of gadget that makes a weird kind of sense, but definitely on the weird side of sense.
It’s a waterproof Bluetooth speaker, but it doesn’t require charging. Instead, it uses your shower’s water pressure to spin a tiny turbine to generate all the power it needs.
Here’s a preview.
If you’ve never taken a Bluetooth speaker into the shower, I recommend it. Make sure it’s waterproof, of course. But listening to a podcast, the news, or especially music, can make the morning routine more useful/relaxing depending on what you’re listening to.
Shower Power cutaway Ampere
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The Shower Power makes this easier by being mounted in-line before your showerhead so it’s always ready to go. It automatically turns on when the water’s flowing. It doesn’t have to turn off when the shower stops, however. There is a battery inside, which is also charged by the water. This lets you still have tunes while you towel off, put your makeup on, fix your hair up pretty, etc. The 2,600 mAh battery will last a claimed 20 hours between charges.
Shower Power controls Ampere
According to Ampere, it takes about 14 hours in the average shower to charge the battery from 0 to 100%. However, it’s designed to play and charge at the same time, so if you’re running the shower while listening, they say you shouldn’t ever run out of power.
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