Faucet Buddy Tells You About Water

Faucet Buddy is a cool little chrome gadget you latch onto you existing sink fixtures. It tells you how hot or cold the water is so those morning surprises are no more. Of course, just like any real buddy it’ll tell you if you’re a water rat; wasting our natural precious resources.

Designer: Baek Uyeol


  • TH says:

    Cool gadget. Add BT / wireless and software to track the cumulative water usage in the whole apartment… Even as such, this would be good for conserving water and energy, I suppose it is very easy to use too much or too hot water.

  • Logansix says:

    Not sure how this would keep people in North Cackalacky from using too much water. The only way it would help would be if it transmitted your total consumption to a watch and let you know when you got dangerously close to that 25 gallon per day per person limit.

  • Zach says:

    cool design, i just wonder why you would ever need this.

    It is a good conversation piece though

  • Jiri says:

    super !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • ouirghemmi says:

    bonjour je viens de consulter votre site et de faire connaissance a votre produit que je vois trés important permettant de controler la temperature et la quantité consommé des eau dans un robnet ce que je vois trés important .
    pour cette rason je me permet de vous poser une question sur la possibilité de permettre une marketing depassant le net pour pour toucher le marché quotidiens de tous pays et pq pas la tunisie en tant que pays ayany une economie developpé et ouverte sur les autres pays.
    merci bien pour votre reponse que je vois trés interresante .

  • ouirghemmi says:

    Hello I just visit your site and get to know your product that I see very important to control the temperature and the amount of water consumed in a robnet what I see very important.
    I own this leads me to ask a question about the possibility of allowing a marketing exceeding the net to reach the market for newspapers of all countries and pq tunisia not as a country ayany a developed economy and open to other countries.
    Thanks for your answer that I see very interresante

  • Karsten says:

    Yeah, good idea, but why is it attached to the device that delivers the smallest amount of water in a house?

    Is it available for showers or bathtubs faucets? How about the toilet? That is where most ofthe water is used and that is where it would be more relevant. There is obviously not often a reason to heat your toilet flushing water, but I have heard even that is done to prevent condensation problems.

    And is it possible (for once) to come up with a mechanical device that does not require batteries in this day and age?


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  • william says:

    where can i buy it and how much?

  • Jorge says:

    I´d like to know when wiil be this wonderfull product ready and how must will be cost? I´m very interesting because my company sell water save products, Thank you

  • Kevin Yu says:

    I believe this is an amazing design.

    How much do you think this product will cost, where i can buy this product, and where I can look into more in this type of product?

  • xXblahXx says:

    very nice!

  • attila takacs says:

    érdekelne menyibe kerül

  • Kirzseg says:


    I would like to know, where can I buy it, and how much?
    If I pay this with credit card, can you send it to Hungary?

    Thank you!


  • andi says:

    its really nice!
    but, could someone tell me how it works??
    i mean were does the energy come from??

  • Maroš says:

    How I can get this product to our country I mean slovakia in Europhe?

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