BATHROOM SONGS ON WATER RADIO
If you thought all that water in the bathroom was going down the drain, then Vivian Black not only thought about it but went one step forward. Vivian Black is mainly remembered before this for his success in commercialising British inventor Trevor Baylis’ hand-cranked radio for use in remote areas of Africa. Black employed the power created by the motion of water to run a radio. The radio, which he has named the H20, uses a micro-turbine technology to generate power from the flow of water when the shower is turned on. The waterproof instrument clips on to the water pipe that runs up to the showerhead. The radio is manufactured by the Tango Group. Thanks to them, bath time can well mean Kolaveri time.