Unless you have a glass handy, trying to get water into your mouth from a faucet can be a messy experience, with most of it running through your fingers and splashing over your face as you try desperately to get the last few drops close to your lips.
That’s why the Da Vinci Fountain Faucet from Virginia-based innovator Steve Waddell caught our eye. Read more here.
When used in fountain mode, Da Vinci uses 88 percent less water than existing faucets. The potential water saving in the U.S. could be as high as 136 billion gallons annually just from toothbrushing alone, which is the equivalent of over 9 million backyard swimming pools.