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Simin Qiu, And His Swirly Sinks.

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So the term “Swirly Sink” may be a bit of an over simplification… but Simin Qiu, a design student at London’s Royal College of Art, invented a luxurious-looking Swirl Faucet that will save water by turning it into a magnificent, gorgeous, swirling spiral.  The faucet works by transferring the water through a double turbine, which spirals as water moves through it, forming an elaborate and delicate lattice of water streams. The turbine also limits the flow of water by 15%, meaning that you waste less when using it. Three different nozzles let users choose which water-saving design they’d rather use.

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via John Oliver
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