Cool Outrageous Stuff: September 2019

Cool Outrageous Stuff September 2019

Nebia Spa Shower 2.0

The Nebia Spa Shower 2.0 shower head uses 70% less water than a traditional shower head, which saves approximately 20,000 gallons of water per year when used by the average household. It also uses both warm steam and spray, as well as atomized water, and hydrates your skin more efficiently. Since using less water results in a lower water bill, it ends up paying for itself in just a couple of years. Purchase at for $499. 

Nest Learning Thermostat

This is the first thermostat to earn an Energy Star rating. Using the Nest app, it allows you to see how much energy you use and what you’re using that energy for, so that you can do what you can to both lower your energy bill and help out the environment. Nest will also display a leaf when you choose a temperature that saves energy to let you know when you’re making a sustainable choice. The Nest Learning Thermostat can be found at for $249.

Belkin Conserve Power Switch

Many outlets use electricity even when they’re not in use, wasting energy and increasing your energy bill. This switch shuts off the power completely when the outlet is not in use in order to save energy. It can be used with anything that needs to be plugged in, including coffee makers, curling irons, fans and more, and can be purchased at for $6.99. 

Bhumi Organic Towels

For those with sensitive skin or allergies, or who just have the desire to wrap themselves in a soft, environmentally friendly towel after a shower, Bhumi offers great products. Their towels are certified fair trade and organic, and created from cotton that is picked carefully and grown with sustainable farming methods. Purchased at and start at $49 for hand towels.

NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop

This cooktop uses induction technology to decrease the amount of energy required to cook foods traditionally cooked on an electric stove. It does so by using an internal copper coil, which creates a magnetic field inside of the pots and pans used. The field makes the pans vibrate, which generates heat, in turn heating up the food. This makes the cooking process significantly more efficient, and requires less overall energy. The NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop can be purchased at for $119.97. 

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