Why a Moroccan water pipe will change the world
A Moroccan water-pipe maker has unveiled a new device that allows users to connect their devices to a water supply network.
The Water Pipe connects a phone to a meter, which then displays the current level of the water in the tap.
It then takes a photo of the meter, and transmits the image to a mobile phone.
The user then selects an area of the tap to drain the water from, and the Water Pipe will then fill the drain and recharge the device.
The company behind the product, Moroccan Water Pipe, claims the device is 100 percent eco-friendly and water-efficient.
“The design is completely unique, it is 100% water-free and can be installed in the kitchen, dining room, living room, bathroom, gym, gymnasium, school or anywhere in the house,” said Zafar Huseif, the company’s CEO.
“It can be plugged into the existing infrastructure and you have complete water control without any need to pay for water.”
The product is available now on Morocco’s official website and at some Moroccans’ most popular restaurants, where customers can also take photos with the device, or tap it to use it for water.
The company’s founder, Mohammed Abdallah, told CNN that the Waterpipe was not just an idea; it was a reality.
“There’s no other way to control water than to have a water meter, whether it’s at home or in a hotel,” Abdallah said.
“You can use the device and the water will be delivered.”
The company said the Waterpipes will soon be available to the public for $9.95 each, but it was not immediately clear whether the device will be available for sale outside of Morocco.