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Oxygenating Water Can

Oxygenating Water Can (Image courtesy Hammacher Schlemmer) By Andrew Liszewski

To some people, plants can be just as much a part of the family as a dog or cat. So to them, spending almost $100 on a watering can might not actually seem like a crazy idea. Especially if the watering can is able to oxygenate the water which apparently promotes faster and healthier plant growth.

It’s pretty easy to use too, and doesn’t require access to a laboratory or anything like that. You just fill the can with regular tap water and plug it into the wall for 4 minutes. The current that runs through the titanium and steel plates located in the base trigger an electrolytic process that dissolves the water into its basic components. As a result, you’re left with water that’s 200% more oxygen saturated, and plants that look much healthier without the use of chemicals or other growth agents.

The Oxygenating Water Can is available from Hammacher Schlemmer for $99.95.

[ Oxygenating Water Can ] VIA [ The Green Head ]








  • Yocto

    Dubious, isn’t it… Safe to say that any perceived improvements will be based on individual self-deception. (And generally, one shouldn’t trust any single study that gets so much self-hype from a manufacturer and that coincides with the release of a consumer product. Incidentally, the +58% bell pepper yields that are circulated on the sales pages are 1.) an “up to” value, and 2.) aren’t even from the university study but “preliminary research” conducted by some nearby organic vegetable farm.)

  • Awake

    What a sham…I am surprised this thing made it to this site. Since when do plants need oxygen? Most of the plants I have come across produce oxygen by photosynthesis. The few that did not, were in a salad bowl.