With continuous rise in global temperature, water has quickly become a hot topic throughout the world. As people prefer water-efficient appliances and fixtures nowadays, we want you to have a look at the Smart faucet designed by the Pennsylvania-based designer Bojian Han using the famous CAD software Rhinoceros. He has designed it with the idea to minimize water wastage by providing instant hot water. With ergonomic flat spout and an onboard temperature display, it offers optimal convenience, while saving water and matching a wide variety of bathroom styles as well.
This smart faucet has a built-in quick water heater that supplies hot water for the first 10 seconds of use. There is a rotating dial with built-in display at top of the faucet to adjust temperature and water volume. As users have the power to pre-select water flow, there seems to be a mighty potential of saving water. Furthermore, it has double walled pipes to fully utilize the remained hot water inside.
Users can swipe through the onboard display to select water temperature, while the rotating dial at the top of the faucet can be used to pre-select the desired amount of water pressure. Once this is done, you just need to slightly push up the flat tip of the faucet to turn the water on and drag it down to turn it off. This way, it doesn’t get wet and messy like traditional faucets.
For sure, it is a contemporary smart faucet that’s easy-to-use and can help preserving water. Most interestingly, it can provide instant hot water which makes it different from other water-saving faucets available in the market.