October 20, 2010

700 Used Nespresso Coffee Capsules Made into Giant Battery Used to Power Clock

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Somewhere in Vienna over 700 used Nespresso capsules were combined with copper and salt water to make battery-powered clocks. The capsule battery packed were linked together to keep a radio playing away happily as well. Nespresso does have a recycle program for it's capsules, but we think this reuse is pretty interesting.

Where does the 700 capsules come from? Supposedly, the average coffee-drinker can go through 700 Nespresso capsules a year. Given that number we'd only need to drink 1.91 shots of espresso a day. Sign us up!

Via Gizmodo

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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 20, 2010 7:43 AM

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