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Water saving devices
We've teamed up with our partners Save Water Save Money to bring you loads of free and reduced water-saving devices. These make it easier for you to save water and could help to reduce your water bill . They’re easy to fit and you could start saving water instantly - they even come with free postage!
Free water saving products
Shower timer - Flip this four minute shower timer when you get into your shower and challenge yourself to finish bathing by the time it runs out. For every extra minute you spend in the shower, you use an extra 20 litres of water.
Hippo bag - This simple device can be popped into your toilet cistern and will inflate so there's less water in each and every flush. This water saving
product will help you to save up to 1.2 litres of water every time you flush your loo.
Swell Gel - This handy gel reduces the need for frequent plant watering. It works by storing water that plant roots can extract from when needed. To be even more water efficient, use a watering can at night to keep your plants hydrated.
ShowerSave - This easy to fit gadget controls the flow of your shower to eight litres per minute without reducing the pressure or flow. You can still get squeaky clean, and help save water every time you shower.
Tap aerators - By infusing your tap water with air, they become more efficient. The amount of water coming out is slowed down with the same amount of pressure. Splashing is also reduced so your water gets to where you need it to be.
Leak detection tablets - By dropping a leak detection tablet in your toilet cistern you'll be able to see if there's a leak. You'll be able to see blue water down the back of your toilet bowl if you have a leak.
Reduced price water saving products
Mira Nectar shower head - save up to 20 litres of wonderful water with every shower with this sleek, single-spray shower head. Its clever design ensures your shower’s water pressure stays the same and it’s suitable for most mixer showers.
Water butt - this 100 litre water butt enables you to start collecting rainwater to use around your garden. There's a small tap at the bottom that makes it easy to draw water into a watering can or bucket.
Kiri fixed shower head - with a flow rate of 9 litres per minute (compared to a standard 15 litres per minute on an average shower head) and a contemporary look, this shower head is a perfect addition to any modern bathroom.
Other ways to save
Calculate your water usage
With this easy tool from Save Water Save Money you'll see how much water you could save from fitting water saving devices and following our simple water saving tips. They even estimate how these savings will be reflected in your bill.