A novel, rain-saving device developed by a San Diego man in response to the extreme draught is now available for purchase in the commercial market.
Sheldon Levinson invented the No Tools Rain-Saving Device after his wife needed water for her plants, and using a single bucket to collect rainwater wasn’t working very well.
“I did not want to cut into my downspout since I live in an HOA where it is prohibited,” he said. “It’s outside the box, inside the gutter thinking.”
This simple rainwater diverter requires no tools for installation and is easily removable and reusable. The device fits any standard residential gutter and connects to a garden hose. When it rains, the pressure rises in the drain and creates a bountiful water source for landscaping, filling a swimming pool or storing in a container. Levinson says his “game changer” device can save more than 200 gallons of water per hour.
The No Tools Rain-Saving Device is now available on Amazon.com and at San Carlos Hardware in San Diego.
For more product information (non-orders), contact Sheldon Levinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.