Now, here’s a concept that I can fully sympathize with. When you wake up in the middle of the night, cursing the municipal authorities, it is inevitably the water supply that’s at fault. The capricious water supply timings, subject to change when you least expect! The solution, of course, is to store water within your house – which, in my case amounts to practically dozens of containers. Another thing that’s fairly obvious is that water will spill over since nobody has the patience to sit and do nothing while the water fills up. Inevitably we end up multitasking. Godiramang Guissepe Gabosekegwe is well aware of the whole conundrum and has thus designed the “Water Level Detector.” A simple device, the Water Level Detector is to be put into the container that’s getting filled up. When the water comes up to the desired level, the device will start a red light and siren to alert us and thereby prevent it from overflowing or going above the desired level.
I wonder if any thought has been put into the fact that time may be lost in running back to the tap and turning the supply off. I guess in that case one might set the level a bit lower than the desired one. This is a simple solution to an everyday problem. Perhaps someone will notice the commercial potential. If it comes out, Gabosekegwe can count on at least one buyer: yours truly.