Lishtot's "Testdrop" Tests Water for Purity Without Actually Touching the Water
Jerusalem-based company Lishtot invented a small, handheld device called "Testdrop" that tests water for purity without actually touching the water.
The company just won first place for its invention at the CES Startup Night competition in Las Vegas.
by Ilana Strauss
Testdrop Pro by Lishtot
I was actually pretty amazed to learn about such an invention. I'd tested water for contamination in high school science class, and I remember the process being long and complicated. We had to mix water samples with chemicals to figure out pH levels or something.
But this device is totally different. It fits in your hand and scans water in only a few seconds without even touching it.
Watch a 'Lishtot Wins 1st Place at CES Startup Night 2018' video HERE
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