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Apple's CEO has already invested in a startup's idea to revolutionize showers

$400 is a lot of money to drop on a shower, but the Nebia isn't just any shower. The unique shower system uses atomizing technology, originally developed for jet engines, to turn water into a fine mist. The shower wets more thoroughly and in a larger area, while using 70% less water than a typical shower. Nebia's been turning heads too. It raised $3 million on Kickstarter, and Apple CEO Tim Cook is among its investors.
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