There is no such thing as a completely eco-friendly gadget, but they are kinder than most others.
With sleek table lamps and a bright diving watch, and even a special, environmentally friendly phone, these are our best tips for modern devices to help you save the world.
According to Suri, a huge four billion toothbrushes are thrown in the trash every year.
Do one less by scrubbing your chewing gum with this electric brush, which uses recyclable plant-based heads and can be easily repaired if it breaks.
It’s greener than brushing your teeth with a sprig of broccoli.
Buy it for GBP 72 from Try Suri.
The Android Fairphone 4 proves that choosing a greener phone doesn’t have to sacrifice specifications, it has a 6.3-inch Full HD + screen, dual 48MP cameras on the back and support for fast 5G.
Its modular design means you can fix it yourself, but the chassis is still splash and dust resistant.
Buy it from 499 GBP from Fairphone.
SUBwa Ocean Plastic
Waterproof to a depth of 10 meters and made from recycled ocean plastics, these Triwa diving watches should feel at home under the sea.
Available in three colors – dark blue, orange and black – and with a swivel bezel and oversized light indexes and hands, it should also look like home on your wrist.
Buy it for £ 129 from Triw.
Upcycling is a great way to reduce waste, but what if you don’t have the skills to do it?
Anti will do the hard work for you and turn old umbrellas into table and table lamps that use energy-saving light bulbs and will not blow them upside down at the slightest hint of wind.
Buy it for 120 GBP (table) and 160 GBP (table) from Anti-Waste.
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