Water Talkies

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Water Talkies are devices which make talking underwater possible.[1] They were invented by Richie Stachowski, Jr. in 1995 (at age 10).[citation needed]

The Water Talkie is a colorful, cone-shaped device that amplifies voices underwater for up to 15 feet. What started as one product turned into a company producing water toys "made by a kid for kids" - a line of eight pool toys.[2]

Rich Stachowski won the 1999 Entrepreneur of the Year Award[which?] (the youngest ever) for this invention.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Teen Titans." Pg. 127. People Magazine. 8 November 2004.
  2. ^ Pentz, Michelle. "No Shortage of 'Big' Ideas." East Bay Business Times. 4 December 1998.
  3. ^ Xpress: Young and inventive