WaterMill makes water from air

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The WaterMill might look pretty snazzy and high tech at first glance, but it is actually a souped-up dehumidifier that pulls moisture (read: water) from the air and purifying it into drinking quality skyjuice.

Inside air is up to 70 times more polluted than outside air. The WaterMill is installed unobtrusively on the outside of your home, using outside air, so it won’t dry out the air you breathe in your home. And don’t worry if your outdoor air is less than pristine – even if you live in a crowded city, the Watermill’s filtration system ensures your drinking water will be clean and free of toxins and bacteria – more pure than tap water or even spring water.

The company behind the WaterMill claims that it is able to offer up to 12 liters of water per day, which ought to be more than enough for your drinking and cooking needs.

Product Page via Geekologie

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