January 7, 2008

AquaMaker AM10 Makes Water from Moist Air

Need to use the moisture in the air for a little water? This water cooler will suck the air dry pulling 36 liters of water from the surrounding air within 38 hours. However it's not that eco or wallet friendly. There is a $1200 price tag and it costs nearly $15 per day to operate. Oh well - maybe we can stick with our filtered water from the fridge for now.

Via SlashGear at Aquamaker

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 7, 2008 2:37 PM
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Your comments about the Aquamaker AM-10 are almost totally incorrect.

The AM-10 will not suck your air dry it will only reduce the relative humidity by 10%-15%.

$15 a day running cost is total rubbish (try $1 / day). You obviously copied your information from two other web sites that have been set straight by us.

You need to get your facts straight before you start making ridiculous nonsense statements about company products.

Surely the purpose of your website is to provide accurate information and this requires you CHECK YOUR FACTS !!!!!

Posted by: Peter Poli at March 3, 2010 1:23 AM
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