About 71% of the Earth’s surface is water. But alas, 97.5% of it is salt water which is hardly considered usable as is. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could actually use and even drink that 90+ percent of water? Well, you know what? Soon, we may be able too – thanks to QuenchSea. Or so we heard.
Coming from Hydro Wind Energy, QuenchSea claimed as the world’s only low cost portable seawater desalination device. It is manually powered and promised to turn seawater into drinkable water instantly.
So what kind of black magic is this? Well, simply put, reverse osmosis and yes, in this small package, and without the need for electric source. Of course, there’s more to it. If you want to learn more, here’s a quick video of how it works:
Hydro Wind Energy said that QuenchSea “has been independently tested” and it is proven to turn seawater into freshwater. If QuenchSea delivers as promised, I’d say it is a survivalist must-have survival gear.
At this point, we are half-expecting Thunderf00t, aka Philip E. Mason, to jump in and debunk it. Anywho, if you believe in QuenchSea, you can actually secure a unit now by making a pledge for a product on Indiegogo.
That said, you would think a device of such nature to be fairly expensive. Well, it is, surprisingly, not. Hydro Wind Energy is offering it at as low as 48 quid, or about US$59 for the device on Indiegogo.
It is not a crowdfunding campaign pay say as the campaign is on Flexible Goal and therefore, a pledge for a product is a pre-order which will be fulfill in February 2021.
We forget to mention that the Hydro Wind Energy pledges to donate a device to those in need for each QuenchSea they sell.
Images: Indiegogo (Hydro Wind Energy).