The Watermill Converts Humid Air To Drinkable Water
The Watermill literally sucks up the air’s humidity and eventually converts it to drinking water. It performs its own filtering and purification by exposing the water to an ultraviolet sterilizer, making it safe for cooking and drinking. The Watermill can produce up to 12 liters of water a day. Currently, the system runs off the grid, but expect a solar or wind powered version in the future.
Strikes me as the perfect ship wreck companion or South East house warming present.
Diorama of applications after the ‘leap’