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June 26, 2005

Waterex — 'Transforms air into pure drinking water'

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What's this?

"No more going to the store and carrying heavy jugs of water or relying on strangers to bring it into your home from some water company."

Waterex has created a machine that extracts the humidity from the air in your home or office to produce pure drinking water.

"The world's most advanced water technology" uses "a minimal amount of electricity": the water produced costs approximately five cents a liter.

The Waterex M1 (above), about the size of a typical water dispenser, is said to produce up to 30 liters of water a day, with two water storage compartments capable of holding 18 liters.

One of my readers sent this to me after seeing it in a ladies resale shop while accompanying his wife, who was shopping for a dress.

Some resale shop — where is it, I wonder?

Maybe in Shanghai in the year 2015? But I digress.

The enterprising reader learned that the Waterex M1 costs around $859.

[via DH]

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Comments

I work for belmaris Nigeria Limited (IT Student), a major distributor of Waterex M-series in Nigeria. The technology is cool, but the machine is not very reliable. manuafacturers should try and increase the efficiency of the compressor and other part of the machine (booster pump.submersible pump etc)

Thanks
Mr Arawo Julius C.
University Of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Posted by: Julius Arawo | Jan 9, 2009 4:00:44 AM

whats the best price of buying waterex ? lets say 20 pieces ?

Posted by: angel | Jun 12, 2008 10:48:58 AM

Are you still selling waterex machines

Posted by: Linda | Dec 11, 2007 4:39:21 AM

IT IS A WELCOME IDEA, ESPECIALLY IN NIGERIA.
SINCE THE DAY I CAME IN CONTACT WITH WATEREX WATER GENERATING MACHINE IN NIGERIA, I STARTED PROPOSING IT TO BOTH FEDERAL, STATES AND GOVERNMENT PARASTAL, BANKS AND HIGHLY PLACED INDIVIDUALS. FOR USE IN HOMES AND OFFICES. HERE IN NIGERIA THE DEMAND IS SO HIGH, DUE TO OUR DAILY ADVERTS ON NATIONAL DAILIES.

CURRENTLY WE HAVE COMMITMENT TO SUPPLY OVER 700 UNITS OF THE MACHINES TO VARIOUS BANKS, FEDERAL AND STATES PARASTATALS IN NIGERIA.

WE INTEND OPENING A DIRECT CONTACT TO BUY IT DIRECTLY FROM THE MANUFACTURER.
OUR COMPANY NAME IN NIGERIA IS VOCET TECHNICAL LIMITED.
WE ARE WATER ENGINEERING COMPANY.

THANKS

ENGR. UKO J. UMOH

Posted by: Ukoh J. Umoh | Nov 19, 2007 7:16:05 AM

Iquite believe that Waterex is only purified water .It is a good development at the time water has become a problem in the world.
I will like to become a sole distributor in my Country
tHANKS

Posted by: ANTHONY ALONGE | May 10, 2007 12:58:41 AM

We have best prices for Waterex...

Posted by: Waterex | Apr 26, 2007 12:07:06 AM

I work for Librex Group in the Business Development Department.
we are looking for distributors all over the world for distribution for our innovative products . WATEREX SYSTEM< CRYSTELLO< RUBY SYSTEM.
If interested please contact me at this.
Nayla Abou Fadel
Business Development Department

Arz Hospital Street
Zalka-Beirut, Lebanon

naylaf@librexgroup.com
Yahoo: naylaf33@yahoo.com
MSN:nayla33@hotmail.com
SKYPE: sachanoel

Tel: +961 1 87 87 24
Cel: +961 3 78 98 98
Fax: +961 1 87 85 30

Posted by: Nayla Abou Fadel | Mar 8, 2007 10:30:12 AM

Hi, Im the RMD of waterex in the Puerto Rico and all the island of the USA, If you want to be Part of the family of waterex or want to be a distributor Plis contact me (usic_er@yahoo.com).

Posted by: USIC | Aug 3, 2006 11:06:07 PM

hi
i just read about the product and it seems realy interesting. i would like to ask one question about what would happen if the humidity is low?? would we have to go and buy water from the store to drink in that case? would also like to know about the quality f water this "Waterex" machine produces.
would appreciate a reply answering my questions.
thanks

Posted by: Shadi | Oct 24, 2005 2:27:19 AM

I think that this machine is remarkable.. I would like some more information including pamplets, magazine and so on to this address or by post

Sylvia hamanin
C-o Dan Kakaraya
P O Box 111
University
National Capital District
Port moresby
Papua New Guinea

Posted by: sylvia | Jul 4, 2005 5:01:37 AM

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