You can throw away your water supplies!
No matter how much water you store, you’ll never have enough. Plus, you’ll make a lot of room in your storehouse for other things.
The newly invented H2O Dynamo occupies a small space and produces an unlimited supply of fresh, clean water, every day! NOT by filtering or desalinizing water that you already have… but PRODUCING water from air!
Pretty Awesome! Here’s how it works:
This innovative technology is inspired from the Israeli Army, who uses it to make water in the desert. This device is based on a simple condensation principle:
It takes the humidity out of the air and transforms it into water… It then filters it and there you go: your unlimited water source.
The device used by the Israeli Army (made by Water-Gen) produces around 50 gallons/day of fresh water.
Chairmen and co-CEO at Water-Gen, Arye Kohavi, says that:
“water transportation is one of the most common reasons for the departure of convoys. These convoys are attacked and have casualties (…) if we can produce the water to the exact point where it is consumed, we spare the need to transport water and reduce the risk and expenses.”
And you know what? He’s right! When the SHTF or in a crisis, I don’t want to have to get out of my house, my hideout or my bag out location to find fresh water. Without food I can last for a few weeks (4-7), but water is something I have to constantly search for.
H2O Dynamo – A Device for Homeowners and Preppers
First of all, the H2O Dynamo is something most of us can afford (to simply make at home) … compared to the technology used by the Israeli Army which costs a few thousand dollars.
Second, the H2O Dynamo is adapted for home and emergency usage. It occupies only a small space of your room, and it truly gives you (and your family) water independency!
More so, economically, it is really good investment! You can use the H2O Dynamo to produce your daily fresh water, if you want. Just think about the amount of money you spend on water now…
The average American drinks 180 gallons of bottled water per year… so most of us spend a few hundred dollars (per year) only on drinkable water.
The H2O Dynamo produces up to 10 gallons of fresh, pure and clean water per day, enough for 3-4 families. So, if you want… you can associate with your neighbor or a friend to buy or make one.
Here is the video that explains why you should consider making a H2O Dynamo, how it was first build and how you can get the step by step DIY video guide.
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This device/website is a scam per https://www.onlinethreatalerts.com/article/2017/11/4/fraud-mega-drought-usa-or-world-war-water-is-another-clickbank-scam-do-not-be-fooled/ It sounds great, but I am quite disappointed that Self-Sufficient Projects would not do a LITTLE research about the products you are advertising. Well, actually MORE than a little disappointed. I sat through the entire “presentation” of the link. It went on for at least a half hour…and on….and on…. Poor spelling, spewed “facts” that are quite LOOSELY based on scientific “evidence” and made conclusions that I am frankly very skeptical about.
Don’t you just HATE those videos? I don’t watch any of t hem anymore. If they have to use a video, it’s nothing but a very long sales pitch! Thanks for letting me know in advance!
If it needs a long video to watch, it’s a scam.
Agreed! I emailed them asking them not to send me those kind of “sales” videos anymore. So annoying!
Such bs. I may very well unsubscribe over this crap.
I’ve come to anticipate and look forward to your newsletter because in the past, it’s had good practical knowledge and articles. But when you do this kind of thing (and you seem to be doing it more often) it makes me wonder if you vet any any of these articles or products in even the most basic ways. I know it may help pay the bills, but for your benefit and all of your readers, please think twice before you publish crap info. It destroys reader confidence in your newsletter which then reduces readership and referrals as well as killing potential sales on ALL of your promotions, even the quality ones. You really are a great source of good, practical homesteading and survival info so I share many of your articles with others. But, lately I find myself only giving it a quick glance to see if it’s just another “pitch” or a weak, sensationalized article. I truly like you guys, so please don’t let your standards keep falling, it’s next to impossible to re-gain reader confidence.
Thank you so much for your valuable feedback, it will be put to good use.
We know that some videos presented in a few reviews are pretty long and controversial, and that some people may not agree with what they are saying; but the most important thing for us is to make sure that the products they are selling are OK. We will take your feedback into consideration for our next reviews articles
Does that mean it works? My son was talking about using our dehumidifier in an emergency because it pulls water out of the air. But it requires electricity. It is certainly something to consider.
If the video is created such that you can’t high speed scrub to the important information, it’s a scam and should not be posted on this site. I’m annoyed that you didn’t watch it first and even more annoyed that you didn’t test it before recommending it to others.
This creates serious doubt about your motives and will result in losing your followers; starting with ME!