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A Raincoat That Purifies Rainwater For You To Drink

September 4, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

“Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink?

Meet “Raincatch,” a hooded slicker that not only keeps you dry in a downpour but also purifies rainwater for wetting your whistle on the move.

Designed by Hyeona Yang and Joshua Noble from the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, the multitasking garment uses a system of charcoal and chemical filters to create potable water, which is stored around the hips for weight distribution without strain.”

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