Turning house air into mineral water seems like magic, but this dispenser promises to get up to 10 liters a day

There are times when the water that comes out of the tap, despite being drinkable, it may does not have the best possible flavor and properties, especially in summer times. Hence, some consumers choose directly to drink and use bottled water to cook every day.

This implies a significant financial expense at the end of the month and the use of hundreds of plastic bottles every year that must be recycled. Isn’t another alternative possible? Well, that is what this curious appliance called Kara Pure, a kind of atmospheric water extractor With generous dimensions of 107x22x40 cm that promises to supply us with everything we may need in a single day.

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Or at least if we require less than 10 liters in 24 hours, the maximum quantity that the device is capable of extracting from the air that surrounds it through a condensation process with a heat exchange cycle similar to that of dehumidifiers. The end result is pure water with a pH of 9.2+ after going through a remineralization process, since the water initially obtained is distilled and does not contain added minerals.

To do this, after a filtering process that removes potential polluting particles, the team adds seven essential minerals: calcium, magnesium, lithium, zinc, selenium, strontium and metasylic acid, using a mineralization system that must be changed every year together with the water filter (the air filter can be cleaned with a vacuum cleaner or under the tap).

After storing the water captured from the air in a tank, the dispenser performs a process of UV light disinfection that promises to eliminate possible bacteria and biological contaminants every 4 hours, so that we can drink the water safely.


In addition to obtaining water, it can also be used as an environmental dehumidifier, with a system that detects humidity in the air to maintain a value that is located about 25%.

Price and availability

Kara Pure is still immersed in a financing process in Indiegogo, but its creators hope to start shipping units from June of this year for a price that will be around 1.147 euros.

More information | Kara Pure

Source: Xataka Smart Home by www.xatakahome.com.

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