• ontus is a self filling water bottle for your bike that c
make water out of thin air. Powered by solar panels
collects moisture from the air, condenses it and stores it
as safe drinking water.
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    • Because it literally takes hours to fill. Brilliant idea, but not efficient enough.
      Vexium 18 jun
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    • its extremely slow and uses a lot of power
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    • Plot twist: it’s actually your taint sweat.
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    • Because it’s basically a glorified dehumidifier and takes forever to fill due to the small ass solar panel
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    • *sees glorified dehumidifier* *angry thunderf00t noises*
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    • Hey guys, who wants to go bike for 55 miles for a single mouthful of water?
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    • Company was literally a scam
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    • Thunderf00t debunked it. This is bullshit.
      TuziTonji 19 jun
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    • Uhh...Because it was a huge scam and they stole MILLIONS of dollars? Their final product was a fucking 10 pound DEHUMIDIFIER
      Kraer 19 jun
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    • Why are we not funding A solar powered dehumidifier? Because in the time it takes to fill a standard 12 ounce water bottle, you should’ve likely have already had your daily intake of water
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    • This has already been debunked, it’s a shitty scam we are funding.
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    • Cause its just a small dehumidifier
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    • So a shitty dehumidifier?
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    • Because you need like 2 square meters of solar panels in direct sunlight to power a cold air condenser and even then the efficiency of water collection is dependent on the moisture in the air
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    • Check: ThunderFoot, on YouTube. He explains clearly why this is a BAD IDEA.
      Sensino 20 jun
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    • Sounds like a scam if I’ve ever seen one. Now if anyone wants to make $500 fast just hmu
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    • Didn't somebody debunk this
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    • Unless you bike across texas daily you'll die of dehydration.
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    • It dosn’t work good at all I saw a video with a dude dude the math and for that small of a solar panel in optimal conditions it would take close to a month to fill and the one off the bike would take a week
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    • This only works in humid places, places that already have plentiful water
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    • What if someone farts around it?
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    • So you have to be at high altitude where the air is thin? No thank you that is the stupidest product ever. I live at sea level
      SergeyT 19 jun
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    • Because you can just bring a water bottle beforehand
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    • Ball sweat
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    • Mostly because it doesn’t fucking work. Shit like this always looks good in the little commercials they make to ask for funding, but when put to the test, they barely work at all because the technology simply isn’t feasible. Just like the underwater breathing thing from awhile ago.
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    • Detroit or New York water would literally taste like shit.
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    • It's actually just collected swass
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    • It's literally a dehumidifier. Drink from the gathering tray in the dehumidifier and tell me how well that keeps you hydrated. That's why
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    • The technology is there but not nearly strong enough. The idea is to use magic and electricity to move the heat from one side of a thingy to another, they hope they can keep one end cool enough tht water condensed on the cold end and drops into a bottle... this would take too much power via solar
      pjolah 20 jun
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    • We aren't funding it because it is retarded. Although some retards did fund it a little bit
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    • All the people who watch ThunderFo0t seeing this shit :
      Tit_Otaku 20 jun
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    • It's a piece of garbage. Thunderfoot made a good video explaining why.
      Nebulion 19 jun
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    • Its a fucking dehumidifier. Good luck in Arizona.
      smalldong 19 jun
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    • Thunderfoot debunked it, a massive home dehumidifier would take hours to fill the bottle, that tiny solar panel would take days to fill it in humid weather. Not enough power.
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    • Probably just collects your gooch juice from a long sweaty ride and puts it in that there bottle
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    • Thunderf00t
      ianalan 19 jun
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    • Wrong you are actually drinking your own ass sweat.
      PatW 21 jun
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    • Can we lay the "why we no fund this" meme to rest? A lot of the shit that was shown in this meme 7 years ago were scams.
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    • We looked at this in AP Physics 2 class. It’s not thermodynamically possible. In 80% humidity, it needs 20 ft^2 (a wall outlet of power) of the worlds most efficient solar panels to get 1 L of water in like 8 hours. It’s a scam. They stole stupid people’s money & purposely went out of business.
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    • Because it’s probably another bulls to Kickstarter scam
      Adampazaz 21 jun
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    • Would probably taste like shit
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    • Why would you even want to do that? You are already powering the motion of a bike, just add an electric motor to the rear wheel and you’ll get significantly more power generation. And it’s not like that isn’t clean energy
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    • Ya only takes a week to get 4 drops of water
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    • Pick a better placement. Thats fart water territory
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    • The guy who inventwd these posted this meme lol
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    • Why not power it off of pedaling?
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    • I like to pee into humidifiers and then run the dehumidifiers at same time and then give the collected water from the dehumidifier to my step dad as a drink :)
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    • Why fund something when you can just buy it right now there callled dehumidifiers
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    • SCAM
      jaystrong 20 jun
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    • yea it produces a few drops of water a day even in medium humidity, that's why. its shit
      JJBASIC 20 jun
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    • Because this shit does not really work. It is a scam.
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    • The technology is real but I think they use like big solar panels to provide water to houses I doubt it could be small enough to fit on a bike and still be able to fill a bottle efficiently
      ZubZub 20 jun
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    • That shit is gonna be soo crisp it’d be like 3am water times 10
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    • There have been 8 billion kickstarter projects for the same thing. A bottle that claims to fill itself out of thin air. They're all so incredibly slow, it's not worth using.
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    • That’s crazy the inventor committed suicide all of a sudden damn.
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    • portable dehumidifier. :)
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    • Because it's Kickstarter crap
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    • Anythings a dildo if you're brave enough.
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    • I have a bachelor's in biology and have taken tons of chemistry classes. But can anybody explai this chemistry to me? How do you use solar energy to condense water? Condensation is taking water from a vapor to a liquid which requires removing energy. Often done with a cold surface. Mini fridge?
      Cacaonut 19 jun
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    • One word
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    • Even if it takes forever, if you're biking cross country for hours that's still awesome, less time you have to stop for a fill up
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    • It's actually pretty crap, in theory even it would take a long time, and wouldn't work with the amount of energy solor power provides, plus they make water coolers that will genuinely do this, which is useful if you live on an island or something, but they have mega filters cause air water (1/2)
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    • That's a bad idea
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    • Great idea. Too bad it’s another idealized scam that in its current form isn’t feasible.
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    • Because according to the laws of thermodynamics it would take about a week to fill up in normal enviroments. Some guy made a video debunking this product on yt and if you wanna see what i mean just watch it.
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    • Bruh look at it, it probably takes 3 hours of biking to get one mouth full
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    • Where do they get the hydrogen?
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    • Because it likely isnt cost efficient on a large scale.
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    • Mm..yes...SWEAT BOTTLE
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    • Isn’t effective I’ve done a product test, I rather use the extra space for a water bottle cage
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    • Wasn’t it being funded and was a total scam?
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    • The humidity in Florida would fill it up in no time
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    • Why not instead switch it out for kinetic energy? I mean you’re already cycling, no need to look like a bigger asshole.
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    • Cuz it's completely bs
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    • Fill it with my cum
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    • Ppl realize if it was funded it would work better?
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    • THERE IS NO WATER IN THE AIR!
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    • “Finally, a worthy opponent!”
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    • Because it still has to go through filters and filtered water is disgusting
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    • It’s not being funded because water bottle companies will not make any money from this
      ModelT101 22 jun
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    • This would be perfect for the zombie apocalypse
      L0AF 19 jun
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    • Because its a scam
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    • Because it’s a scam, duh.
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    • Thunderfoot debunked this. Its crank science
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    • Because this shit doesn't work in any usable way. Any start up that promises you refillable water from the air is a full on scam and is just reinventing the dehumidifier.
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    • It would take the moisture from your farts.
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    • Wonder how safe that drinking water would be in a city with a smog problem.
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    • Cuz you can make it yourself
      BigAlmond 23 jun
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    • So there’s this car that runs on water, man
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    • Prolly expensive as hell even if it worked
      Bubbernub 23 jun
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    • Oh shit.. Alhambra gonna suicide him
      kiln4u 23 jun
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    • Money and price to produce
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    • Solar power does suck absolute balls though
      Rebupp 22 jun
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    • It’s not i dehumidifier because instead of dehumidification tech it uses not working at all
      bradpad 22 jun
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    • Ok it just doesn’t work
      bradpad 22 jun
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    • Cough cough scam cough cough
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    • We did fund it, unfortunately.
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    • Guy on youtube called thunderfott or something already talked about how shit this is
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