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Drinkable Air: The Future of Drinking Water!

This is Drinkable Air. The cleanest water in the world.

“When we started our Drinkable Air journey, we were really looking for a way to provide safe, clean, drinking water to the world. We had no idea that what we were creating would be this remarkable.” – John, creator of Drinkable Air.

Only one percent of the earth’s water is available as drinking water for humans and animals. Through the hydraulic cycle, water moves from oceans, to the atmosphere, to rivers and lakes below the ground—but the volume we have will never change—never increase.

The World Health Organization estimates that by the year 2025, demand for water will increase to the point that almost two-thirds of the world’s population will lack access to fresh drinking water.

And industrial civilization is contaminating the one percent of water we have left.

Drinkable Air uses Atmospheric Water Generation Technology to take advantage of the purest form of water on earth—our air.

The water from Drinkable Air tastes so good, and is so pure, that I love to use it for coffee, tea, cooking, making ice… I use it for everything. It’s really easy to change the filter, which I don’t need to do that often.

It looks great on countertops and has really become a conversation piece when we entertain guests.

Drinkable air is a convenient way to bring clean water to any space—no recycling, heavy lifting, plumbing, water lines, or pipes are required. Drinkable Air makes reducing waste from plastic simple and de-clutters your home.

Drinkable Air is already in airports, hotels, and office buildings. Clean water can’t stop there. It’s time for you to evolve to Drinkable Air.

Here are the top products on Amazon
for Drinkable Air solutions.

1. Drinkable Air | Residential Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) | Chameleon 8 | Black

2. Drinkable Air | Residential Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) | Chameleon 8 | Stainless/Black

3. NewAir WAT10W Pure Spring Water Filtration Bottle Filter (Up to 211 gallon), White

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