Water bottle uses friction to melt snow suitable for drinking

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One danger when mountaineering or participating in back-country snow sports is running out of water. It may seem odd to run out of water when surrounded by snow, but eating snow actually promotes dehydration and hypothermia. Most adventurers rely on small gas stoves to melt snow. Now there is a way to melt snow without the use of finite resources. The H2 Snow is an alpine survival tool that melts snow into drinking water using human power. It has an unlimited melting capacity. The H2 Snow was developed by RMIT design student Tim Lutton. It is a one litre drinking…

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