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    Water transport method

    I love great technology. This is an easy way to transport 50 liters of water across flat terrain...


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    You are a very caring person, I see your special attention to vulnerable groups.
    Water using this method are indeed very smart and special.
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    Oh wow is there a donation site to buy these for families? Kind of like the ones where you can buy a goat or cow for someone?
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    That's neat, but how is that better or different than a wagon full of water jugs?

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    Wagon = skinny wheels. Think of your casters. I'd say a wagon would be harder to pull by a kid also. Who's going to buy them a wagon anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Young View Post
    I love great technology. This is an easy way to transport 50 liters of water across flat terrain...


    Are these jugs designed for this, or is this an ingenious way of using man's trash for their own benefit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by addiesue View Post
    Wagon = skinny wheels. Think of your casters. I'd say a wagon would be harder to pull by a kid also. Who's going to buy them a wagon anyway?
    That thing has to cost more than a wagon. A custom mold is
    needed to produce it. They probably already have wagons
    anyway.

    It's flat terrain. I see kids pulling each other around in those little
    red wagons around here sometimes.

    It is neat. I'm sure there is a good reason for not pulling a wagon instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buck_Nastier View Post
    That thing has to cost more than a wagon. A custom mold is
    needed to produce it. They probably already have wagons
    anyway.

    It's flat terrain. I see kids pulling each other around in those little
    red wagons around here sometimes.

    It is neat. I'm sure there is a good reason for not pulling a wagon instead.
    Yea who knows. There's no article or anything saying where it is. I just think of what I have seen in some areas where things are so scarce either way would be helpful. So I was wanting to help buy some kid a water jug and got drug into ... well you know.
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    Wise, I apologize for hijacking your thread. Adi's rudeness to Addiesue just angered me.

    It looks likes an interesting method. I know when we go camping, my children used to whine about lugging jugs of water, and it WAS quite an effort for them when they were small. They didn;t realize how lucky they were to only need to lug water when on vacation. Or that there were kids w/out piped water (or vacations for that matter ). I would suspect that they wouldn;t be very expensive to manufacture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by graybeard View Post
    Are these jugs designed for this, or is this an ingenious way of using man's trash for their own benefit?
    I was wondering the same thing

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