Tell me this isn't a very good invention, damn us plumbers for not coming up with this idea ourselves.
From the way it looks, it's super simple, and incorporates a jetted nozzle that has the free atmosphere surrounding the tube that allows for a connection to remove water.
In the process of jetting the water into the tube, it then suctions the water around it that enters into the tube.
The jury is still out, given it is a new product, and it claims 1200 gallon per hour removal. Equation says 10 parts to 1 part water.
For light duty use, I've found a million things that DON'T work, so for less than $20 I think it's at least got a chance.
I would say it needs a stand to support it, so someone could leave it in a spot so it'll work.
Like they always say; if it is good, someone will steal the idea and try to change it, make money off of it as well. Time will tell. I can see how it works, just curious as to "how" good it works.
Thoughts and Opinons?