Then Raindrop Mini is a watering-can which sits in a purpose-built bulge in any water drainpipe. As the rains gushes from your gutter to the drain below, the little can drinks its fill and sits ready to water your plants.
The urinal-shaped bulge in the pipe is actually the little brother of the Raindrop, also designed by Bas van der Veer. The Raindrop is much larger – looking like the belly of a pregnant giant – and features a water reservoir with a faucet as well as the same Raindrop Can as used by the mini.
Both the Raindrops are made from recyclable PE, manufactured in Holland and sold in garden centers, ready to be installed on fancy balconies across Europe. Just make sure not to install them at ground level, or anywhere that the drunken public might find them at night, or they may well end up getting filled with something other than pure rainwater.
Raindrops Mini [Bas van der Veer via Core77]
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Fuente: Gadget Lab