Would you buy one of these?

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Hi,

I have an idea to produce an air scoop that will cool tents, RV's and boats during the summer months regardless of the direction of the wind. I would like to know if there is any interest in the idea. If there is, then I will put the project up on Kickstarter where all the backers will get one 3D printed for their own particular situation.

Please view the video at this link, www.airwayze.com 

Many thanks,

Richard

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It would depend on cost, functionality, portability and appearance ( if it were to be a fixture ). More info needed to decide, but I guess you are concerned that somebody will steal the concept if you show it..

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No, we simply don't want or need more "stuff", we simply open selected windows when a need arises to address this particular issue; I don't doubt there are others who would.

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We have an air con which cools the caravan okay!

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