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2021.01.23 08:02

Germany- im ready

Todays topic: tilted window.

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that I took for granted. but I guess I was wrong. Here in Germany it is normal to tilt a window instead of opening it completely. just to get some fresh air. we seldom open the window completely. but as i found out this is something new in many countries. for me it's normal. I would be confused if you couldn't do that ..

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  • Lucas 2021.01.23 08:06

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    Wow it’s very useful🐥
  • Lays 2021.01.23 08:07

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    That’s interesting!
  • jolene 2021.01.23 08:07

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    @Lucas thats true
  • tattom 2021.01.23 08:09

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    Doesn't that window open normally?
  • Owen 2021.01.23 10:10

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    @jolene :It's really creative to tilt the window instead of opening it completely. It can not only breathe fresh air, but also prevent dust and other pollutants from entering the room. In China, a layer of screen is added to the window to filter out the dust in the air. In this way, the window can be opened completely.
  • 海豚哥哥 Dolphin_Malaysia 2021.01.23 11:13

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    When I first saw tilted window, I thought why no one repair the broken gap. When I looked closer, I thought who is the smart person that design this tilted window. When I back to Asian countries, I thought where can I buy this tilted window. IF a fire incident happen, tilted window actually way better design than some Asian totally steel block window.
  • Domi 2021.01.28 10:27

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    I loved it when I was in Germany! It's quite useful especially when it rains
  • jolene 2021.01.28 10:32

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    @Domi its true. Really useful

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