This water diversion/recycling system outside of a New York City restaurant relies upon a few basic parts: a plastic funnel, a repurposed plastic jug, and some tubing. Likely initially adopted in deference to customers who preferred not being leaked on by the air conditioner as they lined up outside or stepped out to take a cellphone call. The bonus of water conservation is notable, as well as the added convenience for the staff in charge of watering the flowers (as they no longer must perform the extra trip from an indoor faucet to the outdoor flowers when a container full of water awaits them outside).
This is what it takes to show skeptical potential customers in this Bangkok mall that the displayed products are as good as they claim to be. Points for going the distance with the true-to-life goods display, and a nice bit of hustle if you consider that, while this may show that your device of choice will adhere to the pads when the (implied) vehicle is stationary, it does not necessarily reflect what will happen when you pull near-G's around corners rushing to catch your flight out of Suvarnabhumi. Just sayin'.