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With QUARTZ Bottle, You Can Say Bye To Bacteria And Cleaning Of Bottle

You have water bottle and water is all around you, but you can’t just fill it up and drink because there are potentially harmful bacteria and whatnot. Then again, that’s for regular water bottle, not with the QUARTZ Bottle. QUARTZ Bottle has built-in UV-C LED light which its inventor claimed could get rid of up to 99.9999 percent bio-contaminants, thus making the water safer to drink. In other words, QUARTZ Bottle wants you drink water instead of bacteria. Continue reading With QUARTZ Bottle, You Can Say Bye To Bacteria And Cleaning Of Bottle

bkr 500 Collection: Drinking Elixir Of Life Has Never Been This Luxurious

You know, bkr? The water bottle maker that reinvented drinking from a bottle? The company’s simple but surprisingly elegant silicone sleeve-over-glass water bottles (with unusually small mouth, if we might add) have been used by celebrities and fashionistas who flaunt them like as if they were some designer handbags. The company basically takes the simple act of consuming the elixir of life and turn it into a lifestyle. And now, it looks like bkr has up its own game. Continue reading bkr 500 Collection: Drinking Elixir Of Life Has Never Been This Luxurious

This Smart Cup Knows Exactly What You Are Drinking and Keeps Track of Your Hydration Needs

With regard to a person’s hydration needs, we are sure you heard about the 8-cup rule. The truth is, the fluid a person needs for a day varies from day to day, depending on the given condition. But how will you know? Vessyl will tell you. The brainchild of San Francisco-based startup Mark One, the Vessyl is a beautifully designed cup that’s loaded with sensors to identify any liquid you choose to fill it with. Yes. Any liquid. It can collect data of the beverage ranging from bottled drinks, including alcohol, to homemade juices. And it goes beyond general liquid identification; it even go to length to breakdown the makeup of the liquid and present a brief on the cup. Detailed data of your drink such as how much caffeine, sugar, protein and calories are present is also available, accessible from the companion app installed on your Android or iOS devices. Continue reading This Smart Cup Knows Exactly What You Are Drinking and Keeps Track of Your Hydration Needs

All-new Square Water Bottle is a Water Filter and a Fruit Infuser, Still Opens at Both Ends Too

Number one problem with water bottles: you can’t effectively clean the inside, especially the bottom and because of that, it runs the risk of bacterias starting a party, which is obviously not great for us. Well, then again, we talking about an issue that has been resolved since 2012 by an outfit called Clean Bottle with a product called The Square. Two years on, the much lauded Square has a new version, a second-generation model, if you will. It shares much of the same trade as its predecessor, including a removable bottom for easy clean, an iconic square body so there will be no more runaway bottle (and it is still cupholder-friendly, btw), quarter turn lids for easy opening while keeping the fluid locked in, and it is of course, made of BPA-free materials. Continue reading All-new Square Water Bottle is a Water Filter and a Fruit Infuser, Still Opens at Both Ends Too

Zahota is a Modern and More Hygienic Take of the Ancient Wine Skin Bottle

If you love wandering in the great wilderness, you will appreciate what the Zahota Bota Drinking Bottle has to offer. So what’s wrong with the good’ol Bota that it calls for a redesign? Well, the major thing that puts us off is the material. Traditional Botas are made from animal hide (eww) and frankly, we wouldn’t drink from that. Besides, it is heavy and leather isn’t quite the best material in the world to keep water in and that’s not to mention that it can’t be cleaned probably. Also the cord-like shoulder strap tends to dig into your shoulder which means it is not going to comfortable to carry around. The traditional Bota is as good as it last and the folks behind Zahota think it is time for a change and hence the Zahota, and we couldn’t agree more. Continue reading Zahota is a Modern and More Hygienic Take of the Ancient Wine Skin Bottle

Paper-sized Water Bottles Let You Bring Water Along Without the Bulge in Your Laptop Bag

if the traditional cylindrical (or even squarish) water bottles have been stopping you from bringing drinking water when you hit the road, then we think Memobottle water bottles might change your mind. traditional cylindrical shape water bottles work fine with backpacks, sport bags and all, but we can’t say the same for laptop or messenger bags which are usually narrower or flatter in design. in such bags, a round drink containers really create quite a bulge to the bag, if it even fits at all. Memobottle here provides the ultimate solution that may have irks some of us by having the bottle in paper sizes, ranging from A5 to Letter size, thus allowing them be slipped easily into a laptop bag, along side with your notebook and laptop. Continue reading Paper-sized Water Bottles Let You Bring Water Along Without the Bulge in Your Laptop Bag

Lifestraw Go Sports Bottle

not everyone is keen in drinking right off a stream, which the original LifeStraw offers. we are guessing, if you are roaming in the wild, you probably want to be able to bring that ‘stream’ with you or at least, top it up in a bottle. this is where the Lifestraw Go Sports Bottle comes in. it combines the best of what the LifeStraw has to offer, i.e. removing bacteria, protozoan parasites and turbidity from contaminated water and gives you portable water to keep yourself hydrated, with a durable water bottle for you to consume on-the-go. all you have to do is to scoop the water from a river or pond, screw the lid back on and you are good to go. Continue reading Lifestraw Go Sports Bottle

BluFit Smart Water Bottle

with about 60 percent of our human body composition being water, it makes sense to keep ourselves hydrated. under normal circumstances, a grown person shouldn’t have problem knowing that he or she should be kept hydrated anyway, but in case you do need a little reminder every now and then, or simply want to monitor your fluid intake, then you’d be glad to know there’s actually an app and hardware for that. meet the BluFit, a connected smart water bottle that works in conjunction with an app to track your hydration process, set and monitor goals, and manage alerts. made of BPA and phthalate-free glass bottle with silicone sleeve, the BluFit smart water bottle is packed with Bluetooth LE chip for connectivity, water flow sensor to track your water intake, environment sensors, a rechargeable battery (good for six days of use per charge), and integrated multi-color LED lights (configurable to the color of your choice) to alert you that it is time to drink. Continue reading BluFit Smart Water Bottle

Gerber x Bear Grylls Canteen

if there’s anything that we learnt from Bear Grylls is we are having a too comfortable life and we thank him (or should it be Discovery?) for showing us the ropes for survival, albeit some methods being rather overly gross. hence, we welcome any product that have Grylls nod of approval and even more so if it bears his name (a name that’s synonymous with survival) on them, such as this awesome Gerber Bear Grylls Canteen. inspired by classic military canteen, this BG iteration features a nesting cup just like its military counterpart but in a more stylish copper tone colorway Continue reading Gerber x Bear Grylls Canteen

take a sip while cycling without taking your eyes off the road

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(credit: Showers Pass) VelEau Hydration System for Cyclist | US$79.99 | www.showerspass.com

cycling is an excellent way to keep fit but while long cycling trip is enjoyable, you will need to keep yourself hydrated to make up for the of fluid lost through perspirations. bottle cage and hydration pack are two common ways of keeping water handy while cycling. the problem is, reaching out for the bottle down below could be a dangerous affair, well, at least that’s what Showers Pass think so and apparently, due to such scenario, “races have been lost and riders have been injured by jettisoned water bottles.” so why not hydration pack? well, it adds weight on the rider and not to mention it is restrictive and unnecessarily warms the carrier’s back. Continue reading take a sip while cycling without taking your eyes off the road