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With smart water bottles, one can stay hydrated without worrying about forgetting to drink water

You don’t have to remind yourself to stay hydrated any more. Now Smart water bottles will remind you to do that. Check some of these friendly products now available online.

Let’s drink some water


H2OPal tracks the time and amount of water intake. It comes with a water bottle made of borosilicate glass. The H2O tracker can also be used with any other bottle of the same size. The tracker is mounted to the base of the bottle using vacuum and magnetic connection. Once the tracker is synced to the H2O app, with the help of the accelerometer and weight sensor, it monitors the water level in the bottle and sends the data to the user. The app also reminds the users to keep themselves hydrated. Personalised hydration goals can be set in the app and it measures the progress over time. Available on Amazon.

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Ozmo Active

This is a USB chargeable smart bottle that can hold 473 ml of fluid. It is leak-proof and has sensors to detect water levels. It works with the Ozmo app, and the user can set hydration goals. There are three LED lights on the bottle which tell the user of their progress. The bottle vibrates if one has not had water from it for an hour. The app provides a daily, weekly and monthly breakdown of water intake. Available at

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HydraCoach intelligent water bottle

With a capacity of 650 ml, this bottle does not rely on a mobile app. It has a display screen and buttons to set the hydration target. The bottle is made of BPA-free polycarbonate semi-transparent material and works on a Lithium battery. The screen displays the percentage of water consumed in relation to the target. Available on Amazon.

Thermos Smart Lid Hydration Bottle

This bottle has a capacity of 700 ml and is made of BPA-free Eastman Tritan Copolyester. It works with the Thermos Smart Lid app using Bluetooth. All the electronic components are on the lid that can be recharged using a micro USB socket. The user can set a baseline or a customised hydration goal using the app. The sensor tube inside the bottle keeps track of the water and provides data on daily, weekly and monthly water consumption. The information can also be shared through e-mail or social media sites from the app. Thermos Smart Lid Hydration Bottle monitors the time of water intake and sends users reminders to drink water. Available on Amazon.

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Equa Smart Water Bottle

This stainless steel bottle has double insulation and works with the Equa app that provides personalised plans for water intake. It can keep its content hot or cold, for 12 hours and more. The tracker is attached to the base and has built-in LED lights to remind the user to drink water. It is detachable and can be charged using a micro USB port. Even without the app, one can find out information about water intake. An LED light indicates that the user is on track and hydrated. Visit

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Hidrate Spark 2.0

This bottle can hold 710 ml of water and is made of BPA-free Tritan plastic. It has a sensor stick powered by coin cell batteries. Each time one drinks from the bottle, the information is sent to the Hidrate Spark 2.0 app. To remind the user to drink water, notifications will be sent to mobile phones and the bottle will also glow during specific intervals. Customised hydration goals can be set in the app. Available online in Ubuy India.

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Printable version | May 29, 2020 4:47:21 PM |

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