Ozmo Smart Travel Mug Tracks Your Daily Beverage Consumption

With built-in sensors, Ozmo smart travel mug tracks your daily beverage consumption including both water and coffee and help you stay hydrated all day. Like the feature? Let’s keep going.

Ozmo Smart Travel Mug

The Ozmo is an advanced and app-enabled smart travel mug that comes in two models: Ozmo Active and Ozmo Java+. As we can see from the images, both models shows off a sleek and minimalistic design, and its no-spill lid and portable design allows you to take the smart cup anywhere, and it also fits in most car cup holders.

As a smart travel mug, Ozmo is able to track both coffee and water. Using built-in Bluetooth technology, it syncs tracking data to the connected smartphone, so you can use its custom app to view the status of your daily water consumption or set your daily hydration goal in order to ensure you get enough water to stay hydrated and drink right amount of coffee in a day.

Ozmo Smart Travel Mug

The smart mug measures 9.33 inches tall and the internal volume can hold 16 oz of liquid goodness, and each is made of Tritan which can withstand head up to 95 degrees centigrade and is BPA free. Moreover, built-in rechargeable battery offers 3 weeks battery life. As a premium version, Ozmo Java+ has an included wireless charging pad. With its built-in heater, the pad can also be used to keep your coffee or tea hot all day.

Ozmo Smart Travel Mug

The Ozmo has been available for preorder via Kickstarter. You can pledge $60 to preorder an Ozmo Active smart cup ($75 for Ozmo Java+). The standard version will be shipped in December this year, and the premium version will not be shipped until June next year. BTW, also don’t miss Vessyl smart cup and more related cool stuff by following tags. Update: the bottle has been available on Amazon for $69.99 USD.

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