KOR Plus Water Bottle with Filter Delivers Hydrogen-Rich, Alkaline Water

KOR Plus water bottle with filter is designed to turn tap water into hydrogen-rich, alkaline water. Like the idea? Let’s continue checking.

KOR Plus Water Bottle with Filter

The KOR Plus is a well-designed and practical water bottle with filter that measures 9.47″ height by 2.74″/2.85″ diameter and has a volume of 21 oz. As shown in the images, the water bottle sports a sleek and smooth appearance design. The transparent body shows off a removable filter holder, and the slightly tilted, cylindrical contours let you comfortably hold the bottle in your hand.

KOR Plus Water Bottle with Filter

KOR Plus features a unique changeable filter made from coconut shells and infused with rare earth materials, so it’s not only able to remove impurities, but also add important electrolytes into the water in order to help you stay hydrated. All you need to do is just pull tap water in the bottle. Using a patent-pending process the water can be pulled through the filter, getting instantly filtered, pH balanced and infused with molecular hydrogen and electrolytes.

KOR Plus Water Bottle with Filter

Furthermore, the changeable filter delivers one-month use before replacement, and if you want to enjoy your favorite beverages with the bottle, you can easily remove the filter from the bottle. Moreover, the water bottle with filter is made from BPA-free Eastman Triton polyester, an FDA-approved and health-safe material. In addition, its custom app helps you track your daily KOR+ water consumption, calculate your KOR+ goal and improve your water drinking habit through a 30 day challenge.

The team of KOR Plus has raised enough crowdfund for the product via Indiegogo, by we can still pledge $26 to preorder the water bottle with filter. It’s expected to be shipped in November 2017.

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