The Flow is a Smart Filtered Water Bottle That Helps You Stay Hydrated

Using built-in sensors, the Flow smart filtered water bottle tracks your water intake and helps you stay hydrated, and changeable filter makes tap water taste great. Sounds cool? Let’s go on for the smart water bottle.

Flow Smart Filtered Water Bottle

The Flow is an advanced and stylish smart water bottle that aims to offer you a health and personalized way to stay well hydrated everyday. As we can see from the images, the smart water bottle shows off a sleek and minimal design, and its casing is made of aircraft grade aluminum alloy, which delivers us a durable and lightweight construction and premium and eye-catching look, meanwhile, a premium glass inner vessel keeps your water warm for a long time.

Flow Smart Filtered Water Bottle

Most importantly, the Flow features built-in 6-axis accelerometer and liquid volumetric sensors in order to track your daily water intake, and based on your age, height, weight, activity level and environmental conditions, the Flow can give you a personalized hydration program, moreover, its custom app can remind you to drink more water at right time via your smartphone or smartwatch.

Flow Smart Filtered Water Bottle

Furthermore, the smart water bottle also comes with a standard organic carbon water filter which makes tap water taste as good as bottled water. In addition, integrated ring on the cap lets you securely take the water bottle anywhere, and built-in Qi technology allows you to charge your Flow using any Qi-enabled wireless charging pad on the market.

The crowdfunding campaign for the Flow is ongoing on Indiegogo. You can pledge $70 to preorder the smart filtered water bottle. It will be shipped in April 2016. BTW, also don’t miss HidrateMe smart water bottle and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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