Hydrade Uses Solar Power to Keep You Hydrated and Connected to Your Health
If you’re shopping around for a reusable water bottle, you’re probably feeling a little overwhelmed. There are hundreds of options that all serve one purpose: to keep you hydrated. But Hydrade is a water bottle that does more. It’s a solar-powered smart device that sends you gentle reminders to drink while also tracking your fitness and health goals.
Hydrade connects to your smartphone to offer customized recommendations. This is based off of your age, gender, weight, and geographical location. Once you complete the initial survey, users can connect Hydrade to their smartphones, fitness trackers, and health apps. This will help Hydrade offer even more accurate recommendation.
The bottle’s sensors determine how much water is in the bottle and how much you are drinking. This technology can also determine if you are drinking the water or if you are pouring it out. So if you are sharing your water with your furry friend, the correct amount of water that you take in will still appear on the companion app.
Solar cell sensors are also embedded in the bottle. The sensors detect when sunlight is available and then absorb the light to recharge. It takes about 20 hours for Hydrade to completely charge. However, the bottle is always charging when exposed to sunlight. The only time Hydrade is not charging is when it is placed in a darkened room. Hydrade’s battery life will last for at least five years.
Each Hydrade bottle is made with high-quality, eco-friendly materials. This includes stainless steel and food-grade plastics. The bottle offers a double wall of insulation, which keeps drinks cold for 22 hours and hot for 13 hours. The BPA-free bottle is also safe to toss in the dishwasher. There are several different colors to choose from: yellow, red, blue, green, black, and stainless steel.
When you buy a Hydrade bottle, you are also helping provide water to someone in need. Hydrade works with Bazaarian and Charity: Water to distribute water to those in developing countries. Charity: Water has helped more than 8 million people get access to clean water since 2006.
If you are struggling to keep track of your daily water intake, Hydrade is here to help you take your health into your own hands.