CrazyCap is a new portable water sterilization system that you can use to sterilize water making it safe to drink. It is designed to replace the cap on a number of bottles and uses UV light to destroy up to 99.999 percent of bacteria, germs and more, ensuring that you water if always clean and safe to drink.
More and more of us have switched from disposable water bottles to reusable water bottles and the CrazyCap is the ideal accessory for your reusable water bottle. It offers chemical free water sterilization and stops mold and bacteria from growing in your water bottle. The video below gives us a look at the CrazyCap and some of its useful features.
The CrazyCap is powered by a rechargeable battery and it comes with a number of features that allow you to purify different types of water in just a couple of minutes. The device comes with an advanced 278 nm UVC LED by LG and it uses advanced light technology to purify your water. It also comes with a status indicator which lets you know the battery level.
The standard mode will purify tap water in just 60 seconds, which is pretty impressive. If you want to purify other water from say a lake or a pond, this can be done in around two minutes, a great feature to ensure that you have safe drinking water and ideal for camping and when you are away from home.
The CrazyCap also comes with an auto clean function that automatically activates itself six times a day in 20 second intervals, this ensures that your water and your bottle remains clean and safe throughout the day. The device also comes with a contact sensor which deactivates the UVC when it is not placed on the bottle.
The developers of CrazyCap are funding it on Kickstarter and prices for the this innovative water bottle cap start at just $38. You can find out more details about the CrazyCap over at Kickstarter at the link below. And they are also offering a compatible water bottle to work with the CrazyCap for an extra $18.
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