If you are travelling or need to check the quality of your water on a regular basis you might be interested in a new water bottle which is capable of testing and providing feedback on your water quality in real time.
Not only that but the Ecomo water bottle is also capable of filtering your water allowing you to remove contaminants from your water before you drink it. The water bottle comes complete with its own smartphone companion application that allows you to monitor your water consumption as well as check its quality.
Watch the video below to learn more about this very unique water bottle which is being marketed as the very first to both test and filter your water. Its developers explain a little more about its inspiration, design and features.
Is your drinking water safe? Recent studies have found that supposedly “safe” tap water can contain anywhere from 20 to 30 chemical contaminants, including substances like pharmaceuticals, heavy metals, pesticides and fertilizers. Nearly 20% of the United States’ drinking water supply systems have some violations of the Safe Water Drinking Act.
Fill the Ecomo Smart Bottle up: you can use any water source, either from your home faucet, a nearby water fountain, or even from a stream. Test out the contaminants in your water simply with a shake. Make sure to secure the top before shaking the bottle. You can view the water quality from the LED display on the bottle or the Ecomo mobile app.
Once you know your water quality, you can filter the water with a simple twist. The bottle’s 3-in-1 filtration system contains an activated carbon fiber, ion exchange fiber, and a nano-fiber membrane. With this technology, Ecomo Bottle can remove most major contaminants, such as pesticides, petroleum products, bacteria, and most heavy metals.
For more information on the new Ecomo water bottle jump over to the Kickstarter website for details by following the link below.
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