LifeStraw brings its proven instant filtration technology to water bottles. The LifeStraw Universal is the first water bottle to have a two-stage filtration system. It comes with two different caps, so it fits inside most water bottles.
WaterBrick’s signature product is a stackable and durable BPA-free plastic container that totes up to 3.5 gal of water or 27 lb of dry food. There’s also a 1.6 gal variant, one that has a wide opening, and one that’s filled with vehicle emergency supplies.
Quartz claims that its insulated bottle can keep tap water 99.99% free from bacteria and other microorganisms. It has an LED under its cap that emits ultraviolet light to kill or deactivate nasty germs. The LED fires up every 4 hours, and lasts up to 3 months per charge.
An underwater drone that can record videos at 4K/25fps, stream at 1080p and shoot at up to 5fps. Its 12MP camera is mounted on a 2-axis gimbal for smooth shots. It works up to 98ft away, and lasts up to 2h per charge. It also has an optional fish-finding module.
Whether you find yourself thirsty in the great outdoors, or just in a place where the only thing to drink is questionable tap water, the 1HYDRO has you covered. This portable water bottle contains a special filter which removes 99.9% of waterborne bacteria & protozoan parasites.
Memobottle’s flat water bottles now come in two more sizes. The A7 holds up to 180ml while the Slim holds up to 450ml. Both are made of Tritan and can carry hot and cold drinks. There are also new accessories for all Memobottles, such as metallic caps and leather sleeves.
A brilliantly simple system that turns plastic bottles into water bladders. The Grip’enGo’s bottle cap adapter seals and fits on a variety of bottles, including juice and soda bottles. It makes it easy to enjoy different drinks on the go and clean the draw tube.
When you’re outdoors, you always want plenty of water. But carrying around a huge pack can be a pain. Fontus is developing water bottles that can capture condensation at a rate up to 0.8L per hour. The Airo goes anywhere, while the Ryde grabs water while you ride your bike.