You often hear about the general problem of water pollution jeopardizing your health. While it can be tough to distinguish between legitimate science and climate change hoax reports, I hope everybody can agree that clean water is obviously preferably to dirty water. That is why the company N-hug invented this self-cleaning water bottle. This $39 water Bottle will amaze you with it’s smart functions and design.
A hygienic water bottle that makes the smartest solution to avoid using plastic bottles, N-hug is a fantastic self-cleaning bottle which uses UV-C technology and gives you 99.99% germs free water. Plus, while the final price of the bottle would normally be $99, you can pre-book this revolutionary high-tech self filtering water bottle on Indiegogo for only $39. The company is currently running an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for mass production, and getting a pre-order in early could result in big savings!
This water bottle will not only covert bad tap water into pure water, but after installing the smart app on your mobile phone you can track your water consumption to stay hydrated. This insulated water bottle keeps water warm for 15 hours and keeps it cool for up to a day. This N-hug bacteria free water bottle is also completely reusable, rechargeable, insulated water bottle.
It literally cleans itself and the water you put inside it: there’s no need to clean the water bottle every time meaning you can say bye-bye to weird odor water bottles.
Oh and did I mention this bottle is amazingly user-friendly. Just fill the bottle up anywhere and press the cap to activate UVC light and Water clean in 60 seconds.
Your Water is now ready to drink which is 99.99% bacteria and toxins free!
While you can expect a person can save up to $400 per year by using N-hug water bottle when compared to using plastic water bottles, by using this gadgetany.com special link you can get an extra 10% off on this bottle.
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