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iOS, Android
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Endless: FitBit, Apple Health, Samsun S-health, and more

AquaGenie Smart Water Bottle

Based on user feedback, we have decided to bring down the rating of this product to 2 stars. Issue: Delay in delivery and lack of communication. [Updated 8 May 2019]

Staying hydrated has never been easier thanks to the AquaGenie Smart Water Bottle. This intelligent vessel connects to your device as well as your fitness tracker using Bluetooth to record your hydration level. It automatically keeps the app and your fitness dashboards updated. The AquaGenie uses a patent-pending integrated sensor to monitor the water you consume from the bottle to contribute to a healthier lifestyle. It will even alert you with a glowing light right on the bottle when it’s time to take a sip, based on your own customized daily goals. In addition, you can use the bottle to check if you need more water without opening the app. A simple shake will cause the bottom of the bottle to glow. Green means you’re on track, yellow means you should take a few sips, and red means you’re behind. The AquaGenie comes with a wireless charging base which you can keep on your desk, table, or nightstand. Best of all, the AquaGenie bottle was designed with you in mind. It can withstand the wear and tear of your every day and also requires no batteries or disassembly to wash.

AquaGenie Smart Water Bottle
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.8/10
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Discovered on May 15, 2017, 4:00 pm EDT
Discovered by Ashley Timms
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