Remember when we talked about how bad I am at drinking water? I’m better now, but still… not great. I often get dehydrated. I had the thought the other day… My FitBit reminds me to get enough steps a day, what if there was a water bottle that did the same!
Sadly, I did not just invent something new and ground breaking. Fortunately, it’s already been invented. Hydration trackers are a thing, and I’m debating getting one. But which one…
The Mark One Pryme Vessyl looks cool (despite the flagrant misspellings). I dig the super-convenient coaster that charges it. But this is actually the most poorly-rated smart water bottle in the list.
H20 Pal looks like a good choice, but I literally can not tell what it is. Is it that water bottle? Is it an add-on to a water bottle. WTF is it!? “H2O-Pal is a thin device at the base of the bottle. Magnetic and vacuum connections enable a sleek design and easy setup.” What does that mean? I’m confused by this one.
I dig that the Thermos 24 Ounce Hydration Bottle can connect to my Fitbit app, but the reviews are also not-so-great.
Or maybe a water bottle robot is over-kill. This Thermos water bottle just has a twisty counter on the top, that you can turn to keep track of your drinking, every time you fill the bottle.
Anyone else using a hydration tracker? What kind do you use? How’s it working out for you?