Amidst all of the amazing technological lifestyle advances that have been made readily available to us via app land, I can't say I'm surprised by the fact that there's now a smart water bottle that knows how hydrated you are. Like, of course there is. The seriously useful and totally genius product dubbed Pryme Vessyl, was created by some rad Apple and NIKE/Jordan designers who saw a need in the app market and the human body!
We all know how important it is to stay hydrated, especially in the brutal, hellish heat strokes of summer. You can't flip through a health, fitness, or lifestyle magazine without being bombarded with reminders of how imperative it is to get your eight glasses of water in each day. This is mainly because dehydration is a the cause of a countless plethora of ailments, disorders, and imbalances. It can affect everything from your skin to your brain power, and every headache, stomach ache, and split end in-between. Staying hydrated is a complete necessity, and most of us are probably a lot more dehydrated than we realize.
With Pryme Vessyl, users will be able to track their hydration levels in an educational and somewhat entertaining way. It makes drinking water feel less like a chore and more like a challenge. It creates a reward system that praises us when we meet our goals and nudges us when we fall short. Basically, it trains us to be better water drinkers, because for whatever reason, we all apparently suck at it ... why is it so hard to drink water?!
When you buy a Pryme Vessyl, you'll download the complementary app and enter your anatomical information, and after a few minutes, you'll be ready to go. The water bottle has sensors that will keep track of how much water you've consumed and how much more you have to go. You can check out the snazzy product video here:
The app will create goals for you based on your personal information and will calculate the best hydration plan for you. What's most impressive about this app is that it will make personalized plans for each user. It's not just a sensor that keeps track of your water line. It's a whole program built around your lifestyle, your habits, and your health. It's exactly the kind of app that trains its users how to improve their health in the long run, not just while they have room for the app on their phone. Which, let's be honest, is not too long. Apps have a few days to impress us and get us hooked before they get the boot to accommodate "Pokemon Go"'s massive size or our endless group chat situations that are filled with half our phone's storage of memes and videos.