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Waatr Bottle

From the same team that brought you the CrazyCap, comes this innovative bottle powered by cutting-edge 4D Purification technology that filters, sterilizes and even analyzes your drinking water. The Waatr Bottle is an advanced hydration vessel that treats your water by first using dual UVC LEDs to destroy viruses, bacteria, and pathogens. Then it filters your water by using a proprietary blend filter cartridge system to remove metals, chemicals, organic and particulate matter. Lastly, it uses a natural blend of minerals to add a crisp taste-just like artesian water. watch the video below



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