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TechnologyLifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink

13:36  16 september  2019
13:36  16 september  2019 Source:   cnet.com

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The sustainable smart water bottle that helps you stay hydrated by turning ordinary water into a drink packed with flavor, essential vitamins The LifeFuels Smart Water Bottle that syncs to your app and fuels your day. "This high-tech bottle is like an on-the-go Keurig machine for all-in-one nutrition."

The water bottle does work on its own, though. There's a smartwatch-sized display lodged in the will have to be done every couple of days -- depending on how much you like to supplement your life . Understandable, then, that LifeFuels is focusing on athletes, gyms and personal trainers at this initial

As a kid, did you ever mix a bunch of sodas together to create your own flavor? The LifeFuels smart nutrition bottle is like that, but for sports drinks. This smart water bottle houses up to three nutrient-enriched flavor concentrates at a time and dispenses them so you can create your own sport drinks. It also tracks how much water (or sports drink) you drink everyday. The bottle retails for $179 and goes on sale today.

LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. The LifeFuels bottle and the FuelPods. Angela Lang/CNET

The company is backed by Keurig Dr. Pepper, and it uses a similar model as a Keurig coffee maker, with flavor concentrates in contained plastic pods called FuelPods. The pods also have various nutrients and vitamins to mimic a sports drink. In an effort to curtail plastic waste and perhaps avoid the flack that Keurig has endured for its plastic pod waste, you can send the empty pods to the company for recycling.

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LifeFuels has a smart water bottle that dispenses nutritional drink mixes based on hydration and fitness tracking . Water , everyone knows, is the ultimate hydrator. It ’s the only substance in the world that every living thing needs. But for those who want or need a little something more to keep their

However, drinking too much can lead to water intoxication, which can cause symptoms as severe as seizures and brain damage. But the amount of water isn't the only factor. How long you take to drink the water also counts. You have a greater risk of developing water intoxication if you drink a lot of

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While trying the LifeFuels bottle, I felt like a water bottle that I have charge was overkill. But, I also was impressed by how well it worked once I charged the bottle, installed the FuelPods and connected it bottle to the LifeFuels companion app (yes, I am well aware of how absurd all that sounds just for a water bottle).

LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. The bottle houses 3 flavor pods that you can mix and match. Angela Lang/CNET

By pressing a button on the bottle or using the app, you can dispense as much flavor concentrate you want. Then, you just shake the bottle to mix it into the water in the upper chamber. The bottle supports three pods at once, and you can mix and match them to create custom beverages. The flavors I tried were Peach, Lemon Lime and White Grapefruit Citrus. While I found all of them to be too sweet for my taste, if you are used to drinking Gatorade, these are just as sweet and flavorful.

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Drinking enough water can help you burn fat and increase your energy levels. This page explains exactly how much water you should drink in a day. You are constantly losing water from your body, primarily via urine and sweat. To prevent dehydration, you need to drink adequate amounts of water .

LifeFuel says the bottle has "all-day" battery life and that it charges wirelessly. The FuelPods can either contain vitamins, like calcium, zinc or iron, water flavor enhancements, like coffee or coconut, or supplements, like Only 5 for a water bottle that tells you how much water you drank out of it ?

Flavors or not, the bottle does a good job of tracking how much water is in it and how much you drink, down to the millimeter. Every time you take a swig, the app records exactly how much you drank and shows you how much water is left in the bottle in the app. It'll also send you updates throughout the day nudging you to drink more.

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LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink
LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink

My biggest gripe with the bottle is that it's heavy and the upper chamber that holds water is small. LifeFuels promises about a week of power on a single charge, but the beta version of the bottle I tried only lasted a few days on standby before the battery drained. The company says the bottle is "life proof," and it feels about as durable as any other water bottle I've used. That said, I would avoid dropping it because if the internal components get damaged, you'd lose all of the features that makes this bottle so expensive.

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Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. ( Keurig ), scheduled to be merged into Keurig Dr Pepper, a leader & challenger in the Its portable drink system uses a smart bottle and FuelPods LifeFuels is based in Virginia and led by CEO and Founder Jonathon Perrelli and CTO and Founder Rob Lawson-Shanks.

See more information about LifeFuels , find and apply to jobs that match your skills, and connect with people to advance your career. LifeFuels is a beverage technology company and creator of the world’s first portable beverage maker. The LifeFuels bottle will be available to consumers in 2019.

LifeFuels is the Keurig of water bottles and it tracks how much you drink© Angela Lang/CNET

LifeFuels says its bottle is for anyone, but really, most people don't need this level of sophistication in a water bottle. I could see it being worth it for elite athletes (pros and college-level) who need to be conscious of how much water and electrolytes they're getting each day.

Beyond that, it could be a useful tool for someone who doesn't drink enough water every day, especially if they need flavors to entice them and notifications to remind them. There are far cheaper and more simple options out there you should try first, however, like these water flavor drops and any of these water-tracking bottles.

Do you really need a $180 water bottle? That's for you to decide. But if you're already intrigued enough to read this far, the LifeFuels bottle does everything it promises and then some.

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