This smart water bottle syncs with your smartphone and delivers studio-grade sound
Integrating smart technology into a simple water bottle is not a new concept.
There have been numerous attempts to crowdfund these projects. Some successful, others not. Most of them, however, perform the same function: Monitor your hydration levels. A journalist from Gizmodo even made an impassioned rant about them.
Hong Kong-based startup SDigital is introducing something different into the mix — high-quality audio.
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Its smart water bottle Spritz uses studio-grade audio technology called BONGIOVI DPS processing. According to SDigital, this technology is based off the same recording technology utilised in a recording studio frequented by many renowned musicians such as Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Eric Clapton.
In addition to high quality audio, the water bottle is also able to deliver a uniform 360-degree sound dispersion using its Acoustic Turbine Architecture.
By syncing with your smartphone, Spritz is able to stream music wireless. You can also use an SD card and operate it as a standalone MP3 player. SDigital claims the water bottle can run for 10 hours on a single charge. Its exterior is waterproof (for obvious reasons) and rugged (in case your fellow gym rat tosses it across the room in anger because of your Justin Bieber loop mix)
Just in case you get too engrossed in your jam, Spritz also sends out alerts and pauses the music to remind you to stay hydrated. It also automatically pauses the music on your smartphone if you receive a call.
Currently, Spritz costs US$35 on its Indiegogo campaign page. It has raised US$8,350, which is 67 per cent shy of its flexible goal of US$25,000, with 27 days left on the calendar.
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