UIIO Wine Purifier

Aug 10, 2015

Category: Vices

The reason you get a headache every time you drink wine isn’t only because of the alcohol. In fact, it’s mostly because of the sulfites that are in every bottle of wine to help keep it preserved. But once you open the wine, you no longer need the sulfites. So, the geniuses at Uiio have designed a wine purifier which eliminates the chemicals from your wine.

Not only does Uiio’s device get rid of the unnecessary chemicals, but it also has a built-in aerator, which oxygenates the wine to let it breathe. It also removes the sediments from your wine. The company’s wine purifier gives your wine a nice swirl effect when pouring, and the unit itself is dishwasher safe. The Uiio is available for $50 right now on Kickstarter, and is expected to become available in February 2016. [Purchase]

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