Vessyl Smart Cup

Jun 13, 2014

Category: Tech

That “World’s Greatest Son” mug you sip from each day is not only blatantly immodest, it’s also not smart. The Vessyl, on the other hand, is.

Staying hydrated is of the utmost importance, and most people think it’s nothing more than consuming 8 glasses of water a day. Well it’s definitely a bit more complex than this, and that’s exactly where Vessyl comes into play. Shaped by renowned designer Yves Behar, Vessyl is a smart cup that tracks your hydration levels, syncs with popular activity trackers, and more. After 8 years of development, this smart cup can tell what you’re drinking and displays pertinent stats – like how much caffeine you’ve taken in, or how many calories you just polished off – on the outside of the cup. The makers say it can go for 5-7 days on just one charge, and the non-stick cup features a spill-proof lid and wireless charging base. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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