Apple has released a water bottle that can be purchased for about $59.95.
The HidrateSpark water bottle is now available for $59.95 on Apple’s website and in stores (nearly Rs 4,600). The smart water bottle is currently only available in the United States. This water bottle is clever because it can track your daily fluid intake and sync it with Apple Health.
Whereas Apple’s iPhones were once popular, the company has now released a product that many people may enjoy. Apple has, in fact, released a water bottle. You will most likely be surprised when you hear the price. Please be advised that the company’s price has remained unchanged at $59.95. It costs around Rs 4,600 in India, according to the current exchange rate.
Apple had previously released a Polishing Cloth for around Rs 1,900. This bottle has also been released in the same way. Let us tell you that this bottle was created by HidrateSpark, a trillion-dollar company based in the United States. The HidrateSpark water bottle costs $59.95 (roughly Rs 4,600) on Apple’s website and in stores. It is currently only available in the United States.
What makes this bottle unique: It’s also crucial to understand why this water bottle is so smart.
Explain that it will keep track of how much water or liquid you consume each day. It’s compatible with Apple Health. The HidrateSpark, like the iPhone, comes in two versions. HidrateSpark Pro is one of them, and HidrateSpark Pro STEEL is the other. They are available for $59.95 and $79.95, respectively.
The HidrateSpark Pro STEEL is available in two colors: silver and black. It has a bottom-mounted LED sensor that detects water intake. It also sends a Bluetooth alert to Apple Health.
It is currently unavailable in India, but the US launch has sparked interest in new technology for the sake of new technology. Apple revealed a polishing cloth last year that would wipe Rs 1900 from your wallet. The exorbitantly priced microfiber cloth did not impress anyone, especially since alternatives at a fraction of the price were available on the market.
How does a smart water bottle simplify our lives if we ignore the cost?
Most of us may be dehydrating ourselves, particularly those in high-intensity occupations, the elderly who may forget to drink, or those who prefer sweetened beverages to plain water.
The popular advice to drink eight glasses of water per day has been debunked by scientists. They say it depends on temperature, climate, physical activity, physiology, and other factors. All of this is taken into account by smart bottles. People with kidney stones or urinary tract infections, on the other hand, should stick to a strict daily water consumption goal.
The humble water makes a comeback into our routines as people become more health-conscious and diet conscious, albeit in a fancier package (some argue for the sustainability of smart bottles also as opposed to plastic bottles).
Your body, on the other hand, is smart and can tell you how much water you need to drink.
When your throat, mouth, eyes, or skin feels dry, when your urine is distinctly yellow, when you have unexplained body aches, or when you feel fatigued and disoriented, these are all signs that you need to drink water. During these times, drink plenty of water; you’ll feel much better.
Water intoxication, on the other hand, is a condition in which too much water enters cells, causing them to swell and cause confusion, drowsiness, and headaches. When you drink too much water, your sodium levels will be diluted. Sodium acts as a gatekeeper for fluid entry into cells, and when it is reduced, water rushes in and cells swell. You could have seizures, fall into a coma, or even die as a result of it.
Allow your body to tell you how much water you should drink; there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Alternatively, according to a 2020 report on the Harvard medical school website, healthy people should drink fluids gradually throughout the day, including water-rich foods like salads. If you’re sweating a lot and losing a lot of water, drink 2-3 cups of water every hour.