Hydration has a new hero. Genuine Thermos Brand introduces its smartest product innovation yet – the Thermos Connected Hydration Bottle with Smart Lid. Now available in Canada, the Connected Bottle allows consumers to customize and monitor their water intake through the Thermos Smart Lid app and stay hydrated, no matter what life throws at them. The Connected Bottle Works with Fitbit, a leader in the connected health and fitness market, letting consumers track their water intake so they can more easily meet their hydration goals to help maintain energy and overall health.
Using the free Thermos Smart Lid app (available in English and French on the App Store), users can set personalized daily water intake goals by entering their age, gender, height, weight and activity level. A sensor tube on the lid detects how much water is consumed throughout the day and syncs with the Thermos Smart Lid app through a Bluetooth® connection to provide automatic, real-time tracking. The app will also remind users to drink more water when they are not on track to meet their goal. The bottle tracks each drink of water as well as the overall progress toward the user’s daily, weekly and monthly hydration objectives.
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“The Thermos Connected Hydration Bottle with Smart Lid has been a great success in the United States and we are excited to offer it to the Canadian market,” said Julie Ryan, senior vice president of sales and marketing, Thermos L.L.C. “Now, Canadians can ensure hydration is part of their healthy, active, on-the-go lifestyle. We are proud to offer a connected device that easily syncs with leading wearable technology platform from Fitbit and allows people to effortlessly include hydration in their daily health monitoring.”
The Thermos Connected Hydration Bottle with Smart Lid features a rechargeable, lithium-ion battery that will hold a charge for up to 12 days. The product will retail starting at $89.99 and will be available for purchase at select retailers, including London Drugs, Amazon and Walmart.