The MemoBottle will make sure you don’t forget about your mandatory water intake


It’s hard to drink a lot of water during the day. We’re supposed to drink 64 ounces daily, which doesn’t seem like much, but if you sat it all in front of you at once you would wonder how it’s possible. It’s easy to down loads of coffee or tea, but you also need lots of plain ole H2O. The best way to remind yourself to down this liquid is to carry around a water bottle.

We have a differentiation between a bottle of water and a water bottle. The first will be thrown away as it’s usually made of flimsy plastic, and seeing as it comes from a certain brand, you get used to water from that brand tasting a certain way (refilling it from the tap or filtered water never tastes the same, so we toss the bottle and buy new ones). The water bottle usually means getting water from home or a faucet at work in a bottle you’ll use over and over again. Of course, this is often oddly shaped, and doesn’t fit in our bags with the rest of our gear easily. Seeing that most of the messenger bags and backpacks we have now primarily hold slim, flat objects, it should only make sense that our water bottle would follow suit.

The MemoBottle is shaped like a book, but can hold anywhere from 750mL to 1.25 L of water. This will make it easier for many to transfer to using a water bottle rather than buying a bottle of water almost daily. There are three sizes of these streamlined containers available, and all are made of BPA-free plastic that is both durable and dishwasher safe. It’s leak-proof, which means you can set it right next to your laptop or documents without worry that something might get soaked. This is currently an overtly successful crowdfunding campaign, and if you would like to invest in your own MemoBottle, it will cost you around $30-40.

Available for crowdfunding on Kickstarter

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