Hmmm, is it me, or does everything seem to get smarter and smarter these days? After all, the human body is “electric” in a sense, where it is made up of atoms, electrons, protons, and neutrons, and happens to be a driving force behind the modern innovation that we find in a myriad of sensors, smartphones, wearables, and consumer products, to say the least. Global Ionics LLC has introduced Beverage Power not too long ago, where this happens to be a drinking vessel that is powered by the human body, and will be accompanied by a patented voltage booster circuit and a solitary AAA battery. This is a potent combination that generates a small, safe electric current within any beverage, and you woul be surprised to hear that there are astounding results and benefits attached to this, since tastes will be altered and enhanced.
For instance, salty drinks will taste saltier, sugary drinks will taste sweeter, and champagnes taste a whole lot more bubbly. Beer, the nectar of the gods, will also taste fresher, fizzier, and the new drinking device is more than capable of ensuring that a flat beer can be brought back to life.
Ken Davidov, CEO of Global Ionics, claims that this is a groundbreaking beverage device which can go in so many directions. “With our new innovation, beverage companies can lower sodium and sugar in their products and still achieve great taste, while providing a healthier drink. Our objective is to provide beverage devices and innovations that will speed up recovery due to dehydration, boost energy, flush out toxins, act as an antioxidant, and enhance the body’s immune system.”
Definitely not any ordinary drinking glass, the Beverage Power device can be attach to any cup, glass, or water bottle, where you then fill it up with your favorite beverage. As you drink, your hand will touch the metal “acti-strip” on the side of the cup. The moment the the beverage touches the lip or mouth, the electric circuit is complete, and millions of negative ions enter the body. The light adds to the novelty, making this worth checking out if you would want something new in the kitchen.