Hydracoach intelligent water bottle

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  1. KD

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    Ooooh, another gadget :D

    Sharper Image : Water Bottles : Sportline HydraCoach Intelligent Water Bottle

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    • World's first "intelligent" water bottle "thinks while you drink" to achieve and maintain healthy hydration.
    • Calculates your body's hydration needs, tracks your water intake, and paces your consumption for optimal benefits.
    • Displays the amount and percentage of water consumed relative to your daily hydration goals.
    • LCD screen also shows time, date, fluid intake per hour and time elapsed.
    • Silicone mouthpiece is angled for easy sipping. Features ring for hooking on a carabiner clip. Holds 22 oz.
    • Runs on CR2032 button-cell battery (included).
     
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  3. Dancing

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    that's interesting! you going to buy one? let me know what you think, if you do
     
  4. crazyjane

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    aaahh so that's what I can get my water glugging husband for Christmas! he'll be delighted there's a CD compatible gadget out there!
     
  5. KD

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    Nah..I wont buy one. I'm afraid I never managed to keep the water thing going. One glass a week if I'm feeling particularly holy:eek:
     
  6. sumayyah

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    wow where do we buy em!
     
  7. sumayyah

    sumayyah please try again

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    hmm shame its in america
     
  8. KD

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    It has been known to turn up on ebay.co.uk.

    Perhaps worth saving a search for it.
     
  9. Dancing

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    oh karion .... tsk tsk re the water. It is so good for you and your skin, etc. - maybe I'll buy you one and scare you into seeing how dehydrated you are so you up your water intake ! :)
     
  10. KD

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    Haha. The BBC Truth About Food programme said it didn't help your skin :D So that was that :D

    I'm not dehydrated though cos my scales say I'm not:p Do drink a lot of other drinks though.

    Perhaps a little too much coffee at the moment though:eek:
     
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    really doesn't help the skin huh. How did they test it? Do you have a link i could read? I believe it is the best and cheapest moisturiser there is. I would be interested to know more about the programme
     
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    Trust you to find this KD! :D

    I am a total gadget fiend and buy far too many!!

    I want one!!!!
     
  13. KD

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    It was a fab series. Covered loads of topics. Metabolism, low carb way of eating, vegetarians, sugar and hyper kids, the benefits of having soup to delay hunger :D

    They repeated it not long ago so I guess it won't be on again for a while. I'll see if I can find a link though.
     
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    well have checked ebay and theres an international seller who has a couple for £12.13 with about £10 for postage
     
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    I've had one for a few months - they sell them in Debenhams.
     
  17. SoonToBeGorgeous

    SoonToBeGorgeous Loving the Cambridge Diet

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    Sounds good!
     
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    I want one, how much are they in Debenhams?
     
  19. Kate

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    Sorry Dawn, I can't remember - it was a while back.
     
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    Apparently there in John Lewis £24.95
     
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    Hmm, I know in Debenhams it cost less than £20, although I can't remember the exact amount. £24.95 seems a lot!
     
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