Meet My Idra: First Water Bottle to Use Powerful Ceramic Filter
Featuring a double-layered stainless steel and glass construction, this water bottle comes with a unique filter that can remove 99 percent of chlorine from water in 0.8 seconds
Everyone is acquainted with the benefits of drinking water. Not only does it help to keep one hydrated but aids in relieving many health problems, too. The cleansing of water is as important as its consumption. Italy-based MY Idra is the first-ever invented water bottle that uses a powerful ceramic filter to purify the water you consume.
In this day and age where alarms are our constant reminders, MY Idra features an amazing design that helps you keep track of your water intake. Made from 100 percent plastic-free material, its technology fills up a detachable glass with timed drops to ensure that you’re drinking enough water and at the right time. It gives a visual cue to when it is time for you to drink water.
The product comes from the mastery of Italian artisans combined with the cutting-edge technology of the laboratories. The water trickles through the ceramic filters, using gravity to purify itself and progressively fills the cup.
It fills up a 236 ml glass every 15 minutes. Once full, the cup separates from the bottle, letting you drink directly from it, while the metal counter ring track how many glasses of water you have had in a day.
The bottle comes with a Claysilite filter and Claysilite pearl. A double-layered stainless steel and glass construction, with an exclusive little porous ceramic puck that can both filter as well as mineralize the water. The product claims to remove 99 percent of chlorine from the water in less than a second with the help of its sphere-shaped Claysilite pearl.
To clean the Claysilite filter, simply boil the filter once a month for 10 minutes to clean and rid pores of impurities. With sustainability in mind, this unique filter will practically last forever.
As of now, the innovation is available in two textures: pearl white and satin stainless steel. The sustainable bottle aims at providing plastic-free and quality water to people while producing zero waste and causing the least harm to the environment.
Up on Kickstarter for crowdfunding, this purifying plastic-free water bottle will start shipping in April 2022.