The only way to describe this is by imaging your Nespresso machine producing juice and being in a bottle and being controlled by your smartphone… whatttt?
This bottle looks mostly like a water bottle. It does however hold five “FuelPods” in the top. The FuelPods contain different flavours, vitamins, beverage concentrates etc which are extracted into your water bottle at the trigger on your smartphone or trigger on the bottle. Each FuelPod is good for up to 25 servings and is to be mixed with water.
The LifeFuels bottle comes with an app that acts as the primary interface to the bottle. It learns from your body, your behaviours and your lifestyle choices. It will connect with your other wearables to provide insights and suggestions on how you can improve your overall hydration and nutrition.
It is currently unavailable however the company is looking to release to the market soon.
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Living in Sydney his entire life, Geoff has always had a close eye on technology. Through school and immediately after, tech held his focus. Attending University later in life, Geoff began his IT career immediately after leaving high school and has been in the industry ever since. In his spare time he launched a YouTube channel focused on consumer tech that had millions of views. This led to work on community radio talking tech every week and has now stepped him into the studios of 2GB / 4BC every Saturday helping people with tech problems and reviewing the latest gadgets.
When Geoff is looking away from the screen he can be found holding a glass of red wine, spending time with friends and/or watching the Formula 1.