Mark One Pryme Vessyl

Personal Hydration Tracker Tester

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Mark One Pryme Vessyl

Personal Hydration Tracker Tester

What is it?

The need to drink several liters of water a day has many myths and prejudices. So how much water do you have to drink every day to feel great? Once again, Mark One, a company that deals with technological developments in the field of health, tried to solve the problem. The company Mark One has developed a smart glass Pryme Vessyl, which controls the amount of water drunk per day to maintain an excellent state of your body.



Design

Pryme Vessyl is a 400 ml cup with a built-in sensor. From the inside, the mug looks like a hollow vessel without any unusual elements. Inside there is no opening through which liquid can penetrate into the analyzer, which indicates a non-contact sensor. The mug is large enough, the lid closes tightly, so the drink will not spill into your bag.

The sensor is located on the side of the glass and lights up every time, after drinking when the glass is tilted. The glass is presented in white, black, gray and light gray colors. Pryme Vessyl has its own battery, which provides autonomous operation for 5-7 days. It can be recharged using a wireless device, and it takes 60 minutes to refill the battery.

How it works?

Pryme Vessyl comes complete with an application that needs to be downloaded to your phone, and considers your individual need for water based on weight, height, sex, age and activity. And also reminds, when it is necessary to replenish the stores of liquid, and knows how many sips have already been drunk.

The database of the gadget contains several thousand drinks, including alcoholic beverages. The mug is synchronized with the iPhone via Bluetooth, sending data to the smartphone, and the latter in turn uses a special application to estimate the level of fluid intake during the day and gives advice for more rational consumption of certain drinks. In the circle there is an integrated sensor that accurately determines the type of beverage poured into it, as well as the composition and content of these or other components: caffeine, carbohydrates and even alcohol.