Busy real estate pros don't always have time to stop for lunch, especially if they've got clients to see and houses to show. If you find yourself on the road all too often, it's important to stay hydrated at least, and we think the new “smart water bottle” from Moikit might be just what the doctor ordered.
Called “Seed”, the vacuum insulated smart water bottle tracks its user's consumption of water, compiling health data to ensure they can stay adequately hydrated. It's an original idea that people love – so much so that Moikit has raised more than $260,000 (a stunning 1,300 percent over its original target) via an Indiegogo campaign from more than 3,500 backers.
Seed not only tracks your water consumption but also provides regular hydration reminders before you start to get too thirsty. It can also connect to your smartphone via a mobile app, computing your daily intake requirements based on health data also stored on your phone. It also pushes notifications to your phone when you need to take a sip, while the bottle itself vibrates as an additional reminder.
Because Seed is vacuum insulated, it can also keep your drinks warm or cool for hours in any weather conditions for up to 24 hours.
The best thing about Seed though is that it's the first smart bottle that really lets people interact with it. For example, you can touch the LED screen to see the water's temperature in real time, or twist down on the lid to view your daily hydration progress. Seed can also provide a warning if the water inside is dangerously hot, or if its become too stale to drink.
Perhaps the coolest thing about Seed is that it's “smart brain” resides in the lid of the bottle, and this smart lid can be used with many other containers, including those made out of glass, plastic and steel.
Real estate pros need to stay healthy and hydrated if they want to be alert, which is why Seed comes so highly recommended. Remember, you'll only make a sale if you're at the top of your game, and a smart water bottle like Seed is sure to help you get there.
Check out Seed's Indiegogo campaign here.