Korean startup Purisoo generates a water bottle that can pull water in from an environmental supply and filter it until it is safe to drink. The model will keep tiny nasties off of your lips and makes sure you are only bringing clean water around.
Containers with built-in filters have grown to be well liked over time and are available from manufacturers like LifeStraw, Sawyer, and Katadyn. Purisoo developers point to an issue with how these containers necessitate that you fill with untreated water before sucking that fluid through the filter straw. It will leave small microorganisms like bacteria lurking around the top of the container, placing you susceptible to unintentionally consuming them.
The Purisoo bottle, in fact, cleans as you fill, pulling water in using its triple-layer purification system before depositing the thoroughly clean drinking water in the container. The Purisoo’s filtration system handle eliminates to help you drink straight from the end of the bottle that keeps out of the water supply. The filtration system is built to work at eliminating bacteria and protozoa but only decrease, not eradicate, viruses, which is common of water filters.
The Purisoo bottle operates exactly like a classic pump filter; just its built-in water tank means there is no need to bear and pump into another water bottle.