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“I had one of my (kidney stone former) clients who needs to drink A LOT of water each day for kidney related issues test the cup. Here are her thoughts: The ring indicator does not slip and turn, during normal use (I expected that it might). I think it’s a clever idea. It’s great for keeping track of intake. It really is difficult when you go through a combination of disposable (yuk) water bottles and regular glassware, which may be of various sizes. Most days, one can only guess actual intake. I believe it promotes incentive to reach your daily goal. It gives a sense of accomplishment, if you reach that “8” mark by day’s end.”

“My clients are loving the Aqua Tally.    Seems to work really well  in a work situation when people are trying to drink more water on a daily basis.  The cups with straw and measuring rings are a real motivator on their desk.  I have some clients who put 2-4oz juice in cup and fill to top with water.  The little bit of red/purple color and slight taste over plain water has more than quadrupled their water intake.  They even move the ring to 1 and 3/4 if they are mostly finished with their first full cup.  And, they are more motivated to drink and move the marker to 8 cups of water.  It’s awesome.  They liked choosing their color cup too!”

“I had the opportunity to test the AquaTally recently. Anytime you use self-monitoring devices, including heart rate monitors, food logs or even just a bathroom scale, you’re MUCH more likely to keep on track and meet your fitness and nutrition goals. I thought the AquaTally was nice and simple, and kept me more aware and hydrated daily. I also personally prefer to drink my fluids through a straw.”