Testimonials

“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.”

“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.”

“I love it. My patients struggle with insuring they are drinking an adequate amount of water. Many are frustrated by the cost of bottled water. Now they can be green and count the water they drink. I love the cup so much I ordered 6 for myself and as gifts for my family. My mom has been tracking her water with a bead counting system for years, now all she has to do is turn the dial – ingenious.”