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D oes anyone else have a collection of reusable water bottles? Me too! I have a few, including some regular ol' water bottles for work and home where I have access to filtered water, but recently, I received the perfect water bottle for days when I'm on the go, not sure where I'm going to grab my next bottle of clean water. The CrazyCap is truly the answer to getting tap water water clean.
CrazyCap 2.0 UV Water Purifier & Self Cleaning Stainless Steel Insulated Water Bottle - Turns Any Water Source Into Clean Drinkable Water - Perfect for Hiking Camping Travel and Survival
- Lifetime warranty
- Access to clean drinking water
- BPA-free and no mildew smell
- UV-C light (sterilization technology for water treatment/water purification )
- Insulated stainless steel
Normal Mode vs. Crazy Mode on the CrazyCap Water Bottle
Both modes use UV sterilization. Tap the cap twice for 60-second cleansing or five times for deeper 2-minute purification.
Who Else Will Love the CrazyCap Bottle?
If you're into backpacking or travel a lot, you should think twice about your water source. Chances are, the water you're drinking could be filled with pathogens, microorganisms, and other contaminants. Thanks to CrazyMode, the ultraviolet light will sterilize your water for two minutes, giving it a good, deep UV cleaning.
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This stainless steel bottle is a great gift for anyone who is also not a fan of plastic bottles (and might not trust water fountains). Good water quality and reusable bottles are truly key to helping people stay hydrated and healthy.
The battery life of the cap is fantastic. Once it needs a charge, you'll notice the flashing orange light. Grab the included portless charger.
Hydration is so important, y'all. Hydration will help you feel energized, especially in hotter months. Interested in seeing more FAQs and lab reports? Visit thecrazycap.com.