Nava by Kor
Clean your water on the go with a built-in filter made from coconut shells
In follow up to the "perfect spout" built into their Vida water bottle, today California-based Kor released Nava, a new bottle that combines their signature mouth-friendly top with a slim filter built into the center of the bottle. Constructed from renewable coconut shells, which are converted into activated carbon, the filtration system opts for a more sustainable method than filters made from coal.
Nava not only incorporates on-the-go filtration right into the bottle, but pairs it with a patented "easy-flow" setup that optimizes the filter and surrounding vessel to prevent the user from having to squeeze the bottle or suck on the mouthpiece to get water. Plus, the BPA-free plastic Nava boasts an ergonomic handle and a leak-proof top.
Kor will also offer a subscription service to make it more convenient to reorder filters, which last for three months or 40 gallons of water. Launched on Kickstarter today, 8 April, Nava aims to change the water bottle game with your fundraising help. Visit the campaign page to make a pledge, or for more information on Kor check their website.
Image courtesy of Kor
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