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Sportline HydraCoach Intelligent Water Bottle

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  • Calculates your personal hydration needs
  • Tracks your fluid consumption through the day
  • Paces you to ensure hydration goals are met
  • Motivates you to stay properly hydrated
  • Enhanced strength and endurance
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The Sportline HydraCoach Intelligent Water Bottle is the world's first interactive water bottle that thinks while you drink! It calculates your personal hydration needs, tracks your real-time fluid consumption, paces you throughout the day and motivates you to achieve and maintain optimal hydration. Doctors, Nutritionists and Fitness Trainers all recommend that we drink more water yet there has never been a device to help individuals adhere to the expert's recommendations. The HydraCoach� is a breakthrough in personal hydration monitoring.

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  • ASIN: B005QB24LQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (172 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,245 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It is on an accurate reading.
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Love how it helps me keep track of my water intake!
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You have to bite the straw to get the water out.
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146 of 154 people found the following review helpful By Dancin Phil on July 5, 2008
Color Name: BlueSize Name: One Size
My experience:

The Hydracoach is a great concept, but I don't think it's a very reliable piece of equipment. When you receive it you go through a very simple programming process, similar to setting a watch. You enter in your weight, the time and date, and your desired water intake per day. Then you start it and as you drink it'll track your progress towards your goal. Within the first two days I noticed that the LED would randomly reset itself...this would require me to go through the programming process again, as well as completely lose track of my water intake, thus entirely defeating the purpose and rendering it useless. I just reprogrammed it a few times and endured, but it continued to do this so I followed the return proceedure and shipped it back to the company at a cost of $7. Their return policy indicates that they pay for S&H on returns if it's for a defective product, however I was never reimbursed. They did send me a replacement within a week or so and it's been more stable than the original, but not without problems. The LED reset again within a month and the "low battery" icon started flashing. I found myself really disatisfied with the product at this point...considering that the LED is as simple as a wrist watch, and offers no backlight, the battery should last for at least a year or more. I had to replace the battery which cost about $3. The Hydracoach worked pretty reliably for about 4 months and just recently reset itself again with the "low battery" icon. I know this can't be the battery, so I re-programmed it and it's continued to work well since. I've come to the conclusion that this random reset is just an issue with the software and will just have to be put up with once in a while.

So here is the BAD:

- $29.
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73 of 86 people found the following review helpful By J. Dyer on January 2, 2008
Color Name: BlueSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
My wife produces kidney stones like the local movie theatre makes popcorn. One of the best defenses to kidney stone formation is drinking proper amounts of water. Half a person's body weight in ounces is the daily target. My wife does not like drinking water. This is a problem.

We have tried cajoling, rewards, encouragement, exhortation and rebuking to get her drink more water. Not happening.

I bought her one of these for Christmas. Now it's a game to see she how much of her daily water that she drinks. Way cool!

I bought one for my daughter and myself. Now it's a game with competition. Even better. Every day she is trying to beat us and in the process drinking the proper amount of water. (If you want some info on water consumption order the book "Your Body's many cries for Water" here at Amazon. It will blow your mind.)

I can't recommend this highly enough. It is an answer to prayer.
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36 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Nathan A. Price on June 16, 2011
Color Name: BlueSize Name: One Size
My wife and I have had our HydraCoach water bottles for a couple of years now. It is a great idea, but due to the nature of how you have to drink and the overall inaccuracy of the product, it needs a lot of improvement and the hassle of using it outweighs the benefits. You need to train yourself before you can use this. You have to suck through the top a certain way and it takes a lot of effort. Essentially, you are sucking water through a small turbine that spins and then through a one-way valve. That creates quite a bit of resistance that you have to overcome by sucking harder than is comfortable. If you take small sips all the time, the turbine won't spin enough and won't register enough water flow and will be very inaccurate. If you take large sips and drink a lot of water in a short amount of time it will be relatively accurate. The idea of a turbine to measure water flow seems rudimentary at best. Based on the technology out there for measuring liquid flow rates you'd think there would be a much better option, albeit I suppose this is the cheapest.

Also, you MUST take the top apart and clean the turbine device often or it will clog up with gunk and eventually stop spinning (and stop registering flow). This is especially true if you don't use filtered water or you put sugary sports drinks in it, which is not recommended. I just soak everything in a scalding hot 50/50 vinegar/water mixture, the same way you clean the scale out of the inside of a coffee maker. This is especially true if you don't use filtered water or you put sugary sports drinks in it, which is not recommended.

Another thing that really bugs me is the LCD screen. When the stopwatch timer is stopped or paused, the LCD should go blank after a few minutes like modern day cell phones.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By sparsel on July 18, 2013
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I got this as a gift at Christmas...7 months ago. When I first got it I too had the same problems that others had, the LED would reset itself for an unknown cause. I contacted the company and they had great customer service and sent me a new bottle, and I sent mine back (yes I did pay for shipping the bottle back). Then that bottle had the exact same problem, so again I contacted the company and this time asked if I could just send back the just the LED (its a sleeve and can be unattached easily) so shipment would be less expensive. Again, the customer service was great and they were happy to do what I had asked, no questions asked. After finally getting my third one, it worked! Never reset itself again. I religiously use my Hydracouch and have enjoyed using it and it was a wonderful christmas gift as I wanted to drink more water. I saw several people say you can just drink more water and not buy this product, but I guess that wouldn't have worked for me. I like that it says the percentage of water consumed...so theoretically at noon I should be at 50% and when I am not (which is often) I down some water to catch up. It keeps me on the right track because I know I would think I drank more water than I really did or post pone my drinking until 'later'. So as I have religiously used my Hydracouch I have realized that its life may not last a long as I wanted it to. The bottle is not insulated and it sweats like any bottle would, but because this bottle has a piece of technology that should not get wet that is a big disadvantage. Recently my bottle will shut off and I realized that water was inside where the battery was, so I unassembled it and dried it out and each time it works, its just rather annoying to do that every other day.Read more ›
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