Vessyl is the smart cup of the future, knows what drink and calories is inside (VIDEO)

Dec 19 2017, 7:25 pm

We’ve all heard of smartphones and smart watches, but what about a smart cup?

Vessyl is touted as a calorie counting cup and incorporates ultra sensitive technology that identifies the liquid poured inside.

It might be hard to believe, but it can even distinguish the difference between Pepsi and Coke.

Image: Dasfilter

Image: Dasfilter

With the integrated app, users are able to calculate how much liquid they are consuming daily to help lose weight, stay hydrated, regulate caffeine, build muscle, sleep better and regulate sugar. As soon as a user pours a drink into the Vessyl, the total grams of sugar, fat, protein, sodium, and caffeine is automatically calculated estimating hydration needs for the day.

The notion behind counting calories in drinks is to help make individuals more aware of their hydration habits while also cutting down on sugary drinks to encourage more healthy choices.

It takes 60 minutes for the device to reach a full battery charge that lasts up to 5 to 7 days.

Vessyl is priced at $99. The company has recently hit a $1 million pre-order milestone and will ship out the first orders in early-2015.

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