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All New Smart Cup 2 Tracks Water & Coffee Intake by Ozmo – Graphite Gray. Connect your smartphone or use on its own. Insulated, secure lid, BPA-Free & Tough plastic, 16oz capacity to keep you hydrated

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Posted on: January 26, 2017
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Keeping hydrated is one of the simplest but most important ways to improve your health, stamina, and overall condition. The Ozmo Water Cup 2 and free app tracks your water and coffee intake.The Ozmo works with iOS and Android is in beta. It gives you all the data you need to set and achieve your hydration targets. Let’s say you have a flight or an important meeting today, you may want to set a higher water goal to make sure you body is well hydrated and prepared for the day ahead. If you are going to be in the gym or on the court, the App Health and Fitbit compatibility mean you can adjust your water intake accordingly. Another unique feature of Ozmo Cup 2 is you can dispense with the phone completely and have the water bottle standalone. The LED and vibration notifications help you see the progress and alert you if you are not drinking enough. It is the best performing cup/bottle on the market now with more sensors that read the water volume and not by weight like many of the other water bottles out there. Stay Active – Stay Hydrated.

Product Features

  • Track both your water and coffee intake
  • USB – rechargeable Battery lasts up to 4 weeks
  • BPA-free 16oz capacity
  • Sync with Fitbit, Apple Health for activity. Fitbit data feeds into Ozmo not the other way around (that function is coming in Feb)
  • Leak proof and built to last

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  • Xoanon
    Posted on January 26, 2017 at 5:12 PM
    Only takes data FROM fitbit, does not sync TO fitbit ($75, and you still have to manually log water) They said it syncs to Fitbit, suggesting it automatically logs water into the Fitbit app. It does not. It only pulls your step count and calorie burn from Fitbit and puts it in the Ozmo app. They should disclose that you will still have to manually log your water into the Fitbit...you'd think for $75 they'd program it to sync TO the Fitbit, not just FROM the Fitbit (and maybe provide accurate advertising). Returning it today, after having it for eight hours.
  • A. P. Herron
    Posted on January 26, 2017 at 5:19 PM
    Not bad but it syncs in the wrong direction. I ended up getting two of these, the first one would not charge so I returned it and acquired another one. It was difficult to sync it to the app but it eventually did and is working well. Their support is actually proactive but could be more detailed, for example, they told me that I had to have the location turned on. If it wasn't for another email that specified that was found in the application manager I wouldn't have known where to check.The difficulty and the direction the app syncs with...
  • Stephen Kraisler
    Posted on January 26, 2017 at 5:41 PM
    Not Ready For Prime Time Wanted very much to like this item. But extremely disappointed. The cup was supposed to keep track of how many oz. of water I drank but the app did not correctly monitor my drinking. It was also supposed to indicate when I drank 50 and then 90% of the contents by an array of led lights. The lights didn't work. It synced between the ozmo and fitbit app. However only the fitbit app data appeared in the ozmo but not visa versa. Overall not ready for prime time
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