NASA Tech In Crio Water Bottle
Calling all my beverage connoisseur extremists! Yup, I'm talking to all of those peeps out there that only know two temperatures at which to keep
Calling all my beverage connoisseur extremists! Yup, I’m talking to all of those peeps out there that only know two temperatures at which to keep their liquids, either subzero or piping hot. Have we got the “must have” for you. Australian manufacturer, Crio just debuted their newly invented water bottle design featuring a layer NASA-grade insulation, cryogel.
“It was very clear to us that cryogen is the most advanced insulation available,” Rohan Burdett, founder of Crio, told Digital Trends. Burdett claims that cryogel makes the water bottle two-and-a-half times more efficient at insulating than competitors’ brands, such as CamelBak.
NASA uses cryogel, an aeorgel, as dust collecting insulation. It has also been used in other consumer products, like apparel.
“When organizations such as NASA and Formula 1 are using the product, you know it’s at the cutting edge,” Burdett said.
The Crio bottle, now available on Kickstarter for 27 bucks, holds 300 ml and has a one-way drinking valve. So far the invention has raised more than $14,900.