AirUp has launched three leak-proof bottles with a straw and new spout for instant flavor activation, much to the delight of fans.
AirUp rose to stardom last year with its unique bottles that can be filled with still or sparkling water, but trick the brain into thinking its contents have flavor, thanks to the aromatic capsules.
And yesterday, the German company launched its latest Gen2 Tritan™ Renew bottle in two new colors, Lavender Purple and Cobalt Blueberry, along with the signature Charcoal Gray shade.
They feature a new ActiveOn nozzle, saving you the need to manually activate the capsule (unlike the original design) and prices range from £36.99 for a 600ml bottle to £46.99 for the 1 liter size .
The news immediately sent fans into a frenzy, with one commenting: “I received my new bottle today and I was shocked by the results.”
AirUp has launched three new leak-proof bottles with instant flavor activation and straws, much to the delight of fans.
AirUp’s new release immediately sent fans into a frenzy on Instagram
While AirUp was introduced in the UK in 2021, its popularity reached new heights among gym-goers and students last year, with one teacher estimating he carried “£300” worth of bottles to class daily.
Announcing the new products on Instagram yesterday, AirUp wrote: “The bottle that solves hydration and taste means you no longer have to make difficult decisions about which options best balance health and taste – you can have both!”
The bottles are sold in packs with three capsules, which flavor 15 liters of water and last approximately 10 days (based on an average consumption of 1.5 liters per day).
While the scents are produced in Germany, the bottles are made in Austria with 100 percent renewable energy and the company plants a tree for every order.
AirUp has launched Gen2 Tritan™ Renew bottles (pictured in Lavender Purple)
Gen2 Tritan™ Renew bottles are available in exclusive Charcoal Gray (pictured), along with two new colors: Lavender Purple and Cobalt Blueberry.
The Gen2 Tritan™ Renew bottle features a silicone spout and straw.
The pods come in a variety of flavors, including virgin mojito.
The product can be filled with still or sparkling water, but it tricks the brain into thinking its contents are flavored, thanks to the aromatic capsules.
The pods release aromas through the nose while drinking, passing through the throat to the brain, where they manifest as flavor.
The pods come in a variety of flavors, including passion fruit, elderflower, coffee, virgin mojito, and cola.
AirUp was founded by Lena Jungst and Tim Jager and arrived in the UK in 2021.
German businessman Jungst says the bottles invite “people to experiment a little with taste.” It is a new way of perceiving flavor; Nothing like it had ever existed before.”
The product itself has been widely praised by parents struggling to get their children to drink water regularly (NHS guidelines suggest children should drink six to eight glasses of water a day) because the taste encourages them to hydrate. further.
Several excited customers flocked to share their thoughts, with one writing: “I bought one and I love mine,” while another said: “I’m buying the new blueberry one.”
On the other hand, one mother mentioned that the bottles are still popular among school children, saying, “It’s a must-have among W’s classmates.”
Fans who use the bottles in the gym were also delighted with the new launch, with one writing: “Gym with AirUp all day.”
Meanwhile, AirUp’s website has received hundreds of glowing customer reviews, with the bottles boasting an overall rating of 4.54.