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The Reusable LARQ Bottle Cleans Itself and the Water Inside

05.21.20 | By
The Reusable LARQ Bottle Cleans Itself and the Water Inside
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It’s easy to assume that all reusable water bottles are the same even if they’re made from different materials. But that’s not the case! Take the LARQ, for example, with its built-in UV-C LED technology that cleans the water inside, as well as the bottle itself. If you’ve ever left water inside of a reusable bottle, you’re probably familiar with how disgusting they can get with bacteria from your mouth taking up residence inside the hard-to-clean bottle. The LARQ bottle activates every two hours to kill bacteria and viruses up to 99.999% making it 10,000x more hygienic than typical reusable bottles. The 17oz vessel features double-wall vacuum insulation that will keep your water cold for 24 hours and hot for 12 hours, all within a clean, minimalist package.

The LARQ bottle includes a Li-Polymer battery that will last for up to a month before it needs recharging via Micro-USB (charging cable included). Once it’s ready to be taken out for a spin, fill it up, and choose between two purifying modes – Normal, a 60-second cycle for when you trust the water sources, and Adventure, a 3-minute cycle for extra purification. In addition, LARQ will kick into Self-Cleaning Mode every two hours for a 10-minute cycle so it stays clean all day long.

LARQ easily transports and is travel-friendly so it can go through TSA with you at the airport. Plus, it’s waterproof and can be immersed in up to three feet of water for up to 30 minutes and still be fine.

LARQ Seaside Mint Bottle

LARQ Himalayan Pink Bottle

LARQ Granite White Bottle

LARQ Obsidian Black Bottle

LARQ Monaco Blue Bottle

>>> When you’re ready to give up plastic water bottles and regular reusable bottles for good, shop for a LARQ bottle in the Design Milk Shop here! <<<

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.