One To Watch: HidrateMe

I am hopeless at making sure that I drink enough during the day. I always have a cup of tea as soon as I get up but I can quite easily ‘forget’ to drink until the evening when I’m then drinking pints of water – not ideal before you go to bed! I know that I should make more effort to drink but once I am in my office I rarely stray from my desk, so when I came across HidrateMe on Twitter it seemed like the answer to all my prayers.


HidrateMe is a smart water bottle that syncs with a corresponding mobile app available for iOS and Android devices and helps you keep track of water intake and improve hydration habits. Embedded with LED lights, the bottle gives off an ambient glow to remind you to drink more.


The Hidrate app uses you gender, age, weight, and height to work out how much you should drink each day. The app also syncs to your wearables and fitness apps to take into account your activity level. It also takes into consideration your location and can adjust your daily water intake based on the temperature, humidity, and elevation.


Made fromBPA-free plastic the bottle connects via bluetooth and has a battery life of over a year with no charging required, it is even dishwasher safe! The idea of having a goal to achieve really speaks to my competitive side so fingers crossed HidrateMe is all I need to get me fully hydrated, and stop those pesky headaches.

I can’t wait until I can get my hands on one and will you all know how I get on. As usual I would love to know what you think of this brand and their concept so leave a comment or tweet me!

Gem xx


  1. Claire
    August 3, 2015 / 8:11 pm

    I’m in need of something like this too! I frequently forget to drink anything and see the damage it is doing to my skin!

    Gisforgingers xx

    • August 3, 2015 / 8:30 pm

      Maybe my skin would be more radiant if I drank more. I also probably confuse hunger and thirst. Drinking more might stop me eating!xx

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