Wrist Worn Water Bottle

By: Trend Spotter - Published: Nov 1, 2006   Updated: May 4 2011 • References: hydrosport-usa & gizmag
Hydro Sport has invented a wrist worrn water bottle for exercising. The site calls the wrist worn water bottle 'an alternative to fanny packs'. Unfortunately, being an alternative to a fanny pack doesn't really scream cool. Regardless, the idea is relatively innovative. You can also print your corporate logo on the the litte canisters.

Implications - This unique accessory is called 'Swiggies' and it can be pretty useful for joggers despite being considered the alternative to a fanny pack. The bottle holds 160ml of liquid and weighs half a pound, which shouldn't affect your run too much. Its capacity is limited, but it may be a better alternative to water bottles for those who want to feel a little more free when they're jogging. Stats for Wrist Worn Water Bottle Trending: Older & Mild
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