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Pureray Baby Bottle Uses UV Rays to Kill Germs

 - Oct 17, 2009
References: yankodesign & gizmodo
There’s been a lot of controversy lately about plastic baby bottles. Designers Hwa-yong Shin and Hannah Kim have come up with a solution, the Pureray Baby Bottle, with a built-in ultraviolet light to kill germs and bacteria left after regular cleaning.

And the technology doesn’t just clean the bottle: The Pureray Baby Bottle also kills any unwanted germs lurking around in the baby formula or milk. However, the controversy over plastic baby bottles may simply be replaced with controversy over UV technology. The Pureray Baby Bottle has already been called out by blogs as potentially dangerous.