Can the UVC Light in Your CrazyCap Kill Coronavirus?
CrazyCap was developed with integrated UV light technology to sterilize water. As a recent article from the BBC explains, UV rays are proven to ki...
CrazyCap Helps Martine Rothblatt Cheer On Her Team Through Crisis!
Dr. Rothblatt (Founder, CEO, and Chairwoman of United Therapeutics) wanted to show appreciation to UT's employees for their efforts in continui...
TIME 100 Best Inventions of 2020 - The Portable Purifier
“When people want clean water, they reach for plastic bottles,” says CrazyCap CEO Rakesh Guduru. “It’s bad for your health and the environment.” F...
The best water bottles in 2020 CrazyCap Gen 2:
Best self-cleaning water bottleIn another category of reusable water bottles that zap away dirt and pathogens, self-cleaning water bottles use UV-C light to decontaminate water. I tested three self-cleaning UV-C water bottles and the CrazyCap Gen 2 produced the best taste and has the best suite of functions: It has a normal purification mode for tap water and a "Crazy Mode" for freshwater; an autoclean function; and a slender design that makes it great for taking along in the car and slipping into bags.
CrazyCap, la tapa con luz ultravioleta que desinfecta y mantiene fría tu aguaEn los pasillos del Centro de Convenciones de Las Vegas nos topamos con decenas de nuevos productos como CrazyCap, una tapa con una luz ultravioleta C (UVC) incorporada que promete esterilizar tu botella de agua reutilizable y protegerte así de la proliferación de bacterias o moho en ambiente húmedo.
Holiday Gift Guide 2019: Best Gifts For Road Trippers (And Anyone With A Car)
CrazyCap Portable Water PurifierA must to keep in your car, the revolutionary CrazyCap makes water from any source safe to drink. Unlike water filters that only trap microbes, deep UV kills them completely so you can stay hydrated wherever you are. Buy the reusable bottle or just the cap, which fits most other bottles, and 5% of your purchase will go to Water.org, giving that same precious access to safe water and sanitation to 22 million people worldwide.