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    My Gululu - the smart water bottle designed for kids.

    Gululu says it's the world's first interactive water bottle that helps keep kids hydrated with a new 3D version. According to a recent study by the Harvard School of Public Health, over half of all children are under hydrated, which may contribute to poor health, cognitive problems and poor emotional development. Gululu helps children stay hydrated by caring for a virtual pet and it keeps parents informed of their children’s progress through a connected app. As kids drink more water from Gululu, their chosen virtual pets grow and make friends. The new 3D version gives vivid life to the virtual pets and more engaging drinking and interaction experiences to the kids. Kids embark on new journeys in the Gululu universe, where they win more collectables and rewards, and explore more stories. And this is a great idea: To advance its mission to hydrate the kids of the world, Gululu formed a strategic partnership with For every Gululu interactive bottle purchased, a child in a developing country will be provided with clean drinking water for life. The spokesperson at the show said Gululu will drill a well next to school the kid attends. The first Gululu project is underway now in Peru. Gululu is now available on Amazon exclusively and b8ta stores in the U.S. $129.00

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