What if you could get all your water purification and electrolysis needs done in one place, and then store it in a small, water-resistant container?
That’s what a startup called Aqua Power is trying to build.
Aqua Power says it can provide a much faster, cleaner and more reliable power source than most traditional water purifiers, and it’s even easier to use.
For example, you can store the Aqua Power unit in a pocket or on the underside of your backpack.
And with an optional filter, you could filter out water that’s too polluted.
Aquatic products giant Seamless has invested $20 million in Aqua Power, and the startup says the team is ready to move forward with its product.
Aqua Power aims to be an eco-friendly, water purifier that costs under $1,000 and has a range of options.
A full review of the company’s product will be available in the coming weeks.
A more in-depth look at Aqua Power’s product lineThe Aqua Power line includes two types of filters: one for water purifying, and one for electrolysis.
Both filters will use a micro-electron accelerator to help filter out pollutants.
The Aqua Power micro-filter can also be used to clean your hands.
The company says its product also has a built-in battery that can charge in under 15 minutes.
Aurora Power’s line includes a power supply, which is a USB 3.0 connection, that is a 2.1-pound USB charger and a micro USB cable that plugs into a standard laptop computer.
The two-port charger is capable of charging the AquaPower unit from one to four times.
The AquaPower micro-charger is also capable of being charged by the device itself.
In this case, the device will plug into a USB port on a standard computer.
You’ll then be able to plug the AquaPower unit into a wall outlet, as well as power the unit itself from your home, office or other connected device.
The company says AquaPower will not be a replacement for traditional water filtration, but rather a complement.
The system will allow for a much quicker, cleaner, and more environmentally friendly water purging process.