The Pryme Smart Cup Tracks Your Personal Water Needs

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Photo via Pryme

I drink far too little water. I've tried everything from Crystal Light to those fruit-infusing pitchers, but alas. I just can't do it. Even the crisp tap water of New York City can't entice me to down more than maybe an average of two and a half glasses of water per day. Every time I pour a mug of tea I get maybe two-thirds of the way through before I lose interest. And a girl can only consume so many bottles of SodaStream seltzer per day. I'm thinking of making my 2016 New Year's Resolution to drink six glasses of water every day (screw you, eight recommended glasses—I'm going with what Slender Kitchen says). One thing I AM good at is keeping New Year's resolutions.

But I'm going to need help. Here's a gadget that may be the answer to my desperate dehydration prayers: the Pryme smart cup. Pryme taps into your vitals—age, weight, height, gender—and cross-references it with data from your fitness tracker (right now the cup connects with Apple’s HealthKit and the Jawbone UP). Pryme then recommends, via app, how much water to drink and when.

Bonus: Look how pretty it is!

Photo via Pryme

Photo via Pryme

Shop it ($99).