Squeezable water bottle made from elastic titanium
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A difficulty facing many competitive athletes is the need for a squeezable water bottle that allows for fast, one-handed drinking. Currently, squeezable bottles are mainly made of plastic. This can leach chemicals into the water and can be difficult to get rid of bacteria. As plastic bottles do not last as long as metal, they also contribute to waste. Now, a sports start-up, Keego has developed an ingenious solution. They have designed a squeezable water bottle made from a novel form of elastic titanium. The titanium creates a bottle that is much easier to squeeze than plastic. In a race this could potentially save valuable seconds of drinking time.
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