As a supplement fiend--I especially like the ones whose claims have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA--I gotta recognize the Umoro One first for concept alone. A sport bottle whose lid doubles as a powder and supplement container, it eliminates the need for extra baggies full of whey protein and pulverized greens and meth, keeping them stored handily, mess-free, and water-tight until you decide the storm of performance-enhancement or recovery should begin. Inside the bottle, it also contains the Umoro Ball, a simple blending mechanism that safeguards the finished shaken masterpiece from clumps and sediment. Presuming the Umoro One's functionality matches its design--the product is currently in prototype form pending Kickstarter funding--you'll see me cruising down the streets and through the weight stacks with a brand spankin' new water bottle very soon.
Umoro One lids hold up to 110cc (55g) of preferred Popeye powder, which dispenses into the liquid below at the press of a button. Prior to supplement release, water bottles (22oz/650ml) may be used as normal with no risk of cross-contamination. Bottles are BPA-free and incorporate Eastman Tritan copolyester. They are also odor-resistant and virtually shatterproof.
Umoro creator Joseph Ng ran his clever schoolworkgymsport bottle as a successful Kickstarter campaign, and is no accepting pre-orders from those who didn't get in during the backing period. White and black colors come at $25 apiece; a duo costs $40. Anticipated product delivery is July 2013.