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The Nava is the perfect bottle for those wanting style without sacrificing function.
A sleek water bottle that might encourage you to hit your daily hydration goals. Your cubicle mate will be so jealous.
The design of the Water Fall by KOR is so stunning that it makes drinking water a way more fun (and luxurious) experience.
Thanks to the geniuses who invented the filtered water bottle, I’ll now gleefully be drinking water from the tap of not-at-all clean airport bathrooms instead of paying $7 for a bottle of water.
As KOR founder Eric Barnes puts it: Why couldn’t great industrial design—where form and function are meticulously analyzed—be incorporated into a new product line that anticipated the user’s every need?
What started as KOR’s simple goal of perfecting the reusable bottle has expanded into a company charged with celebrating, protecting, and treasuring water — in our personal lives and the world.
KOR drops marketing lines like 'water vessel' and 'hydration experience' – I’d tout the visual appeal. If looks aren’t your thing, the round lip, threadless spout, and non-metal taste should convince you.
Get your hydration on with the help of this sleek bottle. Its wide mouth means you can even drop a few ice cubes or some fresh fruit for extra flavor.
Kor’s water was crisp and tasty, but its real drinkability comes from how easy it is to use. Unlike pitchers, where reaching a fill line still leaves the thing half empty once the water drips through, a full bottle from this one is a guarantee.
Water Fall, a new water filtration system from Kor that presents an elegant alternative to a Brita filter, inspired by pour-over coffee.
Kor Water Fall helps to solve most (if not all) of the problems caused by traditional filter pitchers.
The creators of KOR spent over four years researching and creating the most effective in-home filtration systems to use in their products.
Inspired by the pour-over coffee process, the filter is suspended above the carafe allowing for the filling of multiple carafes.
Water Fall is an attractive countertop filter that's inspired by pour-over coffee. Rather than being integrated into the pitcher, the filter floats above the karafe, so that switching out one for another is as easy as could be.
KOR's new Water Fall filtration system separates the actual filter from the vessel, letting you fill glasses, carafes, or bottles without ever having to carry the whole rig around.
KOR Press Teampress@korwater.com