Next time when you are traveling and need clean water or you want a compact water purifier without having to pay thousands, Eureka Forbes Aquaguard-on-the-Go might be the solution.
Today the company announced a compact and portable water purifier for Rs 595. The device looks like a sipper and would be available across all retail outlets and general stores according to the company. It would be available in four variants – black mystery, pink beauty, pearl white and racy blue, Eureka Forbes, a part of Shapoorji Pallonji Group, said
The purifier uses a space nano technology that uses a 100 crore plus optimally charged active sites that attract and can remove 99.9 per cent harmful bacteria and virus.
Water filled in the sipper like purifier passes through a maze of nano sized positive charged media that traps negatively charged pathogens and other impurities to decontaminate drinking water, the company said. It would attract the travellers, school/college students, sports and fitness enthusiasts.
The purifier uses a replaceable cartridge with a life up to 600 fills. A new cartridge costs Rs 450. There’s also a Natural Shut Off mechanism, which reduces the flow of water through the cartridge, in order to notify the user that it’s time for a replacement.
Eureka Forbes, which had a turnover of Rs 1,776 crore last year, has a customer base of 15 million with presence in 450 cities and towns in India and a globally across 35 countries.