CES Editors' Choice Awards: The most promising tech to watch for in 2021
What you'll actually want to buy this year.
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When living in a time like no other, why shouldn't CES follow suit? This year the planet's biggest tech show—normally sprawled across the many convention halls and ballrooms of Las Vegas—was entirely virtual. While it was much-reduced in terms of scale, some might even say that the lack of glitz, glad-handing, and white noise allowed one to focus on the heart of the matter: taking the wrappers off of some shiny new gear.
Despite the smaller size, there were still hundreds and hundreds of products to comb through and the Reviewed team was no less busy covering CES from end-to-virtual-end. Our CES Editors' Choice awards single out the best and most promising products that we found—real products, not just concepts, that you'll be able to buy in the coming year. Each winner excelled in some way, standing out from its peers in innovation, technology, design, or value. We can't wait to get them in our labs, but for now we just say "congratulations" to our winners.
TVs & Home Theater
LG C1 OLED TV
LG has claimed that 2021 will be the year LG OLED TVs receive their "second evolution." Most people will want to opt for the C1: you're not paying for the 8K resolution or fancy design details of the higher-tier LG OLEDs, but you'll still get amazing picture quality, the latest version of LG's webOS smart platform, and a powerful new processor. LG's CX series took our award for Best TV in 2020, and the C9 took it the year before that, so we have every expectation that the new C1 OLED TVs will be better than ever.
LG A1 OLED TV
The best way to explain LG's hierarchy of OLED TVs is to think of a reverse alphabet. The "Z" model is an 8K OLED that costs as much as a used Porsche, while the new A1 series promises to be LG's most affordable OLED ever. Less than a decade into market inception, OLED TVs are still too expensive for most people—but the A1 may finally change that. LG has smartly skipped the inclusion of price-boosting components like a new processor or HDMI 2.1 capability for its budget OLED, and it's positioned to be a perfect choice for folks who just want to watch TV shows or movies with all the lovely spectacle of OLED.
Samsung MicroLED TV
Samsung has been teasing A/V nerds with a new kind of TV for a few years, and 2021 may be the first time MicroLED TVs (not to be confused with mini LED) are available to buy and mount yourself at home. Previous versions were huge, business-facing monstrosities that required professional installation, but Samsung is intent on making smaller, slightly more practical MicroLED options available this year (though they'll still be very expensive). Samsung is the only company producing MicroLED, a technology that may even surpass OLED, and we're excited to see this new emissive display finally come home.
Samsung The Frame TV
Against all odds, Samsung's aesthetically-focused line of Lifestyle TVs called The Frame continues to get better, year after year. These TVs present Samsung's brilliant LED picture quality hidden inside slim, artfully framed panels that do double duty as TV and objet d'art—hence the name. The 2021 Frames offer a wider range of screen sizes, new artwork and design options, and slimmer panel depth in order to truly capture the feeling of a painting on the wall. The 2021 Frame lineup looks to be an exciting prospect for art lovers, design fanatics, and anyone who feels their basic TV marrs the refined sensibilities of their living room.
Samsung Neo QLED Q90A TV
OLED and MicroLED TVs are muscling into mainstream, but the traditional LED TV still reigns supreme. In fact, options like Samsung's Neo QLED—which combine the fruitful efforts of decades of R&D—may just be the most powerful realization of what LED TVs can do. Combining the color-boosting potential of quantum dot with new super-bright, super-small mini-LED backlights, the Neo QLED line brings LED TVs closer to the emissive capabilities of OLED than ever before. The Q90A series delivers these technologies in a classic tabletop design across a flexible range of sizes featuring 4K resolution and HDR, standing as a fetching option for folks who want to maximize brightness and color.
Samsung Solar Cell remote control
Samsung deserves some kudos for its eco-sustainability efforts, which include not only a minimalist approach to product packaging in 2021 but a new remote control design as well. The new Solar Cell remote, included with Samsung's 2021 TVs, steers clear of the usual AA or AAA battery schema and instead can be recharged via indoor light, outdoor light, or via USB. Samsung has claimed this will prevent waste in the form of almost 100 million AAA batteries over the next seven years, a promising result in terms of finding greener solutions.
TCL 6-Series TV
The next iteration of the TCL 6-Series is poised to recapture the magic of its 2020 predecessor by combining 8K resolution, quantum dots, and the newest generation of TCL’s mini-LED technology. Plus, being a Roku TV, the 6-Series will arrive with our favorite smart platform built right into the software. Although native 8K content will be in short supply for the foreseeable future, it’s a cool feature to have in your back pocket for years to come.
TCL 85-inch 4-Series (XL Collection) TV
It may not have cutting-edge features and top-notch performance chops, but we find ourselves regularly recommending the TCL 4-Series to readers who don’t necessarily need the bells and whistles of flashy, higher-end TVs. This year, TCL is expanding its ever-popular 4-Series lineup with an 85-inch version that will surely satisfy shoppers looking to lock down an extra-large screen without breaking the bank. It’s a 4K TV that looks great across all types of content, and its built-in Roku functionality is good enough to replace any streaming device.
LG QP5 compact Dolby Atmos soundbar
Dolby Atmos sound systems used to take up entire movie theaters, so it says something about tech when you can find a micro-sized soundbar with the chops to handle the height element that helps make this sound format so immersive. The new QP5 soundbar is designed for those with small dwellings who still want to experience the magic of Atmos. And while we won't know how effective it is until we get our hands on it, Amazon's pint-sized Echo Studio proves that, especially in tight spaces, small devices can loom large under the right circumstances.
Samsung Q950A 11.1.4-channel Dolby Atmos soundbar
You have to hand it so Samsung: The tech giant somehow found a way to cram two more channels into its already opulent Dolby Atmos flagship, the Q950. The latest version, the Q950A adds extra side-firing drivers not in the bar, but inside the discrete surround speakers, for more ways to bounce sound off your domicile than we've ever seen in a soundbar setup. Big, bold, and packing impressive new tech, including a self-calibrating subwoofer, this could well be the most luxurious—and immersive—soundbar of the year.
Laptops & Computing
Acer Chromebook Spin 514 laptop
For many people, the Chromebook Spin 514 will provide more than enough power to get everyday tasks done. And with a sturdy aluminum chassis that has been certified for military-grade durability, it should serve users for years to come. It also promises a great entertainment experience with its 2-in-1 form factor, long battery life, and a 1080P screen. We loved the Acer Spin 3 we tested last year, so our hopes are high that the Chromebook Spin 514 will be another budget hit from Acer when it lands in February.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga laptop
After six iterations, it's no surprise that Lenovo has distilled its ThinkPad X1 Yoga into a phenomenal laptop. With vPro Intel processors and claims of up to 15 hours of battery life, this elegant, lightweight 2-in-1 could be a great bet for the road warrior who needs a powerful machine they can rely on. The new Yoga is expected to hit shelves in February.
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 laptop
While many loved the original Galaxy Chromebook, some were frustrated with how expensive it was for its class. Samsung heard those folks, pricing its Galaxy Chromebook 2 at a reasonable $549.99 which includes a premium metal design, a screen with Samsung’s renowned QLED and quantum dot display tech, and a modest processor for basic web browsing and office tasks. For those who want a Chromebook with ultimate build quality and a bevy of entertainment features, the Galaxy Chromebook should fill that appetite.
Acer Predator Triton 300SE laptop
Choosing between form factor and performance in a gaming laptop feels like a thing of the past with laptops like the Acer Predator Triton 300SE. The 14-inch beast has the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 GPU, Intel Core i7 11th gen processor, and 16GB of RAM and yet claims to offer ten hours of battery life in spite of those power-hungry chips. If the hands-on experience this February lives up to the hype set by the announcement details, the Predator Triton 300SE may depose the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 as the best gaming laptop for the money.
HP ENVY 14 laptop
With a calibrated 14-inch display, a top-line Intel processor, a discrete NVIDIA GeForce 1650 Ti GPU, and a promise of 16.5 hours of battery life, the HP Envy 14 is putting Apple’s latest MacBooks on notice. Starting at $999, Envy 14 is set to provide a stunning value package that will have more power than most folks will ever need. We’ve consistently loved HP’s Envy releases in 2020, so we can’t wait to see how well the 2021 Envy 14 holds up against the M1 MacBook Air.
Razer Blade 15 laptop
The Razer Blade 15 gets a refresh for 2021 with the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30-series GPUs and crazy-fast display panels. Like the 2020 Blade 15, the 2021 version will have a luxurious CNC aluminum chassis and Razer Chroma RGB controls. Packing up to 1440P screen resolution with up to 100% sRGB color accuracy, a 240Hz refresh rate, and as little as 2 ms of input lag, the new Blade 15 may offer one of the year’s best gaming experiences. However, be prepared to pay the Razer premium: prices start at $1,699.99 for the base version with an Nvidia RTX 3060 and a 144Hz 1080P screen.
TCL NXTPAPER tablet
TCL’s upcoming tablet is ambitious: it aims to provide a full color, paper-like display experience with low-power LCD panels that reflect natural light. If you’re accustomed to the e-ink in devices like the Kindle, you may be in for a treat with the NXTPAPER’s promise of excellent color contrast, TUV Rheinland certification, and 30Hz refresh rates (i.e. it’s much, much faster than typical e-ink screens) for a more seamless viewing experience. While we don’t know when we’ll get to see it in North America, TCL plans to sell the NXTPAPER in parts of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa this April for €349.
Mad Catz BAT 6+ gaming mouse
This ambidextrous mouse will come kitted with Dakota mechanical switches with only 2ms of response time, a 16,000 DPI optical sensor, 10 programmable buttons and a fully customizable body. You can swap out its side skirt and palm rest for a mouse that can truly adapt to your unique grip. The BAT 6+ even claims to be 60% faster than other mechanical switches, so we hope it can live up to its promises.
Ampere Shower Power Bluetooth speaker
A Bluetooth speaker powered by the water flow in your shower, Shower Power by Ampere is set to make your morning routine a little more fun. Easy to install on any type of shower head, the hydropower speaker (made of 100% recycled ocean plastic) features controls for volume and pausing, as well as a wireless remote for more convenient selection. Plus, its hydroelectric generator stores more energy than it needs, allowing for up to 20 hours of play after you’ve turned the water off. Shower Power is available for preorder for $99.95, and will start shipping in early 2021.
Flo by Moen Smart Sump Pump Monitor
Moen’s Smart Sump Pump Monitor is like a smart water leak detector for your sump pump that can help you avoid major water damage if a pipe goes bad. The system constantly checks the pump's water levels, performance, power loss, humidity, temperature, WiFi status, and, of course, leaks. The monitor also checks for frozen pipes and monitors humidity levels. When the monitor detects a leak, a notification is sent via the Moen app, text, email, phone call, or via the pump's audible alarm for near-comprehensive alerts.
TP-Link Kasa KS220M smart motion-activated dimmer switch
The Motion-Activated Kasa Smart Dimmer Switch automatically turns on the lights when it senses movement and relies on an ambient light sensor that intuitively adjusts the brightness in a room depending on the time of day. The dimmer switch, which works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Samsung SmartThings, can be set to a timer, schedule, and used with group control. No neutral wire or hub is required to make this switch work, and it will be available for purchase later this year.
Twinkly Home Range smart lights
Twinkly's three new smart lighting options—Twinkly Line, Twinkly Flex, and Twinkly Squares—come in a variety of shapes and sizes to light up any living space. The smart lights can be controlled remotely via the Twinkly app or using Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Better yet, all of Twinkly’s new LED smart lights are completely customizable, so you can design your aesthetically pleasing light show using preset patterns, effects, and images.
Nobi smart monitoring lamp system
Nobi’s new lights are more than lamps; they're also unobtrusive, privacy-focused smart monitors designed to keep aging loved ones safe. The ceiling fixtures adapt to the person's activity, sense falls and changes in mobility, and even alert a contact and allow them to see an abstract image of the loved one to protect privacy. The cost will be $2,499 for an entire home setup, but there is also the option to rent the system for $119 per month. Nobi plans to release in the US late 2021.
GE Cync Indoor Camera
C by GE, GE's smart home brand, is now called Cync, and it’s releasing several smart home products this year. The Cync Indoor Camera caught our eye because of a unique privacy feature: a sliding shutter physically covers the camera and reveals a large orange panel when closed, enabling you to tell from a distance whether you’re being recorded. The shutter must be moved by hand, but you can also disable the camera electronically from the app. The Indoor Camera will be available in May, and the price is yet to be released.
Lockly Guard smart lock for sliding doors
Lockly’s smart locks are known for their innovative security features, such as a randomizing PIN pad called “PIN Genie” that keeps people from guessing your code by watching your hand movements. This year, Lockly is expanding its portfolio with Guard, a smart lock designed to work with sliding and swing doors. It’s tough to find a smart solution for sliding doors since they don’t use deadbolts, so the Guard is a welcome addition to the space. Guard is expected to be available for purchase in Q2, and it will be priced at $500.
V-Moda M-200 ANC headphones
V-Moda's new noise-canceling headphones are not kidding around, offering 10 levels of noise canceling, impressive battery life, high-resolution audio support, and more, all rolled into a customizable, near-indestructible chassis. At just under $500, the price is no joke either. Can these well-armed cans stand up to Apple's even pricier new AirPods Max?
Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro headphones
Anker's Soundcore brand has been making impressive strides when it comes to affordable, fully-wireless earbuds and the brand's latest pair offer an impressive specs list that includes active noise canceling, up to 26 hours of battery life with the case, IPX4 water resistance, and more. If that sounds familiar, the specs and the design seem destined to go up against the AirPods Pro, but at a much friendlier price. The big question lies with the quality of the noise canceling, but if it's any good, at just under $130 these earbuds could be serious rivals to the big boys in 2021.
JBL Tour One headphones
If there's one thing to know about JBL these days, the storied audio brand makes a whole lot of headphones. The Tour One stands out from the pack, however, with a sound signature aimed at studio-style balance, alongside adaptive noise canceling, up to 50 hours of claimed battery, and the kind of features you expect from a flagship model. We won't know if they can match up against the top-dog Sony WH-1000XM4 until we try them out, but we do know that, coming from JBL, they're very likely to offer excellent sound in a comfy, well-made chassis.
Kitchen & Cooking
PolyScience HydroPro immersion circulator
There’s a new immersion circulator in town: the PolyScience HydroPro Immersion Circulator by Breville. Intended for everyone from pro chefs to home cooks, this new sous vide features a guided cooking tool called Toolbox and precise temperature controls, along with a sturdy clamp so you can easily affix it to pots as large at 12 gallons. Using the device’s touchscreen, consumers can choose Sous Vide Toolbox, Manual, or My Presets to start cooking.
Samsung Bespoke 4-Door Flex refrigerator
Customization is key with Samsung’s Bespoke refrigerator. Consumers can choose from eight different colors and finishes in shades like champagne steel and sky blue glass to mix and match during and after installation (that’s right, you can swap ‘em out yourselves!). Further customization comes in the form of the 4-Door Flex format, an upgrade from Samsung’s Flex Zone technology that includes a dedicated beverage center that dispenses cubed ice as well as nugget ice, a standard filtered water dispenser, and a water pitcher that’s automatically filled while nesting in its designated spot. There’s a compartment with five different temperature settings, ensuring you’ll always have the perfect chill on whichever perishables you’re storing.
LG InstaView oven
The InstaView oven is one of two LG products getting the InstaView treatment in 2021 (check out this fridge). LG’s new InstaView oven range includes a plethora of buzz-worthy features, from built-in, water-free sous vide—achieved using low, consistent temperatures and controlled airflow—to the Air Fry mode in select ovens, a carry over from previous models. And as the name suggests, users can simply knock twice on the oven door to see what’s inside, so no heat is lost when checking on food.
Health, Beauty, & Fitness
AirPop Active+ face mask
Among the most defining changes due to COVID-19 is that we’re all wearing face masks any time we leave our homes to slow the spread. Airpop, a Xiaomi brand, introduced the “world’s first smart air wearable.” This $149 face mask combines superior air filtration—blocking >99% PM0.3, including dust, allergens, particulate matter and microbes—with smart sensors that measure pollutant levels and cross-reference local pollution reports to let you know when to replace the filter, as well as measure biometrics related to your breathing rate during regular activity and exercise as a means to track your health and fitness. It may seem like overkill to some, but face masks will no doubt remain a societal fixture, especially in crowded urban areas, and Airpop Active+ could provide welcome peace of mind.
Panasonic Nanoe hair dryer
Gone are the days of juggling a hair dryer while flipping your head upside and finger-combing through your roots to get it all to dry faster. The $150 Panasonic Nanoe Hair Dryer comes with an oscillating quick-dry nozzle that moves from side to side while you style, creating more movement through the hair without you needing to flick your wrist back and forth and resulting in a faster dry time. When your hair is mostly dry, switch out the oscillating nozzle for the concentrator for straight, sleek locks. And for days when you want to show off your curls, the dryer also comes with a diffuser. The dryer also uses the same “Nanoe” technology as its predecessors, which draws moisture from the air to reduce damage throughout the styling process.
Samsung Health Smart Trainer app
There’s nothing particularly novel about working out in front of a TV, as anyone who’s ever popped a Jane Fonda workout tape into a VHS player or cast a Peloton class to the big screen knows. But Samsung’s new TVs have a feature called Smart Trainer that has the potential to make those at-home workouts more exciting—and more effective. The Smart Trainer is a new feature of the Samsung Health app allows free access third-party workout apps like Obé and Jillian Michaels. With Trainer, the screen shows the workout video on the left and a live feed of you doing the workout on the right. In addition to allowing you to check your form in real time, the Smart Trainer uses motion-detecting AI to count your reps, estimate calorie burn, and coach form accuracy during each exercise. It also provides feedback after the class and keeps track of the kind of workouts you like to do and intensity at which you usually do them. Samsung TVs don’t have built-in cameras, so to use this feature, you must attach a webcam to the device (Samsung has a list of ones it recommends on its site.) With the camera and Smart Trainer, you’ll be on your way to safer, smarter at-home workouts.
Aromeo Sense essential oil diffuser
We’re always looking for ways to relax and wind down before bed, from using an essential oil diffuser to following a nightly routine. Yet no devices offer so much in one package until now. The new Aromeo Sense from Miscato Limited incorporates sound, essential oil diffusion, and light into one sleek bedside device. It features three preset modes—relax, focus, and sleep—that incorporate light, sound, and scents to bring you a full sensory experience to set the mood you’ve selected. You can control the device with three built-in buttons, using the app, or with Amazon Alexa. The app also has numerous options for customization, from creating unique blends of the three aroma pods, to allowing you to find the perfect color and intensity of light for your preferences, and setting a schedule. To top it off, the price is reasonable—the Aromeo Sense is available for pre-order on Indiegogo starting at $109 for a base pack, which includes the device and one pack of three essential oil pods, or $139 for the device and three packs of essential oil pods, with an expected ship date of February.
Ergomotion Quest Connect smart adjustable bed base
Ergomotion’s newest adjustable base, the Quest Connect, brings smart-home technology to your sleep with the hopes of improving its duration and quality. The bed base reacts with “if this, then that” patterns, wherein movements, sounds, or other feedback will trigger a specific “smart” response, even if you’re dead asleep. For example, the bed will communicate with a smart thermostat, like the Nest. If your sleep demonstrates certain movement patterns in the night, the thermostat will adjust ambient temperature, which is a major player in sleep. Snorers will also benefit: The base will detect if you’re sawing logs and gently elevate your head until the snoring subsides. And if you have a smart coffee maker the base can communicate with it to help you wake up to fresh brew on a daily basis. Quest Connect will be available this spring with a price of at least $800, and is compatible with some mattresses in a box. It will ship directly to you without requiring a crew for set-up—it’s an easy, quick DIY assembly.
Parenting & Kids' Tech
If you’ve ever spent an entire night bouncing a newborn on a birth ball in an attempt to get them to sleep, you will absolutely understand the need for Cradlewise. The first smart cradle that converts to a crib (for babies up to 24 months), Cradlewise gently (and silently) bounces a baby to facilitate sleep. With a built-in baby monitor that pairs with a smartphone and can be used in either audio or video mode, and a companion app that provides parents with sleep stats and a selection of lullabies and white noise, Cradlewise seems like the answer to getting babies to sleep. Pre-orders launch on Feb. 1. The cost is $1,499 plus a monthly subscription fee.
Trova Home personal safe
The brainchild of two parents who needed a place to store adult items that they didn’t want their kids to access, Trova Home is a personal safe that's perfect for storing anything you don't want your nosey children to find. Attractive enough to leave out in the open, the Trova Home measures 14.5 by 4.25 by 7.5 inches, and boasts a selection of safety features that ensure that only specific people can open it up. Access your secret stash either through the Trova app with biometric verification, or take advantage of the cool "tap to open" functionality that pops the safe open with just a finger tap on your smartphone.
Dipongo storytelling app
Dipongo and its interactive storytelling application offer a smarter way for kids to enjoy screen time. First, Dipongo draws kids into a magical story via a tablet. When the story stops—right in the middle of an exciting plot development—kids have to manually create something for the cute characters to use to drive the story forward. Children can use drawings, sculpture, or anything else they can think of; once they’ve come up with a solution, they upload it to Dipongo and continue with the story. It’s a brilliant way to get kids off of their screens without complaint and introduce them to problem solving. Currently available only in French, the English version will be available later in the year.
Tata Band by Filo smart car seat accessory
Forgetting a child in a hot car is every parent’s nightmare. Thankfully, the Tata Band by Filo, Smart Car Seat Reminder Band has the solution: a Bluetooth-enabled band that attaches to a child’s car seat belt and notifies parents via smartphone if they’ve accidentally left their child inside. The Tata activates when a parent gets 9 to 15 feet away, and first sends an alarm to the parent’s phone. If they don’t respond to the alarm within a timely manner, Tata will then call the parent to notify them. If they don’t answer the phone call, Tata then proceeds to voice call other emergency contacts until an adult is reached and the child can be rescued from the car.
LG CordZero ThinQ A9 Kompressor+ stick vacuum
With the CordZero ThinQ A9 Kompressor+, LG has unveiled its next-generation cordless vacuum. The big bonus for this new iteration: a self-emptying dock. Followers of the industry will note that a number of different brands, including iRobot and Ecovacs, already have this type of technology for robot vacuums, but when it comes to cordless vacs, this appears to be a market first—at least for a dock—that stores, charges, and empties all in a single space. Other exciting features that aren’t necessarily new, but still cool to have all in one unit, includes LG’s titular debris compressing technology, and its connectivity to LG’s ThinQ smart lifestyle platform.
Samsung JetBot 90 AI+ robot vacuum
Samsung takes a huge scoot forward with its new JetBot 90 AI+ robot vacuum and mop combo. Whereas previous iterations have lagged behind the competition when it comes to navigation, the JetBot 90 uses object-recognition lidar technology to differentiate between delicate items it shouldn’t approach and others it can clean around. Consumers can also connect to the JetBot’s camera directly to view a live feed of the home and to the vac’s app to designate where the JetBot should and shouldn’t move. As for cleaning performance, Samsung offers its same powerful show as in the past, coupled with a self-emptying dock that contains all debris once suctioned off the floor. Available mid-2021.
CleanAirZone Bio-Based air purifier
When it comes to talking about COVID-19, “capture and destroy” sounds pretty good and that’s exactly what CleanAirZone’s brand new Bio-Based Air Purifier promises to do to those highly contagious viral particles. Using water and the company’s proprietary bio-air scrubbing solution rife with microbiotics and enzymes, this air purifier cleanses the air of pollutants like mold, bacteria, MRSA, the flu, and more, without a filter. The U.S.-based company has tested the efficacy of its technology both in the field and in the Tennessee-based AssuredBio environmental microbiology lab.
MyQ Pet Portal
The connected smart door can help your pooch get some much-needed fresh air (and take care of business) when you aren’t nearby to let them out, while also keeping your home secure. Chamberlain’s MyQ Pet Portal is a custom-fitted, full-size door with a hidden smart panel that slides open and shut much like a pair of elevator doors. A 1080p camera on both sides of the door allows you to see when your furry friend needs out and in, and two-way audio means he can hear your voice even when you’re far away. The MyQ Pet Portal, which is currently available for preorder, costs $2,999.99 and is slated to be released later this year.
Getting a beloved family cat to drink enough water—about a cup a day—to maintain kidney and urinary tract health is a common struggle for pet owners, not to mention staying ahead of keeping the water bowl clean and slime-free. Desimore’s new KittySpring iterates on cat fountain bowls with its sleek looks and gravity-fed design. The tank holds two days’ worth of water, which is purified by a no-replacement-needed stainless steel filter as it slowly fills the wide saucer-like bowl. Currently available for preorders on Indigogo for $55, KittySpring will ship this month.
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