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KOR’s Nava Filtered Bottle Is Inc. Magazine Accessory of the Year

“Best in Class” design awards honor top 7 U.S. products.

KOR Water’s new Nava filtered reusable bottle continues to garner accolades and awards for it’s innovative design and ease of use giving consumers clean, fresh water on the go. Honored in the current issue of Inc. Magazine, the KOR Nava filtered bottle is celebrated for its marriage of sleek aesthetics and great functionality.

“The Nava has rapidly become KOR’s top-selling water bottle and sets the standard for ease and convenience in a filtered bottle,” states KOR CEO & Founder, Eric Barnes. “Nava continues KOR’s success in driving innovation through design within the hydration category.”

According to Inc., each of the top seven products “demonstrates exceptional functionality, a top quality design ethic, superior workmanship, and an innovative approach to solving problems–both eternal and modern.” The awards were selected by Inc.’s “Best in Class” expert judging panel.

From the Inc. Magazine article:

“KOR elevates the humble water bottle to a piece of high-performance equipment. Its built-in water filter, handle, and silicone spout are highly functional elements. Satisfying build quality and aesthetic complete the picture.” — Jonas Damon, Executive Creative Director, Frog Design.

For consumers seeking an alternative to the waste and expense of bottled water, Nava delivers the ultimate in style, health and convenience. The Nava is now available for retail for a suggested retail price of $21.95.  Nava contains its own replaceable filter that lasts three months under normal use, replacing 300 disposable bottles and saving up to $400 in bottled water purchases. Nava is also the only bottle that comes with its own filter subscription service, enabling consumers to set reminders and receive new filters direct to their doors via KOR’s new “FreeWater” filter subscription service.

Image courtesy KOR Water

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