According to foreign media CNET, HeatWorks Duo Smart Untethereed CARAFE glass bottles can be hot water when pouring water. Just filled with cold water, this glass water bottle will bring hot water into the cup. In addition, it allows the user to set the desired precise temperature. Water fell out from the water bottle is heated to the user’s positive and negative one degree.
Since Duo is required to generate hot water, there is no need to stand in front of the pot or before the bottle is boiled. HeatWorks, which developed this product, said that the glass water bottle uses “ohm array technology.” This system will also be used in the HeatWorks Tetra Countertop Dishwasher dishwasher (announced last year).
Tetra dishwasher has not been actually shipped, so it is still unclear whether the technology of HeatWorks is feasible. This process sounds similar to the functionality of the PID controller (proportional-integral-differential controller). In addition to the concentrated coffee machine, the PID controller has also been used in other kitchen utensils. Breville’s Precision Brewer is an example. This $ 300 drip coffee machine uses a PID controller connected to the electric water system.
This glass water bottle can get electricity from rechargeable batteries, which makes it easy. Heatworks currently did not set prices for Duo, nor did it determine its shipping date.