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It is back to school time and you gotta make sure those kiddos stay hydrated. The Gululu Interactive Water Bottle is a fun way to get your kids excited about staying hydrated.

What is Gululu? Gululu was developed by Bowhead Technology as an interactive water bottle that keeps children hydrated while allowing parents to monitor daily water-drinking progress through an easy to use smartphone app. Gululu provides a technology-enabled solution with a learning-through-play mechanism to address issues pertaining to children’s wellbeing.

The water bottle tracks hydration and encourages the child to drink with the help of an educational pet-growing game DIRECTLY ON THE BOTTLE! As kids consume more water from their Gululu bottle, their virtual pet grows and unlocks new worlds and adventures at the “Gululu Universe.” Gululu also has an automatic software and content update system that continuously rolls out new features to keep children engaged.

 

 

Gululu’s Greater Purpose:

Gululu’s mission and contribution is to help children all over the world stay healthy and hydrated! To advance their goal, for every Gululu bottle purchased, a child in a developing country will be provided with clean drinking water! This initiative was created through a partnership with Generosity.org, a humanitarian organization that provides sustainable solutions to the global water crisis, one community at a time. Joining forces with Generosity.org has allowed Gululu to offer programs focused on educating kids on social responsibility and initiate water-well projects for developing countries.

Want to know more? Gululu has been featured in leading global media publications in over 20 countries. Among them are TechCrunch, Yahoo, Vogue, and Forbes that declared Gululu as a “Top 5 best kids’ gadgets.”

Enter to Win a $45 Gift Card from Gululu!

Gululu is giving away a $45 Gift Card to one lucky winner to

help you prepare for the upcoming school year!

 

Quick Features!

Gululu is an amazing interactive water bottle that provides children with an entertaining reminder to stay hydrated. Parents love it because it doesn’t require anything extra from them. All you have to do is wash Gululu after each use, allow it to air dry (baby bottle racks are a great drying solution to keep the lid and bottle together). Kids can easily charge Gululu overnight or between sips as the bottle just rests on the charging cradle when not in use. Take a look at the quick features that highlights why you’ll love Gululu too:

  • Monitor children’s daily water-drinking progress through your smartphone
  • Grow and evolve with a virtual ‘tamagotchi-like’ virtual pet
  • Experience continuous content updates through an automatic software update system to keep children engaged
  • Parents can utilize “Do Not Disturb” and “Bedtime” modes to be sure the Gululu Pet isn’t distracting during learning or rest times.
  • Learn-Through-Play, embark on a journey of health, rewards, and adventures within the “Gululu universe”
  • Connect with friends by syncing to nearby bottles and stay connected with the cloud-based app. Durable, safe, and waterproof with a modular design and easy-to-clean spout that makes maintenance simple BPA-free

Other important features:

  • Monthly themes: Every couple of weeks, Gululu introduces additional features, such as new online campaigns, drinking animations, pet accessories, sound effects, and more. These exciting additions are all automatically updated into the bottle through the cloud.
  • Gululu Universe Journey: Children can redeem accessories for their pets with the virtual coins collected along their journey of discovering the Gululu Universe.
  • Virtual pets: A fourth virtual pet, (Donny), was released at the end of March. More characters are expected to be added soon to expand the population of the “Gululu universe.”

 

ENTER TO WIN!

One lucky reader will win a $45 Amazon Gift Card from Gululu!

The giveaway is open US Only, 18+

The giveaway ends 9/1 at 1159p est

Be sure to come back daily for more chances to win.

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Mommy’s Playbook Giveaway Rules: This giveaway is Sponsored by Gululu and hosted by Mommy’s Playbook. Winner will receive a $45 Amazon Gift Card! Use the gift card for whatever you like OR towards your Gululu purchase! Victoria and/or Mommy’s Playbook are not responsible for prize fulfillment. By entering this giveaway you are giving the giveaway host and/or event sponsor permission to retain your email address for future communication, you may choose to opt-out of such communications at any time. Please contact Victoria (at) MommysPlaybook.com regarding any questions you have pertaining to this giveaway.

32 comments

  1. Hydration is something I have not worried about , but now I probably will!! LOL

  2. No I haven’t worried lots about that. But I do know it is important.

  3. I do worry about my kids hydration at school. During the summer I make sure they stay hydrated, but at school it is up to them to make sure they are drinking enough water 🙂

  4. Rebecca Hobratschk

    My kids are grown now. I did not worry about their hydration at school because they wre allowed to have a water bottle with them. I remember waiting in line at the water fountain when I was in school. We were only allowed to drink for 15 seconds and then it was the next kid’s turn.

  5. Stephanie Shipley

    I do worry about my son staying hydrated at school. He doesn’t drink very much water while he is there.

  6. Yes, especially when they are outside during PE

  7. So far I have not worried.

  8. I do worry about my daughter’s hydration at school. She is very young so she doesn’t pay attention to her body if she feels thirsty. This product is a really great idea!

  9. they have a drinking fountain at school. So that helps hydration mucho!

  10. I do not worry because there are plenty of water fountains and I always send them to school with a water bottle.

  11. We send my daughter to school with a water bottle and there are water fountains all over the school, so I don’t worry about hydration.

  12. I do worry about them remembering to drink water but not worried they don’t have the option to drink it because they are lucky enough to go to a school where a fountain is right in each class room.

  13. Not usually! She brings a water bottle with her

  14. I haven’t thought about it that much, but I probably should

  15. My kids are older, my youngest is a senior in high school. When they were little, I did worry about their hydration at school, especially during the hot days.

  16. I always made sure they had plenty to drink before leaving and packed their favorites for lunch.

  17. Darlene Carbajal

    I don’t have kids.

  18. I didn’t when they were in school. But I can understand where it would be worrisome.

  19. Our school allows students to have waterbottles and encourages them to use them. However I’m not sure if my daughter actually drinks much of it (I think she def. would with one of these!)

  20. I don’t worry too much. They are allowed to carry water bottles.

  21. It is something that I worried about while they were in daycare during the summer as they were always very thirsty when I picked them up. During the school year they don’t tend to come home hungry or thirsty. I haven’t gotten to know my oldest son’s teacher yet since it’s the first week of school for us, but I know my youngest son’s teacher as my oldest had her and I know my youngest son’s teacher cares and tends to all the kid’s needs.

  22. when I had a child in school no I didn’t worry about that

  23. I don’t have any children. I enter contest like these and give the prizes to Toys For Tots.

  24. i send my kids to school with a water bottle but i don’t really worry about their hydration. they drink when they are thirsty.

  25. Yes I do especially since my daughter is headache prone

  26. No, I don’t.

  27. I do worry about my child’s hydration while they are at school. They are busy and distracted with friends and they are not comfortable raising their hands to go get a drink frequently.

  28. not yet but i am sure i will when it comes time.

  29. Yes I do because my kids are always thirsty and don’t drink enough water.

  30. My children are grown now. But, I have grandchildren. I am concerned about dehydration. I am not sure that water fountains are always the most sanitary.

  31. I worry about my nieces and nephews drinking enough water. They prefer sweet drinks unfortunately.

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