AquaNew Rolls Out Its Commemorative 10th Anniversary One-Liter Watt-Ahh® Bottles

by AquaNew on July 17, 2017

in AquaNew Business Growth, Beverage Industry, Health/Nutrition, Water News

“It’s a high rise beauty, a great looking new bottle and label. It will pop on the shelf, looks more fun to heft, and a shelf will hold more product with this design.” ~Watt-Ahh® Customer Morgan W. of New York 

Watt-Ahh® is ready to move with our busy customers who want energy and hydration on the go. The slim, sleek bottle will fit in cup holders and sports bags. The even more compact and lighter half liter (16.9 oz.) bottles, which may be more compatible with some flimsy cup holders, continue to be available too.

The newest liter bottles rolled off the new assembly ramp on July 12, 2017. One quarter of the first production was sold in advance to customers who were willing to wait a couple more weeks for the new bottle. A rare behind-the-scenes video on the first production day can be seen below…

Watt-Ahh® is in its own category of bottled water. It is neither alkalinized nor electrolyte water since the latter typically has mineral additives such as sodium and potassium. Most electrolytes, which should be consumed instead in our food, typically slow passage of food from the stomach causing less pressure on the hydration level of kidneys to produce urine. It is fine to add electrolytes to any water but make sure they are in a chelated form for better bioavailability (we do not have gizzards to breakdown crud). Also, be careful with alkalinized water since it typically has a pH higher than that of the neutral pH (7.2) of our own blood. Instead, squeezing a lemon slice before drinking water can more naturally raise the pH if so desired.

Alternatively, Watt-Ahh® is ultra-pure polarized water with a growing nationwide reach. It is electron enriched, associated with small clusters of double water molecules that form stable, balanced crystalline-like structures. Watt-Ahh® has the crisp, clean and refreshing taste of 100% pure water with a molecular structure that works with cellular mitochondria for healing energy and recovery after vigorous exercise.

READ MORE on the New Pricing Schedule.

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Alycen Whiddon July 31, 2017 at 7:54 pm

What is the minimum amount a 64 year old (me) should drink of watt ahh each day?


AquaNew July 31, 2017 at 8:22 pm

Hi Alycen,

Thank you for your question! We recommend at least one serving (or 8 oz) per average size person, daily. For purposes of optimum hydration and detoxification, we recommend one to two 16.9 oz. of Watt-Ahh® bottles each day. You can find more information on this on our FAQ page: Best wishes!


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