Watt-Ahh

International Watt-Ahh – It Can Be Worth the Wait (Plus Hassle and Expense)

International shipping is tricky. We have had persistently focused customers who hire exporters to ship pallets of Watt-Ahh to their home countries including Canada, U.K., China and Sweden. The most recent is a pallet arrived by ship to the Netherlands.  Gio (our customer and shipper for the international portion of the pallet journey) sent this […]

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How to Live a Longer and Healthier Life: The Water of Ages – AHA! Long-Jet Discovery for July of 2019

Could our DNA be hacked? Longevity trends project a longer life span for Baby Boomers when compared with that of subsequent generations. Sadly, with the onset of diseases at earlier ages, our children and grandchildren may experience on average, shorter life spans when compared to those of their senior relatives. Could successive degeneration of DNA […]

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Respiratory Ease in High Humidity

High humidity in the summertime can feel like a warm shower … great to hydrate the skin but can make it more difficult to breathe, feeling like breathing under a warm shower. Working in the garden or exercising outdoors in high humidity can make the lungs feel like they are working overtime. Watt-Ahh provides oxygen […]

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Saving Trekkers’ Lives on Mt. Everest – WIT Technology Delivers Hydration Respiration at High Elevations

A Perfect Storm happened this hiking season on Mt. Everest. A combination of rookie climbers, unqualified Sherpas (guides), unexpected bad weather, limited oxygen supplies and other factors contributed to the high mortality rate. It is estimated that there were over 800 hikers on the mountain at one time this month. The NY Times wrote .. […]

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Happy WATTAH! WATTAH! Day

After AquaNew received the U.S. trademark approval for the brand name of Watt-Ahh for the polarized water, we were fascinated to learn about the Wattah! Wattah! Festival that is held each June within the Philippines. It is a major water celebration with a religious blessing of baptism. Fire hoses spray the crowds, drenching everyone who […]

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Five-Star High

Our Amazon customers make us feel Five-Star High.  We appreciate the social reviews that others are finding useful comments when they shop Watt-Ahh bottled water. Below are several reviews posted over the last few months: 5 stars – Worth every penny! March 27, 2019 – Verified Amazon Purchase “I have been purchasing Watt-Ahh on amazon […]

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Why We Use PET-1 Plastic Bottles

One of the most frequent of the FAQ’s that we receive is why use PET-1 (non-PBA plastic) for Watt-Ahh? The short answer is for safety, sanitation and product integrity. History of Bottled Water Several years ago, I was intrigued when someone asked me about the history of bottled water (pure, non-mineralized). My husband and I […]

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How to Make The Original Water Elixir

Watt-Ahh is similar to the Original Water on Earth, billions of years ago. The rain water was pure and active from many lightning storms. The water electrically-transported micro nutrients in the soil to support growth of floating algal mats including single-celled Chlorella (green algae) and diatoms. Dinosaurs feasted on the algae and the bioavailability of […]

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The Watt-Ahh Saga – Where are the Watt-Ahh Liter Bottles?

I love the high-rise beauties with the interior label of three cascading diamonds. It is truly a  delight for me to talk with customers and dispatch the Water to them. I am sad that the liter bottles are temporarily sold out for the next week or two. In recent years, we have come close to […]

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Our Very Own Exclusive Tank

Watt-Ahh has arrived! Since we are producing twice a month on average, Nicky Traina, one of the plant managers at Ultra Pure Bottling in Tampa, FL., has changed the plumbing so this 6,500 gallon tank is exclusively used to make Watt-Ahh. The photo to the left shows the tall tank adjacent to “Big Jake” on […]

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