PureIQ Charger Cord

PureIQ Charger Cord

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Unique charger cord for your PureIQ.

Uses built in non-toxic mercury-free UVC LED light technology to sterilize 99.99% of harmful odor-causing bacteria found in your water and the inner surface of your drink bottle.

Double-walled stainless steel vacuum insulation keeping your water cold for over 12 hours.

All bottles are free of BPA & harmful plastics. 

No regular filter replacements needed - UVC LED light lasts for 100,000 cycles.

Rechargeable battery that can last up to 3 weeks on 1 full charge. Perfect for those multi day hikes!

Completely travel safe.

Lightweight making it your perfect travel companion. 

Capacity: 500ml

UV-C Wavelength: 275nm

Input: 5V DC, 0.3A

Battery: 400mAh

Material: 304 stainless steel, 2-layer vacuum insulation

Weight: 335g

Charging Time:  2-3 hours

Battery Working Time: Up to 3 weeks on full charge (using the normal sterilisation cycle once per day) 

Charging Method: USB-A charger cord with unique magnetic bottle attachment

Minimum Water Temperature:   -20° Celsius

Maximum Water Temperature: 100° Celsius      

Normal Mode: Tap lid twice to activate for 60 seconds for a quick sterilisation.

Intense Mode: Tap lid 5 times to activate for 120 seconds for an intense & comprehensive sterilisation.

IQ Mode: Intelligently activates every 4 hours for a 20 second sterilisation to keep your bottle fresh, clean & help reduce bacteria.

All orders within Australia will be dispatched between 1 -3 business days from order date.

All orders within Australia will arrive between 2 - 8 business days from dispatch date.

Don't stress - we will keep you continually updated with emails letting you know where your order is at!

1 x PureIQ Bottle

1 x Instruction Manual

1 x PureIQ Bottle Holder

1 x USB-A Charging Cable

*USB-A Charger not included. Charging cable is able to be plugged into any USB-A compatible charger. 


Take a look at the bacteria levels in your current drink bottle. That might change your mind!