Platypus GravityWorks 2.0L Filter Bottle System

August 25, 2018 - Comment

The minimalist GravityWorks 2.0L Bottle Kit system is both ultralight and ultracompact, thanks to a simple adapter that easily connects the pump-free water filter system directly to a water bottle or hydration reservoir, conveniently filtering water for 1-4 people in the backcountry. Bottle Kit: Minimalist setup uses a Universal Bottle Adapter to connect the system

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The minimalist GravityWorks 2.0L Bottle Kit system is both ultralight and ultracompact, thanks to a simple adapter that easily connects the pump-free water filter system directly to a water bottle or hydration reservoir, conveniently filtering water for 1-4 people in the backcountry. Bottle Kit: Minimalist setup uses a Universal Bottle Adapter to connect the system directly to an existing water bottle or reservoir*. No pumping: Just fill the dirty reservoir, hang it, and let gravity do the hard work. Fast: Filters up to 1.5 liters per minute; filter lifetime up to 1,500 liters of water. Effective: Meets all EPA & NSF guidelines for the removal of 99.9999% of bacteria and 99.9% of protozoa**. Ultralight & Ultracompact: System can weigh as little as 6.6 oz. (187 g) and stows smaller than most 1L bottles. Field-cleanable: Microfilter can be easily backflushed in 4 seconds to maintain filter performance. Hollow Fiber Advantage: Hundreds of tiny, hollow fibers, enable the microfilter to filter water faster than traditional filter media. Easy collecting & dispensing: Collecting water is easy—simply open the top, scoop water, and close; control delivery of filtered water with hose shutoff clamp. Comes with: 2.0L Dirty reservoir, Hollow Fiber microfilter, Universal Bottle Adapter, hoses, storage sack. *Adapter interfaces with all Platypus bottles and most from MSR, Nalgene, Klean Kanteen, CamelBak and many more (these trademarks are not owned by Cascade Designs, Inc.). **This includes Giardia, Cryptosporidium, E. coli, Salmonella and Cholera. Made in U.S.A. of U.S. and Imported Materials.

Product Features

  • Bottle Kit: Minimalist setup uses a Universal Bottle Adapter to connect the system directly to an existing water bottle or reservoir*
  • No pumping: Just fill the dirty reservoir, hang it, and let gravity do the hard work.
  • Fast: Filters up to 1.5 liters of water per minute; filter lifetime up to 1,500 liters of water.
  • Effective: Meets all EPA & NSF guidelines for the removal of 99.9999% of bacteria and 99.9% of protozoa**
  • Field-cleanable: Microfilter can be easily backflushed in 4 seconds to maintain filter performance.

Comments

Lisa says:

Backpakers dream water filter I just got back from hiking in the back country of Alaska. We hiked the 33 mile Chilkoot Trail. This worked well for us and others who seemed to have misplaced their water treatment systems. We were on the trail 5 days and used it every single day more than one time. The 2L was sufficient for us since water was plentiful. It is fast and lightweight to carry. I highly recommend the Platypus 2L. Also we never used the bottle (Nalgene) type cover since one can simply just put the hose into the…

Michael Fischer says:

funny taste first 2 gallons Seems awesome in every way but the first 2 gallons have a chlorine taste that is overwhelming. 06/10/18 Still looking for a solution or reason for this . This chlorine taste went away on the 3rd gallon and I love the filter. 06/14/18. After a 2 week excursion I went back to the owners manual and read the long term storage instructions: “Treat system with a solution of 2 drops of bleach and one liter of tap water.”That would explain how my experience is consistent with…

R.Bot says:

Faster Water Filtration This thing is awesome. I was going to buy one of those straw style filters, but was laughing at the guys drinking out of their cups next to the stream while I quickly filled 2 2liter water bladders and headed back to camp. You can save some money and buy this one that doesn’t have a clean water bag and just hook it up to your drinking container. Warning: This adapts with the CamelBack bladders and Nalgene bottles, but not with the Osprey bladders.

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