Portable Water Filter Filtration Straw Purifier Survival Gear, Etekcity 1500L Emergency Camping Equipment 3-stage Filtration, 0.01 Micron, Survival Kit Hurricane Storm Supplies

February 21, 2018 - Comment

This water filter straw is ideal for emergency and outdoor use. Safely drink up to 1,500 liters of water from nearly any lake, river, spring, well or even rainwater with up to 4 different uses including filter extension, portable water storage, and prefiltration. The Personal Water Purifier by Etekcity filters 99.9999% of colibacillus, legionella, heavy

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This water filter straw is ideal for emergency and outdoor use. Safely drink up to 1,500 liters of water from nearly any lake, river, spring, well or even rainwater with up to 4 different uses including filter extension, portable water storage, and prefiltration. The Personal Water Purifier by Etekcity filters 99.9999% of colibacillus, legionella, heavy metal ions, remained chlorine, VOC, organic and insect contaminant.

Hydration Reservoir Compatible!
Take your outdoor explorations to the next level with the Etekcity Personal Water Purifier.  You can hook your purifier to a water pouch and fill the pouch with the available water, even if it isn’t clean. Just attach the purifier straw to the hydration backpack you already own and drink water from lakes, ponds, rivers and streams .

Foldable Water Bag
Portably designed to carry safely filtered water on-the-go with the foldable water bag, making it ideal for any camper or outdoors traveler in areas where water is scarce.

Extension Tube
the extension tube allows users to drink water from further and inaccessible distances and depths.

Pre-filter
Easy to apply and remove, the pre-filter safely provides extra filtration when water is more turbid or contains organic or any insect contaminants.

Backwash Device
Keep the filter clean and clog-free with simple pressure pump operation.

Specifications
Net Weight: 60g
Capacity: 1500L / 1 year (from first use)

Package Contents
1 x Personal Water Purifier
1 x Foldable Water Bag
1 x Extension Tube
1 x Pre-filter
1 x Backwash Device
1 x User Manual

Product Features

  • 3 STAGE ADVANCED FILTRATION: includes pre-filter, antibacterial activated carbon filter and 0.01 Microns hollow fiber UF membrane inline filter; removes 99.99999% of waterborne bacteria, such as salmonella, cholera, and E.coli; removes 99.9999% of all protozoa, such as giardia and cryptosporidium
  • SAFETY TESTED: This water purifier has been tested by the TüV SüD Institute and meets EPA Water Quality Standards. The pouch complies with the FDA’s Food Contact test in accordance with 21 CFR 180.22 to ensure maximum quality and safety
  • DEPENDABLE ACCESSORIES: The filter kit comes with a foldable water pouch for collecting water, a longer straw to attach to the filter, and a syringe for cleaning and lifetime extension
  • PREPAREDNESS: Small and lightweight, ideal for backpacking, camping, hiking, scouting, and more. Store in emergency preparedness kits and survival bags to constantly be prepared for when disaster strikes
  • FILTER MORE: This filter will provide up to 1500 liters of safe drinking water from any source like creeks and streams whether clean or dirty

Comments

kang says:

Really hard to draw water though this one, long cleaning process makes it hard to use. I just compared this to the lifestraw and it’s not all that great. I suspect most here used this on tap water instead of contaminated water, and put it in a drawer as an emergency gadget. Personally, I tried to actually use it.In a nutshell:The good:Sure, it filters better than the Lifestraw. No doubt. I tested with manually (no viruses or bacterias mind you) contaminated water and inspected the result with a microscope. Couldn’t fault it. The lifestraw let some…

Dawn Knapp says:

I am going to need another one! This one is great! I am putting together a bug out bag and bought this to add to it. I love it. It has everything you will need to make sure you stay hydrated. I sipped water through it from a run off creek that is in back of my house and I didn’t get sick and the water didn’t have a bad taste. So I am going to say it works. I used the pre-filter, it cleared the water nicely, but makes it a bit hard to draw if it gets too clogged so keep your eye on that. In a cleaner area of the water I used without the…

kdrappo says:

So far, so good. My boys and I like to canoe and thought this would be a cool addition to our day packs. We couldn’t wait to try it out. First with tap water, then water from the pool cover. Reasonable amount of suction required and no discernible difference in taste between the two waters. 24 hrs since we drank the stagnant water from the pool. Must be working, Thank God! I’d rather find out now than out on a backpacking or camping trip. Back flush was also easy. I’ve never used anything like this, but it…

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