LifeStraw Go Water Bottle with Integrated 1000-Liter LifeStraw Filter

May 25, 2016 - Comment

The award-winning LifeStraw water filter has now been incorporated into a sports bottle to give users access to safe drinking water even when there is no water source nearby. Simply use the bottle to scoop water from any pond, stream or river, and you will have a supply of fresh, clean drinking water. Take the

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The award-winning LifeStraw water filter has now been incorporated into a sports bottle to give users access to safe drinking water even when there is no water source nearby. Simply use the bottle to scoop water from any pond, stream or river, and you will have a supply of fresh, clean drinking water. Take the LifeStraw Go with you when you go hiking, camping, or travelling to areas with poor water quality. The LifeStraw filter is the most advanced personal water filter available on the market today. LifeStraw has been rigorously tested to surpass EPA standards for removing E. Coli, Giardia and Cryptosporidium oocysts, and many other waterborne contaminants. The LifeStraw Go filters water down to 0.2 microns without the use of chemicals. When the filter has reached capacity (1,000 liters / 264 gallons) it will stop taking in water. Since the water filter is detachable, you can simply purchase a replacement filter when the filter has reached capacity. The bottle can be reused indefinitely, saving waste from disposable plastic water bottles. Made of BPA-free Tritan, the LifeStraw Go bottle is extremely durable. The food-grade silicone mouthpiece is flexible which prevents it from chipping or cracking, and is removable for easy cleaning. Use the carabiner to attach to your backpack, or store in your preparedness kit to ensure access to safe, clean drinking water in an emergency. Bottle capacity 23 ounces. Dimensions 9 x 3 inches. Weight 7.8 ounces.

Comments

Jersey Beach Boy says:

Love the Bottle Design but Hate the Chemical Taste Just received my bottle for a trip to Brazil in April and my main purpose for the bottle is to filter the tap water there. 

John F says:

LifeStraw Go Water Bottle is easily one of the best hiking accessories I’ve ever used I looked around the internet for a while for a viable way to purify water. I actually tested two different brands of water purification tablets. Although they would work in a pinch, they were both absolutely disgusting. The next thing I tried was a Katadyn water filter pump. It was expensive, added more weight to my pack than I would have liked and way too time consuming to set up and pump for it to be practical for a day hike. I randomly stumbled across the LifeStraw Go Water Bottle on Amazon and decided to pick one up . 

David B.Willis says:

We have been canoeing in Texas, Arkansas, and … We have been canoeing in Texas, Arkansas, and the boundary waters of Canada up in Minnesota, and have NEVER gotten sick from drinking out of our LifeStraw water bottles.

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