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Cleaner Water On The Go With LifeStraw’s Personal Water Filter

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* Award-winning water filter ideal for camping or backpacking
* Portable, lightweight and works in seconds
* Can filter up to 1,000 liters

Used by non-governmental organizations and humanitarians around the world, the LifeStraw Personal Water Filter is the safest, easiest and most convenient way to filter water on the go. It’s exceeded EPA standards for water filters and even won Time magazine’s prestigious “Invention of the Year” award. Yeah, it’s that good.

Weighing only 2 oz, this pocket filter is perfect for hikes, camping trips, backpacking or even just to keep in the car in case of emergencies. Just insert the tip of the filter into any water source, wait a few seconds for it to work its magic, and then use the mouthpiece to sip clean, filtered water. The device can be used in rivers, streams and even muddy and murky waters.


This revolutionary approach to clean drinking water means you can sip easy without having to worry about chlorine, iodine or other potentially harmful chemicals. Using advanced micron technology, LifeStraw’s able to remove 99.99% of bacteria and protozoa. It’s also able to filter up to 264 gallons (or 1,000 liters). That basically equals an entire year of clean drinking water.

And here’s where it gets even better: for every unit sold, LifeStraw will provide a year’s worth of clean drinking water to a child in developing countries. Filter your drinking water while helping others in need? Sounds like a win-win to us.

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