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Originally developed to provide safe drinking water after natural disasters, the Personal Water Filter from LifeStraw removes 99.9% of bacteria and protozoa, allowing you to drink directly from a stream, pond or container. The hollow fiber microfiltration technology filters out contaminants larger than 0.2 microns from freshwater, including E. coli, salmonella, Giardia and Cryptosporidium.
The BPA-free filter will process up to 264 gallons / 1,000 liters. When the filter reaches the end of its usable life, the LifeStraw will cease to work, preventing use with an inadequate filter. Because it uses no iodine, your water won't have an unpleasant aftertaste. Measuring 9 x 1" and weighing just 2 oz, the Personal Water Filter doesn't add much weight or bulk to your pack, and comes with a lanyard so you can wear it around your neck on the trail.
Drink safely from stream, pond or container
Removes 99.9% of E. coli, salmonella, Giardia and Cryptosporidium
Hollow fiber microfiltration technology filters out contaminants larger than 0.2 microns
Filter life: 264 gallons / 1,000 liters
Water cannot be drawn through LifeStraw once filter expires, preventing consumption of unfiltered water
Made of 100% BPA-free materials
Uses no iodine – water has no unpleasant aftertaste
Pack-friendly at 9 x 1" and just 2 oz
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LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
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Hollow fiber membrane; pore size 0.2 microns
Removes 99.9% of waterborne bacteria, including E. coli and salmonella
Removes 99.9% of waterborne protozoa, including Giardia and Cryptosporidium