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PORTABLE MINI WATER FILTER - GREAT FOR CARRYING WITH YOU

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Going camping, hiking, and adventuring are a lot of fun. However, these activities require you to be prepared. Our lightweight Mini Portable Water Filter is the perfect survival accessory to have with you. It allows you to always be able to have clean drinking water.

FEATURES:

  • Filtration Pore Size: 0.1micron
  • Size: 40 x 136mm
  • Material: Medical grade UF Silicone
  • Water flow: 0.6L/min

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Water filter with a tip cap (cleanover 2000L of water)
  • Bucket or plaster bag connector
  • Hose clip
  • Medical grade Silicone hose

USES:

  • Personal: Use as a mouthpiece attached to a bottle or use the straw to drink directly from the source.
  • Group: Traveling with a group requires using a more sanitary means of drinking. You can attach the filter to a plastic bag or bucket using the connector and hose.

Remember to backwash your filter!

Over 2000 liters of filtration capacity!

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Desmond Dubey

I took this mini filtration system with me on a hiking trip through the woods. It worked perfectly! I drank directly from a stream using the device. Nothing but fresh, clean water.

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Lewis Hurely

This is a truly innovative product. Take it with you every where! You never know what can happen. I love how I can use it directly, with a bottle, or even with a bucket or bag.

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Connie F.

As a homeschool mom, I love introducing new things to my kiddos. They had a lot of fun using the filtration straw in the mud puddle in our driveway. It was amazing to see how clean the straw made the water. 100% pure!

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Mitch Chevron

I love this mini filtration system so much that I bought a second one for my wife. We love to go camping and this accessory is the perfect tool to have. We always have clean water.

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Simon Loyd

Backpacking through the wilderness in Thailand is quite an experience. I'm thankful I had this filtration system with me when my group ran out of fresh water. It was quite literally a lifesaver.

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