LifeStraw Go Filter Bottle with 2-Stage Filtration - 22 fl. oz.

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The 22 fl. oz. LifeStraw Go Filter Bottle with 2-stage filtration has a built-in hollow-fiber membrane and activated carbon straw / filter so you can have clean, and clean-tasting, water on the go.

  • Features

    • Hollow-fiber filter membrane with activated carbon offers a high flow rate; sip on the straw and it filters the water while it's on the way to your mouth
    • 0.2-micron filter physically removes 99.9999% of all bacteria, such as salmonella, cholera and E.coli; removes 99.9% of all protozoa such as giardia and cryptosporidia
    • Detachable hollow-fiber filter membrane is effective for cleaning up to 1,000 gallons (4,000L) before needing replacement; bottle can be used indefinitely
    • BPA-free Tritan® plastic bottle is lightweight and durable; leakproof lid and durable, flexible mouthpiece detaches for easy cleaning
    • 22 fl. oz. LifeStraw Go Filter Bottle includes a carabiner for easy carrying

    Imported.

    Important information from LifeStraw: Some packaging for these bottles may have outdated filtration information. Regardless of what is printed on the package of the bottle you receive, LifeStraw performed extensive testing and found the filters have a 4,000L (or 1,000 gal.) lifespan. If you receive a bottle with the older packaging that displays a shorter lifespan, LifeStraw wants to assure you the filter can be used for up to 4,000L before it must be replaced.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backpacking

    Hiking

    Filter Type

    Bottle

    Filter Medium

    Hollow-fiber membrane with activated carbon

    Removes/Destroys

    Protozoa And Bacteria

    Housing Material

    Tritan plastic

    BPA Free

    Yes

    Field Cleanable

    Yes

    Weight

    7.8 ounces

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