Outdoor Water Purifier

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Tired of lugging bottled water on your hiking or camping trips? With our Outdoor Water Purifier, you can make any water safe to drink. Using activated carbon, it purifies 99.99% of harmful bacteria, parasites, and other impurities. Be prepared for any emergency with the reusable Outdoor Water Purifier.

Drink directly from the filter with the included spout. When not drinking, close the spout cover to keep it clean. Screw directly onto a bottle, or open the bottom flap and insert it into any container.

Features:

  • Reusable - Reuse again and again.  This will quickly become the most important piece in your camping gear.
  • Lightweight - Stop hauling a case of bottled water on your trips. All you need is this filter.
  • Versatile - Use with a canteen, flask, bottle, or cup. Screw directly onto standard size bottlenecks.
  • Included Mouthpiece - Use the mouthpiece to drink directly from a stream or other water source. Or, quench your thirst by collecting water in your bottle or container, then attaching the filter.

Essential Survival Gear 

If you live where the water filtration is unreliable, just toss this filter in your bag. Wherever you go, you’ll have access to fresh, safe water.

Filters 99.99%

Eliminate 99.99% of harmful bacteria, parasites, and chemicals. Make any water drinkable in seconds with our Outdoor Water Purifier.

Customer Reviews

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R.M.

I am going to keep this one simple. Recently I got stranded in the back woods of the Adirondack Mountains. I had ran out of water earlier on the first day and used this until I was rescued on the morning of day three. THIS WORKS, this helped save my life. If you hike YOU NEED THIS PRODUCT.

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R.

I don't travel anywhere without my purifier. I've used my filter to drink from the sink everywhere in the world and I have never once gotten sick. I used it in India, China, Thailand, Brazil, Colombia, and all over the US. I also take it with me when I go hiking or camping, but I only use it in emergencies. The filter is perfect size to fit anywhere- luggage, backpack, purse, etc. It's easy to use and to clean. It takes a bit of time to fully dry out, but I just leave it open draining near the sink overnight before packing it up again.

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G.

I bought this item for a hiking/camping trip in the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and did it work amazing! It is an advantage to carry this around with you instead of bottles of water or a hydration pack. I was not afraid at one second to stick this into a random creek we came across and start to drink.The initial drink was a little tough. (Just need to get the water through the filter) But I would rather it be like that, so I know that the filter is doing its job. After that, the rest of the sips were easy.Make sure you clean this according to the instructions after each use. I believe the product will stop working if you do not clean it correctly.Do not hesitate to purchase this product and use it in a water source when you are thirsty.

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T.

I didn’t get sick, water tasted refreshing!

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I.C.

This thing is no joke! I took it backpacking on Maine's Bigelow range. When I ran out of the water I brought, I was A-ok with this. Just bring a wide mouth bottle to fill with water you find. On top of one of the lower peaks, I drank from the most disgusting looking crevice filled with brown scum (see photo). I thought, this is going to be safe, but taste horrid. WRONG. TASTED LIKE THE FRESHEST SPRING WATER. Better than any tap. I'm from Maine, and I've tasted plenty of water right from mountain springs, so take my word. One caution: it can be a little challenging to start. You have to prove it by soaking. If it still doesn't work, blow into it a bit.Get one for your outdoor adventures, and one for your bug-out bag, which everyone should have in case of natural disaster (or apparently civil war, because the world seems to have gone mad).

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G.J.

I drank out of a steam. I've become a hippie. Rejoice in my transformation.