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🚰 The emergency filter straw is ideal for purifying water from outdoors like rivers, streams, lakes, ponds, valleys, and other contaminated sources. A must for every outdoor traveler! It may save your life and restore you in many unexpected conditions.
🚰 Thoroughly purifies up to 1000 liters of contaminated water without iodine, chlorine, or other chemicals. This straw can remove almost 99.99% of water-borne bacteria and protozoan parasites, filtering to an amazing 0.2 microns.
🚰 Do not belittle such a small gear, it may save you back to life in various harsh conditions! Even for long-term travel, this tool can help you go farther and possibly to complete the whole journey. Small but significant!
🚰 Perfect for outdoor traveling, sports, fitness, emergency, rescue, outdoor exploration, combat, mining, picnic, backpacking, hunting, outing, and emergency preparedness, etc
🚰 It does not require batteries and has no moving parts. A dependable tool that will not run dry.
- Please spit out the first sip of water.
- Please don't collect saline water or chemically polluted water.
- Do not put it in the microwave or dishwashing machine.
- For longer life span, please try to select the water with less inclusion
1 x Filter Straw，1 x Syringe，1 x Mountaineering buckle
The Saver Straw is one amazing product to have on hand. You never know when you might need clean water and don’t have access to it. Unless the water is contaminated this will give you 1,000 gallons of drinking water. I noticed people commenting on needing to suck harder or it not being convenient getting on the ground and dirty. This isn’t a straw to drink outbid a cup. It NEEDS to filter out the bacteria and other crap. Maybe the ones that left a 1star review because it’s hard to suck need to quit smoking or practice working their lungs or something. I bought this for SHTF scenario. Great to have peace of mind knowing I have potentially thousands of gallons of water on standby.
This is an item I feel everyone should have in their car, backpack, briefcase, or anything you carry with you daily, especially if you travel internationally to countries that have suspect or not reliable water supplies. Excellent device and very fairly priced.
I have six of these. one in each car and backpacks we take hiking. It is our safety measure in case we get lost on trails or while four wheeling. sturdy and doesn't take up much room.
a lot of people talk about stocking up on water and food in case of an emergency, and that's important! But having this in your car or bug-out bag is even more important! This heavy-duty filter can let you drink puddle or pond water safely if you are stranded or in an emergency situation. Highly recommended!
No questions, no doubt...A must have for your ‘bug-out’ bag. We have one each for our Emergengy ‘to go’ bags. Then one in our car emergency kit. Then we just ordered two for flight ‘carry-ons. We travel out of the United States a lot and have found it often difficult to find proper bottled water that we’re confident drinking. This way we feel ‘no real worries’ . We’ll still be cautious of course, but having the SaverStraw will certainly help!
Used it on a hike recently; tried different configurations as shown, with the drinking straight out of the river, and out of a wide-mouth bottle. The flow-rate through the SaverStraw is a little reminiscent of drinking a really thick milkshake, which is understandable considering the filter basically gets everything. When I filled up my nalgene with water from the stream, after walking a bit I could definitely see the sediment start to settle; even made sure to get some with the straw just to see. Worked like a charm, just need to remember to blow into it afterwards to clear out the straw.
It is everything you would expect from SaverStraw. It works exactly as they say. Instructions included for ease-of-use. Filters out most things you would prefer not to drink. This is my third SaverStraw. I do a lot of hiking and camping, and these have always been in my backpack. I have used these on some very funky water sources and have had no issues. However, taste variance has been present from time to time.
We took these to Costa Rica just in case we were not near any normal water source. We ended up not needing them bc Costa Rica has their water game on lockdown. We ended up giving them to a friend who is traveling around Thailand and Cambodia. He said he has used them while hiking in the mountains and they have worked very well. So far no sickness haha and he said that the water flow through it is good.
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