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LifeStraw (2014)

£30.00

An extraordinary product that is finding considerable kudos with lightweight enthusiasts, the LifeStraw was born for use in developing countries where uncontaminated water is rare. It’s essentially a filter with a mouthpiece that strains out viruses and turbidity (murk) to turn just about any water source – even puddles – drinkable. This means that as long as you are travelling ...

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Drinksafe Waterstraw (2013)

£29.00

The Drinksafe Waterstraw is the lightest filter system available and is extremely well-priced, so it’s ideal for stashing in your rucksack for emergencies. It’s also extremely easy to use, because you simply remove the caps from each end, place one end in the water, then suck through the filter from the other end with your mouth. Once your thirst is ...

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Pure Hydration AquaPure Traveller (2013)

£35.00

The Pure Hydration AquaPure Traveller allows you to collect water and then drink it safely when you’re ready. The filter is screwed onto the top of the bottle and can be replaced when it reaches the end of its service life, thereby preventing the bottle itself having to be thrown away. Like other modern filters, there are no chemicals needed ...

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Drinksafe Systems X1 Travel Tap Pure Water Filter Bottle 2011

£25.00

The Drinksafe Systems X1 Travel Tap Pure Water Filter Bottle is an attractively priced option that’s very convenient for swigging from during a walk. It’s extremely simple to use – just remove the cap, fill with water from a stream, pop the lid back on and squeeze the bottle to force the water through its spout. The filtration takes place ...

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Pure Hydration Aqua Pure Traveller 2011

£35.00

The Pure Hydration Aqua Pure Traveller is a low-priced and lightweight option that’s easy to use. Simply remove the cap, fill the bottle with water, then squeeze it to force the water out though the filter built into the cap. You can drink the water straight from its exit valve, or squeeze the water into a cup. In terms of ...

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Pure Hydration Aquasak Inline Filter 2011

£40.00

Many walkers use a hydration bladder stashed in a rucksack with a feeder pipe that they drink from while on the move. You could just filter the water before putting it into the bladder, but a more practical alternative is to fit this inline filter to the bladder’s feedpipe so the water is filtered as you suck it through the ...

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Drinksafe Systems Waterstraw 2011

£20.00

The Drinksafe Systems Waterstraw is about as simple and light and low-priced as it gets. It’s a water straw by name and by nature: all you have to do is remove the caps from each end, place one end in the liquid and suck through the filter at the other. When you’ve quenched your thirst, just shake the Waterstraw dry ...

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Pure Hydration Aquapure Traveller Bottle

£40.00

This is a low-priced, lightweight and incredibly simple option. It is basically a standard water bottle with a purifier built into the cap, which can be replaced with a new filter after its 350 litre capacity has been reached. The water is collected in the bottle, left for 15 minutes and then squeezed through the 2 micron filter and iodine ...

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Pure Hydration In Line Filtration System

£45.00

This water purifier weighs 200g; speed of sucking flow rate; very easy to use; fits to hydration system; removes viruses without additional iodine. But only 350 litre capacity before whole unit has to be replaced; water tastes of iodine; can only purify water that is sucked through it.

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Premac Travel Well Pocket

£22.00

This water purifier weighs just 60g; exceptionally compact; removes viruses without additional iodine. But 0.2 litre per minute flow rate is very slow; only 60 litre capacity then have to buy complete new unit (£22); strong iodine taste after use; input pipe tends to float too easily on surface of water; can’t screw to water bottle.

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