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Lifestraw Go Mini Review

LifeStraw Go incorporates award-winning technology into a refillable water bottle so you can carry safe drinking water with you on the go.

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So what does it do?  Well, if you stop at a river, stream, or even a puddle; fill up the bottle, screw on the lid, and sip filtered water through the mouthpiece.  

Today LifeStraw is used in water products and projects in more than 64 countries around the world…

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Really? I hear you cry, well yes… apparently so.  For me this is a great bonus when out walking in that there’s less reliance on carrying water, which lets face it weighs you down.  Now don’t forget you need to be sure that your route will encounter appropriate sources to fill your trust bottle, however I know of numerous areas on my favourite walks I could do this.

Specification:

  • Meets US EPA drinking water standards
  • Sturdy and ultralight: weights only 168g
  • Portable: 235mm in length with a diameter of 80mm
  • Flip-top bite valve and carabiner for attaching to your pack
  • No electrical power needed and no replacement parts
  • Stores upto 0.65ltrs
  • BPA free and contains no chemicals
  • Raw materials meet US Food and Drug Adminstration regulations and standards
  • No aftertaste: Lifestraw doesn’t use iodine and iodinated resin chemicals

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About the Lifestraw Team:

“The LifeStraw team is committed to redefining the safe drinking water space through technology innovation and product quality and design. In doing so, our work is driving sustainable access to safe drinking water by engaging governments, donors, and individual consumers to understand the problem and become an active part of the solution.”

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The LifeStraw portfolio has continued to evolved to include the high-volume LifeStraw Community purifier for institutional settings like schools and clinics (introduced in 2013), the LifeStraw Go refillable water bottle (2014) and LifeStraw Mission, a high-volume, collapsible bag ideal for campsites, group hikes and expeditions launched in 2015.

Today LifeStraw is used in water products and projects in more than 64 countries around the world…but that’s just the beginning. Inspired by the positive health impact LifeStraw can have, Vestergaard will continue to innovate, introducing new LifeStraw products to meet a variety of needs and initiating equally innovative programs to bring them to the people who need them the most.

I don’t think I’d replace mt tried and tested fluid carrying methods, but as a piece of emergency kit this is great.  That said, dependent upon where abouts in the world you are, Lifestraw could be a lifesaver!

Checkout their homepage for further information : Lifestraw
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