Grayl Ultralight Water Purifier

Aug 17, 2017

Category: Gear

Potable water is always a concern while out and about in the wilderness. And for hikers, campers and nomadic travelers it doesn’t matter how many water bottles you may have at your disposal. If the local water isn’t drinkable, you’re simply out of luck.

That is until the Grayl water purifier came around. Now, within as little as 15 seconds you can remove 99.999% of viruses, disease causing bacteria, and protozoan cysts from your water. All you need to do is fill up the bottle with your questionable water of choice, push down on the inner press, and the water is run though the bottom cartridge purifying everything in the process. It also filters fine particulates, heavy metals and is ideal for anything from global traveling to emergency preparedness. Pure water on the go without the wait – can’t beat that. Available now.

Purchase: $60

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