Lifesaver JerryCan

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

We’ve taken a look at water filtration bottles and straws designed for the great outdoors, but what about those situations when you need more than a water bottle’s worth of filtered water on hand? Fret not friend, as the team at Lifesaver have developed the ingenious Lifesaver JerryCan.

Perfect for survivalists and outdoor enthusiasts in general, this contraption can filter and store up to 5 gallons of contaminated water from a local source – making that dirty, germ infested water clean enough to drink. Specifically it cleans 99.999 percent of viruses and “all other microbiological waterborne pathogens.” Although we hope it never comes to it, this Lifesaver device can provide enough filtered water to sustain a family of 4 for almost 12 months. You can grab yours online today. [Purchase]

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