LifeStraw Go Water Bottle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

LifeStraw has become known for their award winning product line that allows any body of water to be turned into drinking water in a matter of seconds. Now the brand is back with their latest product, the LifeStraw Go.

This BPA-free sports water bottle has been outfitted with the award winning LifeStraw water filter. All users have to do is scoop water from any nearby lake, stream or river, and the device will filter up to 264 gallons – removing 99.99% of waterborne bacteria. The best part is that the LifeStraw uses absolutely no chemicals or iodine during the filtering process. The leak-proof bottle is perfect for camping and hiking trips, and with the included carabiner can be easily attached to your backpack for convenient carrying. [Purchase]

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