LifeStraw Steel

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

LifeStraw has won numerous awards since its inception, but that hasn’t stopped the team from innovating, continuously improving upon the original design. Built to handle the demanding scenarios that users will encounter during their outdoor excursions, the LifeStraw Steel will become a staple in every adventure-seeker’s pack.

Outfitted with a double steel case, this fat straw utilizes a 2-stage filtration process to turn any natural water source, into clean drinking water. The activated carbon capsule removes bacteria and protozoa along with reducing the organic chemical matter and chlorine. The device requires absolutely no batteries, no pumping and no charging. Plus each filter is able to deliver up to 100 liters of pure water. LifeStraw is committed to providing clean water to those in need, which is why they donate an entire year of drinkable water to one person in a developing country with each unit sold. The LifeStraw Steel retails for $60. [Purchase]

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