SteriPEN Ultra Portable Water Purifier

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We’ve featured several different filtered water bottles that allow outdoor enthusiasts the ability to drink from any fresh water source, but we’ve never seen anything quite like the SteriPEN Ultra portable water purifier.

This easy to use to device does the same thing as the water bottles we’ve previously featured, but uses a different method of filtering the water. Simply push the button, place the SteriPEN into the water, and stir until the LED display shows a smiley face indicating the water has been purified. Many filters use chemicals to purifier, as where this lamp utilizes UV light rays to destroy 99.99% of bacteria and viruses. The internal lithium rechargeable battery can filter up to 50 liters (around 50 treatments) on just a single charge, and comes with a USB cable and AC adapter for added convenience. Purchase yours from Amazon.

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