LifeStraw Go Review –

I’m sure you are all aware of how important clean water is, especially when you can’t get medical attention quickly.

Water, when not filtered properly, can carry many bacteria or protozoa.

That’s where this amazing product comes into play.

lifestraw go review

The LifeStraw Go is a water bottle with a 2-stage integrated filter straw. You just scoop up questionable water, and it will filter out 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria and 99.9% of waterborne protozoan parasites!

That removes the hassle of boiling your water, or the longer process of using a charcoal based filtering system.

I personally take this bottle everywhere. You don’t need to be in a wilderness environment to take advantage of its superior filtering process. Though, that’s where this water bottle shines.

The bottle itself holds 22oz of water, and is made of BPA free Tritan.

Tritan plastic is a very durable plastic, and doesn’t lose its structural integrity after repetitive dishwashing cycles.

The mouth piece is made out of food-grade silicone, so you don’t have to worry about that either. I’m sure you would think that it’s very hard to drink through all the filter elements, but there is plenty of water flow while drinking.

As I stated earlier, it’s a 2-stage integrated filtering system. The fiber membrane filter is what removes the waterborne bacteria and protozoan parasites. Then there is a carbon capsule that removes chemicals and removes bad taste.

The filter will work for at least 264 gallons (1,000 liters)! The best part is the filter itself is replaceable, so you don’t have to buy a new bottle every time!

Lifestraw review

I’m sure you’ve heard of the LifeStraw that you just stick in the water and drink, but this is much more convenient. However, you can also remove the lid with filter attached and drink straight from a water source as well, in an emergency. It truly is their best design.

This is a must have product for any survivalist/bug-out prepper and anyone that wants pure filtered water anywhere.

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