LifeStraw Personal Water Filter

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  • Award-winning LifeStraw water filter is a must-carry tool for hiking, camping, travel, and emergencies; no disaster kit is complete without it
  • Filters up to 1,000 gallons (4,000 liters) of contaminated water without iodine, chlorine, or other chemicals; does not require batteries and has no moving parts
  • Removes minimum 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria, 99.9% of waterborne protozoan parasites, and filters to 0.2 microns; surpasses EPA filter standards
  • An alternative to iodine tablets and bulky purifiers, it weighs 2oz for ultralight portability, and has a high flow rate for drinking from the source
  • Comes in a sealed bag, perfect for storing in a bugout bag or other prepper gear supply kit; measures 9 x 1 x 1 inches.BPA Free materials
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  • At ebay.com you can purchase LifeStraw Personal Water Filter Straw Official Carry Case, for Camping Travel US for only $12.50, which is 90% less than the cost in Amazon.com ($119.89).
  • The lowest price of LifeStraw Personal Water Filter for Hiking, Camping, and Travel, American Red Cross Edition (Pack of 3) was obtained on September 21, 2021 1:18 pm.

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20 reviews for LifeStraw Personal Water Filter

  1. SB

    Get a Sawyer-Mini. Seriously, I have used Both on camping trips. You need jaws of steel to suck water through a Lifestraw. With a Sawyer or other filters with pump/squeeze action, you won’t rip out your fillings trying to get water. Also, you have to lie on the ground, whereas other filters come with collapsible pouches AND a straw if the pouch breaks.Before everyone down-votes this post, you Really need to watch actual videos of people who use these routinely. Everyone switches to a filter with a pump or squeeze method of filtration.Lifestraws are fantastic concept, but unfortunately, it is just too dang hard to use.

  2. Amazon Customer

    This thing is no joke! I took it backpacking on Maine’s Bigelow range. When I ran out of the water I brought, I was A-ok with this. Just bring a wide mouth bottle to fill with water you find. On top of one of the lower peaks, I drank from the most disgusting looking crevice filled with brown scum (see photo). I thought, this is going to be safe, but taste horrid. WRONG. TASTED LIKE THE FRESHEST SPRING WATER. Better than any tap. I’m from Maine, and I’ve tasted plenty of water right from mountain springs, so take my word. One caution: it can be a little challenging to start. You have to prove it by soaking. If it still doesn’t work, blow into it a bit.Get one for your outdoor adventures, and one for your bug-out bag, which everyone should have in case of natural disaster (or apparently civil war, because the world seems to have gone mad).

  3. Thomas

    Difficult to get meaningful amounts of water out of these and they seize up if you don’t clear the water shortly after each use. I’ve had two break in the last couple months and I didn’t even run a gallon through either one.

  4. Slim Pickins

    I’ve used these both in Iraq & Afghanistan. Works as advertised. Extremely reliable and genuinely safe to use filtration system. We now use it as a SOP to have one in everyone’s ruck when we deploy! Semper Fi.

  5. randu

    Portability is nice but the fact that I dropped it from my mouth to the countertop while blowing water out of the tube and it stopped working is kinda ridiculous.There was no impact whatsoever, it was like 12 inches. If it can’t take any kind of an impact, and that’s dangerous to have as your only water source out in the woods. This bad review is for that fact alone.

  6. KATHERINE E DOUGALL

    I don’t generally write reviews and am sorry to have the first one be so negative but the life straw was a total and utter disappointment. I bought it for my daughter to take to Mexico with strict instructions to not drink anything without it going through the life straw. She would have died of dehydration had she followed my instructions. We followed the instructions from the video to soak it prior to first use but we could not get a single drop of water to come through it. By then it was too late (and used) to return to Amazon and when I reached out to Life Straw I did not receive a reply. Too bad. They are a great concept and I was planning to but one for each family member to have in an emergency pack but I won’t do that after this experience.

  7. Garret JV

    I drank out of a steam. I’ve become a hippie. Rejoice in my transformation.

  8. David

    Got what we ordered. Happy with this product already as I’ve used them in Afghanistan when I was last deployed there

  9. Alsatian1

    Drank out of some questionable sources while wlaking the Pennine Way and I didn’t get ill or die, so I would say it works!

  10. Naleen

    I used this at Nuclear Rush 2017, I drank out of the feeding troughs at the end used for washing your legs and shoes, death slide lakes. The water had no taste and seemed purer than bottled water. I will be using this product time and time again. It saves carrying water with you if you know you will be by a water source.

  11. marcus welby

    LifeStraw Personal Water Filter is a life saver in an emergency. I have experimented with it using top water and it works. From some of the reviews I would suggest the following. Let the filter soak for about ten minutes in water and use a piece of cheese cloth or handkerchief over the filter before use. The water will flow more easily and the cheese clothe will prevent clogging of the filter.

  12. Amazon-SHOP-Aholic

    I know and trust the brand as this filter saves lives daily in 3rd world countries. I am an army veteran and I believe everyone should have at least one of these *Per Person* in their household for unexpected events seeing that we need water to survive and in todays world with constant fracking, a clean drinking water guarantee never exists.Forget the water boiling when water advisories are on….Just use one of these.Always try to prepare for the unexpected, Your very life may very well depend on it someday.

  13. Amazon Customer

    Used it in a toilet (my own btw) and I’m not dead yet tasted very clean.

  14. Webster

    Brilliant idea. Light enough to fit into any pack/suitcase. Wherever the water supply is suspect this little device will do the trick. Friend of mine had Giardia from drinking beautifully clear water at a spring one year, hadn’t realised sheep and other animals also used it. This would have prevented the problem. Not the way to lose a couple of stone.

  15. RhinoByte

    Drank rainwater from puddles….on the way up the trail to the waterfall on mount Benson. Not carrying water with me is a game changer…..travel lighter, faster…..and unlimited drink SUPPLIES. And no ‘Beaver Fever’ or the ‘trotts’ after!

  16. Disappointed Man

    This is really good. It purifies pond, river, puddle water…etc etc. I think this could be used to help a lot of people who struggle to get access to drinking water. I use it when I go on long walks (day and through the night) in the countryside and the woods, it saves me carrying heavy loads of water in bottles with me.

  17. Igor Monteiro

    It was very helpful when travelling for near a month in India! Would buy it again. Good delivery

  18. James

    Filters very well. Quite slow flow rate but usable. After drying out the micro tubes stick together and it needs some blowing and sucking to get it started, but works well after that. Lightweight, robust so far. Beware of losing it as the neckstrap to straw clip separates quite easily.

  19. Rebekah B

    Bought as a gift for my Dad who likes to be ‘one with nature’. He was thrilled and I feel safer knowing that he now has no excuse to go sticking his head in streams for a drink. The Lifestraw is a bulky but light device, which can be used to drink from streams/rivers when outdoors. Was I to go hiking or camping I would certainly purchase my own to take with me – just in case.

  20. G

    An essential part of your travel pack. Might it be in foreign countries or in the wood, the LifeStraw gives you that security that you are drinking clean water. I use it wherever I travel. These were replacement for the one I had which came with the L:ifestraw bottle. The new one, which is what I got, also can be ordered with charcoal filters. Nice when you want to remove taste as well. Very good product. Well recommended

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