Platypus MetaBottle with Microfilter

Platypus MetaBottle with Microfilter
Platypus MetaBottle with Microfilter
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MetaBottle with Microfilter by Platypus
The Platypus MetaBottle with Microfilter combines a one-liter portable water bottle with a backcountry-ready filter that removes 99. 9% of harmful bacteria and protozoa, including E. coli, Giardia, Cryptosporidium, Salmonella, and Cholera. The MetaBottle features a two-piece design for easy cleaning in the dishwasher, as well as a wide opening for fitting in ice cubes. This filter and bottle combination is a practical solution for cleaning water from streams, lakes, and taps. Best of all, the system uses a shake-to-clean technique for rapid filtration of two liters per minute. It filters up to 1000 liters of water before requiring replacement. Please note, it won't filter out chemicals from polluted water sources, such as industrial contaminants.

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SKU: CAS00BH
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