With its lightweight, food-grade plastic construction and one press purification system, the Grayl Ultralight Water Purifier Bottle offers itself up as an easy-to-use alternative to cumbersome purification systems as you travel or hike. This bottle boasts an electro absorption and activated carbon filter, which removes viruses, bacteria, protozoa, sediment, heavy metals, and particulates. Additionally, the filter processes up to 2-liters per minute, while the convenient 16-ounce size makes it easy to slip into a water bottle pocket, or attach it to your pack with a carabiner. So, all you have to do is fill it up with water, press down the filter as you would your French press, and drink.
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