Having a source of potable drinking water is an essential part of staying alive in the outdoors. That’s why Survivor Filter launched a new method of obtaining drinkable water in the wild in the form of the company's Survivor Filter Active Filtration Bottle. The Active Filtration Bottle has the convenience and portability of a regular water bottle with the assurance of a reliable filter. In addition to its role in a potential wilderness-survival kit, the Active Filtration Bottle is also a great choice for anyone who is concerned with the quality of municipal tap water.
To use the Active Filtration Bottle, simply fill the bottle, insert the filter and then screw the lid back in place. As the filter sits between the water bottle and its lid, you simply squeeze the bottle and drink the water as it passes through the filter. The filter inside the Active Filtration Bottle will filter up to 100 gallons, eliminating the need for 426 one-liter single-use water bottles.
“Most Americans are rightfully concerned about the water quality coming from their taps,” said Survivor Filter Owner Mark Zakaib. “ If you’re traveling, in a hotel or even at home, you may want an extra layer of assurance. The Active Filtration Bottle provides just that. This is one filtration system you can take with you, anywhere.”
The Active Filtration Bottle filters 99.99 percent of bacteria, parasites, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), toxic chemicals and heavy metals. The ionic absorption filter improves taste, while the whole system has been tested to meet ANSI/NSF Standards 42&53, levels that match or exceed in-home filtration systems.
MSRP on the Survivor Active Filtration Bottle is $40, and more information is available survivorfilter.com.