- Reusable Life Straw go BPA-free water bottle filters water while drinking; great for travel, backpacking, camping, and emergency kits
- Removes 99.999999% of waterborne bacteria, and 99.999% of waterborne protozoan parasites without chemicals, iodine or batteries
- Each replaceable hollow Membrane filter purifies up to 4000 liters of contaminated water, replaceable carbon filter lasts 100 liters
- Award-winning Life Straw hollow fiber Membrane water filter removes bacteria and protozoa from lakes, streams to ensure safe, clean drinking water
- This special edition Life Straw go bottle partners with the American red cross, helping to ensure that people across the Country are prepared for everyday disasters
The Life Straw Go Water Bottle personal water filter has been updated with 2-stage filtration to improve the taste of filtered water and provide even better protection from contamination. In addition to the award-winning Life Straw hollow fiber membrane filter that eliminates bacteria and protozoa, the next-generation Go Bottle incorporates a carbon capsule that reduces bad taste, odor, chlorine and organic chemical matter. The Life Straw Go personal water filter bottle is ideal for hiking, camping, or traveling to areas with poor water quality, and is a critical addition to any disaster survival kit or bugout bag. Easily to fill by scooping water from any pond, stream, or river, filtration happens while drinking through the mouthpiece. The Life Straw Go filters water down to 0.2 microns and has been rigorously tested to surpass EPA standards for removing E. Coli, Giardia and Cryptosporidium oocysts, and many other waterborne contaminants; removes 99.9999% of bacteria and 99.9% of protozoan parasites. For each Life Straw purchased, one child in a developing community receives safe drinking water for an entire school year. Life Straw is working with the American Red Cross as its water filtration partner, helping to ensure that people across the country are prepared for everyday disasters by putting together an emergency preparedness kit, making a plan, and staying informed.