Updated for 2023
This ultra lightweight personal water filter straw is made from high performance premium sustainable materials, it has no extra parts to keep track of, and it boasts and enhanced flow rate for easy sipping
At 2 ounces and 5 years of safe water in the palm of your hand, no backpack, pocket, emergency bag, or glove compartment should be without one
Drink directly from lakes, rivers, and streams or fill a container to use your LifeStraw on the go with protection against bacteria, parasites, microplastics, silt, sand, and cloudiness
Rigorously tested to meet drinking water protocols established by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and NSF International/ANSI.
Features and Updates:
Drink directly from lakes, rivers, and streams or fill a container to use your straw water filter on the go with protection against bacteria, parasites, microplastics, silt, sand, and cloudiness
Enhanced, re-engineered microfilter performance helps to reduce clogging from sand and silt?for better flow rate over the long haul
Premium materials make it tougher and ultra leak-proof
Custom cap prevents leakage and enable leak-proof storage while not filtering
Ultralight and durable, pack it anywhere for your backup hydration, emergency, or on-the-go needs
Unlimited shelf life means no need to worry about how long it’s been in your emergency go-bag unused
Highly versatile, it can also be attached to most water bottles and to standard gravity hoses with removable threaded bottom cap
Long-lasting membrane microfilter will last up to 4,000 litres, 880 UK gallons of water, that’s enough drinking water for one for over 5 years?
Colour: Dark Gray
Weight: 2.3oz, 65g?
Dimensions: 1.26 x 7.7 in, 3.2 x 19.5cm
Pore size: 0.2 micron?
LifeStraw Peak Series Straw Filter Protects Against:
99.999999% of bacteria
99.999% of parasites
99.999% of microplastics, silt, sand, and cloudiness
Lasts up to: 880gal, 4,000L (the filter will stop allowing water to flow through once it has reached the end of its lifetime!)
All LifeStraw products start with advanced hollow fiber membrane technology
Picture bundles of straws with microscopic holes in them, so small that organisms like bacteria, parasites, and even dirt and microplastics cannot pass through. Think of a super advanced spaghetti strainer or tea sieve.