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Iambiohazard wrote:Oh Excellent thank you very much I will look into that right now!
I bought mine from Amazon for about $80. It will pump clean water from any stream at a rate of 1 liter per minute. I took mine on a day hike in the Smokies over Labor Day weekend and filled my water bottles and those of a couple of boys in our Scout troop in just a few minutes. Best tasting water you'll ever drink. When you get home you wash the plastic parts with the dishes and run a small abrasive pad over the ceramic filter to wear off the top layer with the contaminants. Eventually you will need to replace the filter which runs about $40 but I've never had to replace mine. When not hiking or backpacking I keep mine in our emergency go-bag so my family will always have potable water to drink.
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I say save your money and dare to drink straight out of the tap.
Sure, laugh at me now, but when the Zombies or the fallout comes, I'll be able to drink on the run even if it means RAD+2 hit on my health!
Yea, either that or I'm just that cheap.
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