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LifeStraw Bottle – LifeStraw Go Portable Water Purifier

Rs. 1,990.00 MRP

LifeStraw Bottle is a portable water purifier. LifeStraw water Bottle incorporates the award-winning filtration technology into a durable water bottle.

To get the clean drinking water simply scoop water from a river or pond, screw the lid on, and sip fresh water through the mouthpiece. LifeStraw water bottle is a BPA-free water bottle.

It has a built-in LifeStraw® and it can filters up to 1,000 litres of contaminated water to the highest standards. LifeStraw Go Portable Water Purifier bottle incorporates award-winning technology into a refillable water bottle so you can carry safe drinking water with you on the go.

It is ideal for hiking, backpacking, camping, travel, and emergency preparedness. The Bottle with straw-style filter design lets you turn up to 1,000 litres of contaminated water into safe drinking water.

LifeStraw Go Portable Water Purifier is popularly known as Blue LifeStraw Bottle. It incorporates award-winning filtration technology into a refillable water bottle.

With LifeStraw Bottle you can carry safe drinking water with you on the go. It is ideal for hiking, backpacking, camping, travel, and emergency preparedness.

LifeStraw water bottle with straw-style filter design lets you turn up to 1,000 litres of contaminated water into safe drinking water.

What is LifeStraw water Bottle?

The LifeStraw water bottle contains a specially designed hollow fibre ultrafiltration technology, most commonly found in industrial water treatment plants that clean a city’s water supply.

The inside of the LifeStraw bottle consists of a vast number of hollow fibres that resemble angel hair spaghetti, but much thinner. Each fibre has pores in its walls with a diameter of 0.2 microns or five hundred times smaller than the diameter of a human hair.

When water is forced through LifeStraw filter, which hollow pores, only clean water can pass through these pores. These pores block bacteria, parasites, and dirt from reaching the user. This purely physical method of filtration does not contain any chemicals.

LifeStraw Bottle: Portable Water Purifier Product Specification

  • LifeStraw Filters 1,000 litres of water
  • Removes 99.9999% of bacteria (E.coli etc.)
  • Removes 99.9% protozoa (Giardia, Cryptosporidium, etc.)
  • Weight: 225 grammes
  • Storage capacity: 670 ml
  • Contains no chemicals or batteries
  • Material: Food grade plastic meeting the standards of US FDA CFR
  • Meets US EPA drinking water standards
  • Sturdy and ultralight: weighs only 5.9 ounces (168 grammes)
  • Portable: only 9.25” (235 mm) long and 3.14” (80 mm) in diameter
  • Features a flip-top bite valve and carabineer for attaching to your backpack
  • Requires no electrical power, batteries or replacement parts
  • BPA Free and contains no chemicals
  • Raw materials meet US Food and Drug Administration regulations and standards
  • No aftertaste: LifeStraw doesn’t use iodine or iodinated resin chemicals

What will LifeStraw Water Bottle Filters out?

  • Salmonella
  • Campylobacter
  • Escherichia coli
  • Vibrio cholera
  • Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  • Shigella
  • Giardia lamblia (“Beaver Fever”)
  • Cryptosporidium parvum
  • Entamoeba histolytica

How does a LifeStraw work?

The LifeStraw water bottle incorporates award-winning filter technology into a durable, convenient bottle which filters at least 1,000 litres of water over its lifetime without requiring batteries.

LifeStraw bottle uses advanced microfiltration membrane technology that removes up to 99.9999 percent of bacteria (e.g., Escherichia coli, Vibrio cholerae, and Salmonella typhi) and 99.9 percent of protozoan cysts (e.g., Cryptosporidium parvum, Giardia lamblia) that produce waterborne diseases.

LifeStraw filter therefore greatly reduces the risk of contracting illnesses such as diarrhoea, dysentery, and Giardia.

When was the LifeStraw invented?

LifeStraw® technology was originally developed in 2005 as an emergency response tool to filter contaminated water following natural disasters and is now used in water filtration products globally. The technology has also been beneficial to people living in developing countries who lack access to safe water.

How to use a LifeStraw water bottle

LifeStraw Go is a personal water filtration tool and should only be used for filtering water.

  • Fill the container with dirty or unfiltered water.
  • Sip filtered water through the straw.
  • After each drinking session, unscrew the lid. Blow air through the LifeStraw® Go to expel dirty water.

The quality of the filtered water is not guaranteed if the product is submitted to conditions other than those encountered during its normal use.

To prevent breakage, do not drop or hit LifeStraw bottle against a hard object. Do not drop the product in polluted water as this might contaminate the membrane. Always keep the mouthpiece cap closed when the product is not in use.

Stop using LifeStraw® if cracks are noted on the main LifeStraw® body and especially on the dark blue bottom part.

How to clean a LifeStraw Bottle

LifeStraw bottle will no longer filter water when the product has reached the end of its working life. Inability to sip water through LifeStraw filter indicates that the product should be replaced.

Rinse the bottle and top cap with safe water before first use. Upon the first use or anytime the filter is dry, fill the bottle with water, screw lid on, and allow to sit for a few minutes to prime the filter. Then take five quick sips to get the water flowing.

When returning from a hiking trip, unscrew the lid, rinse with safe tap water, and let dry before screwing the lid back on and placing it away in storage. Remove the filter before placing the bottle in the dishwasher for cleaning.

LifeStraw Information for safe usage

Drinking untreated water may expose you to harmful microorganisms and increase your risk of gastrointestinal illness.

Improper usage of LifeStraw water bottle increases your risk of exposure to harmful microorganisms and increases your risk of gastrointestinal illness. Reduce your risk of becoming sick by following these safety instructions and by educating yourself on backcountry water safety.

Rinse the bottle and top cap with safe water before first use. Remove the filter before placing the bottle in the dishwasher for cleaning – do not wash the filter in the dishwasher.

Can you drink salt water with LifeStraw?

Never use LifeStraw® Go to filter seawater or chemically contaminated water, including water from mining tailing ponds or from near large agricultural operations.

Rinse the bottle and top cap with safe water before first use. Remove the filter before placing the bottle in the dishwasher for cleaning – do not wash the filter in the dishwasher.

DO NOT DROP or place pressure on this product in any manner. The intentional or unintentional impact of this product on a solid surface may damage the filtration mechanism within the LifeStraw® and render it inefficient and unusable. This product must not be used by children without the supervision of an adult.

 

Weight 168 g
Dimensions 90 × 90 × 300 mm
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  1. Ramesh Gupta

    LifeStraw rocks. This is a great product. We took this product along with us for our Honeymoon in Kerala and used it between me and my wife all through the tour. It was easy to carry and we were not worried about what kind of water we were drinking. Carrying this around and being able to fill it up was much easier than having bottled water weighing us down. Neither of us got sick and we filled up the bottle in all sorts of places.