Gone are the days of waiting 20 mins for your water to be drinkable, the Grayl Ultralight Purifier and Filter Bottle lets you purify water in just 15 seconds wherever you are.
This bottle will remove 99.9999% of viruses, disease-causing bacteria, and protozoan cysts. It will also filter our particulates like sediment and silt, chemicals such as chlorine and iodine, and finally heavy metals such as lead or arsenic. Not bad for a water bottle huh?
Just fill it up, press down on the filter and the water is ready to drink. Not only does this filter system get rid of nasty viruses and dirt – it also improves the taste and odour of the water so that it actually tastes good. The Ultralight Purifier provides you with 2 litres of water per minute, and the purifier cartridge is effective for 300 uses.
The durable construction is designed to handle harsh environments, and it’s made from food grade silicone, ABS food grade plastic, and polypropylene. It’s also chemical free, BPA free and antimicrobial, so you can have peace of mind when you use it. To top it off, the Ultralight Purifier features an integrated attachment loop clipping onto your pack or side pocket.
Get clean drinking water quickly and easily off the grid with the Ultralight Purifier from Grayl.
Great water bottle for anyone spending high volumes of time commuting, or working on sites where water is limited. I have an E-spring water filter in my home & this would have to be the most comparative product I have found to an above sink filter. I highly recommend this for those who spend high volumes of time on public transport or travel to various sites for work. This is even great for office environments where the filtered water is always a bit dodgy tasting. I have had so many people fascinated & asking me about this product. Remember to air this out. It gets a bit stinky. Highly recommend this product.
I don't usually review products but this thing is the exception! Simple to use and the water tastes as clean as any bottled mineral water. I was a bit skeptical about the stagnant puddles of mosquito water within a gorge where I hiked and I could barely see the bottom! After a quick press the water was sediment free, clear and tasted great! The pressure to filter is firm but not too hard to press!
My family used this product to filter water on a recent trek in the Khumbu area of Nepal. These days the lodges all have taps so it is easy to use this to fill other bigger bottles for the day. It was super easy to use and most importantly it worked - if it works in Nepal it will work anywhere.
I have used this Grayl water purifier bottle to filter the rain water at the Great Ocean Road campsites for drinking and cooking. The empty Grayl water purifier bottle is heavy to carry with you on the trail (hike).It's fairly pricey as well. If weight is an issue, the better option is to treat the water with tablets.
I purchased the Grayl for a recent trip to the Himalayas. My main reason one the ability to filter water in the Grayl and pour it into a separate bottle. This means once you find a water source you can fill up for the day, far better than something like a lifestraw where water is only filtered when drinking. Beautiful design, very easy to use. Filters around 400ml each time.
I bought this from Snowy's (with the usual fast and free delivery) for a hike where water was available, yet needed to be boiled to avoid any nasties. With just a small hiking stove, the idea of boiling 4 or 5 pots worth of water didn't seem like fun. I chose the Grayl for two reasons: no batteries required (and thus no chance of flat batteries or electrical faults), and it's declared effectiveness (all the 99.9999%'s of this and that referred to in its blurb). Filling the water bottles of four hikers took about 5 minutes, and a little (but not much!) effort. I reckon any reasonably able-bodied person can muster the strength required to use it, even kids, especially with thoughtful positioning of their body-weight. Besides cleaning "clear" water of bugs and heavy metals, its nice to know that in a pinch, the Grayl could filter, and remove most sediment from, muddy water as well (something the UV purifiers can't do).
Considering for use for 2 of us in Morocco for a month...
Good question. The best thing to do is head over to Grayl's website and have a read through their FAQ's as it's not a simple yes or no answer, but assuming you're filtering 2 litres of water a day per person, one cartridge would get you through a month of travel. New cartridges are available here and they're pretty small so carrying a spare isn't a hassle.
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