Today’s Say So is for Survival Water Filter… $24 FROM AMAZON
When I moved to Cali my mom and I decided to start a BOB which is a bug out bag. It’s one of the things a prepper would have on hand for any type of disaster. Simply its a bag full of items that you may need if you didn’t have the amenities that we are so accustomed to until you could get somewhere safe. Usually about 3 days worth of supplies and food. I have a very simple water filter bottle in mine but I have wanted to get a straw. Since I am tight on funds I thought it was a luxury item. one came at the perfect time. I love it. It is so easy to use, has a carrying strap and actually works!! This is an amazing product to have for camping, hiking or emergency situations.
**Disclosure: I received this product for free, almost free or as a gift
in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
This is only mine and my family’s opinions.
I will only suggest products I personally would use.**
I give it Wiggles.
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HERE’S A DESCRIPTION FROM COMPANY
This Portable Water Filter Could Save Your Life
Could you survive without clean water?
– Have you wondered what would happen if you ran out of water?
– Do you ever go camping, hiking or backpacking?
– Do you have a backup plan if your water becomes contaminated?
– Do you have a bug out bag for emergencies?
This Personal Water Filter is a Lightweight Water Filtration System (weighs less than 3 ounces)
Get all of the benefits of a heavy duty water filter, at a fraction of the size and cost.
Activated Lightweight Carbon Advanced Filtration designed for hikers, campers, survivalists, and preppers
– Filter up to 396 gallons of drinkable water with one straw. (30% more efficient than standard portable filters.)
– Chemical Free technology for healthy water intake.
– Lightweight and easy to store. Perfect for Bug Out Bags.
– Lifetime Guarantee.
– Ranked the #1 “must have” item for backpacking in 2015