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Grayl Ultralight Water Purifier

The Grayl Ultralight Water Purifier is the thing to get if you’re outdoors often or even if you travel to places where the drinking water can’t be trusted. This purifier bottle is easy to use, just collect the water you need into the cup, from a stream or a tap, press the purifier that fits inside and you may drink it with full peace of mind. The whole process takes about 15 seconds and it gets rid of serious viruses, debris, 99.99% of harmful bacteria and neutralizes taste. The filter is usable for 300 times, which makes for around 300 ltrs of water (the cup takes half a liter). Available in 4 different colors, this award-winning purifier is the ideal choice for anyone who needs to pack light. watch the video below

Available in Europe here




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