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Lifesaver Expedition Jerrycan Water Filter

Vanlife offers the freedom to embrace adventure, even on a budget, but access to drinking water can prove difficult on the road, especially when going off-grid. Perfectly sized to fit in the boot, the Jerrycan from LifeSaver not only stores water, its advanced design uses microfiltration technology to eliminate more than 99.99% of bacteria, cysts and viruses from lake water, rivers or even just dubious-looking tap water – so you always have safe, fresh-tasting water for every trip. Requiring no extra power or chemicals, simply fill the LifeSaver Jerrycan with dirty water, pump it through and then pour the perfectly fresh and clean water into a sterile container. With a flow-rate of 3 litres per minute, there is no waiting around for treatments to work and the filtered water can be simply drunk, used for cooking or for washing clothing and dishes. You can even use it to have a shower!



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