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Produktinformationen LifeStraw Go 2-Stage (different colors)Water bottle with carbon filter, 4000 liters of impure water can be filtered with it
- Order number: LIFLSGO2G
Productinformation "LifeStraw Go 2-Stage (green)"
The LifeStraw Go 2-Stage water bottle offers award-winning filter technology in a durable, comfortable bottle that filters at least 4000 liters of water over its lifetime without the need for batteries. With its lightweight and sleek design, LifeStraw Go 2-Stage is a perfect companion for hiking, traveling and camping in areas where it may not be safe to drink water due to contamination by bacteria or parasites. LifeStraw Go 2-Stage incorporates advanced microfiltration membrane technology that allows up to 99.9999 percent of bacteria (eg, Escherichia coli, Vibrio cholerae, and Salmonella typhi) and 99.9 percent of protozoan cysts (e.g. Cryptosporidium parvum, Giardia lamblia), which cause diseases caused by contaminated water. LifeStraw Go 2-Stage effectively reduces the risk of infectious diseases such as diarrhea, dysentery and giardiosis.
LifeStraw Go 2-Stage integrates award-winning technology in a refillable water bottle, so you'll always have clean drinking water on your trips. Stop at a creek, a river or even a pond. Fill the bottle, unscrew the lid and suck in the filtered water through the mouthpiece. The activated carbon capsule in the additional filter stage reduces bad odors and bad taste, chlorine and organic as well as chemical substances.
- Meets US EPA drinking water standards
- Robust and extra lightweight: weighs only 168 grams
- Comfortable to wear: only 235 mm long with a diameter of 80 mm
- With a snap closure and a snap hook you can attach it to the backpack
- Needs no power, no batteries and no spare parts
- Volume: 0.64 liters
- Contains no BPA and no chemicals
- Tested and certified to meet the food safety standards of EU Regulations 10/2011 and 1935/2004
- No aftertaste: LifeStraw does not use iodine or iodine-containing resin chemicals
- Activated carbon filter in exchangeable capsules
The evolution of LifeStraw has been a remarkable journey. It started in 1994 when the Carter Center approached LifeStraw’s parent company, Vestergaard, to develop a filter that could remove Guinea worm larvae from water it was contaminating. Vestergaard designed a cloth filter but then evolved it into a more effective pipe form in 1999. Today, more than 37 million LifeStraw Guinea Worm filters have contributed to the near-eradication of the disease.