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Product Information

LifeStraw Go Series is the ultimate sidekick for safer, better-tasting water for travel and everyday use. The stainless steel BPA-free bottle filters out nasties, so you can fill up from airport bathrooms, a tap in Mexico, or a petrol station while road-tripping. The advanced 2-stage filter improves taste and protects against bacteria, parasites, microplastics, chlorine, silt, sand, and cloudiness. The double wall vacuum insulation keeps your water cool all day. Do good on the go and avoid single-use plastic bottles.
  • IMPROVES TASTE: the Carbon filter reduces chlorine, odors + organic chemical matter
  • FILTERS OUT CONTAMINANTS: the Membrane microfilter protects against Bacteria, Parasites, Microplastics, sand, dirt, and cloudiness
  • LONG LASTING: The membrane microfilter lasts up to 4,000 L. Carbon filter lasts up to 100 L - about two months
  • SAVES WASTE: The membrane microfilter saves 8,000 single use plastic water bottles

LifeStraw Go 2.0 Stainless Steel Water Filter Bottle (710ml)

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