LifeStraw Personal or Family H20 Filter



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LifeStraw Personal or Family H20 Filter
Price: $14.99 - 47.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $9 Two-Day OR $12 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Oct 26 to Tuesday, Oct 27) + transit
Condition: New


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9/23/2015 - $14.95 (Woot-off) - Click To See Discussion (9 comments)
8/27/2015 - $14.99 - 47.99 - Click To See Discussion (8 comments)


By what measurement is the below claim made, and does it apply only to the sales on woot?
“For every LifeStraw® product sold, one school child in a developing country receives safe drinking water for an entire school year.”

Edit: For the record, I’m purchasing one anyway; these are perfect for the bug out bag.


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Didn’t see a shelf life for the family one, is it the same as the personal?


If you have amazon prime, it is the same price on Amazon.


Unless you’re (I) buying 4 at a time.


This is a Lifestraw program, and since Woot buys directly from Lifestraw, sales on Woot apply to this initiative.


I don’t see any information about heavy metals, or other pollutants. Is this strictly for bacteria and mud?

Seems like you’d want heavy metal filtration at least for a family sized unit.


What makes this the “Most advanced personal water filter available today”? I have a Sawyer Mini which is the same weight and about half the length; filters out more bacteria, protozoa, and dirt; filters 2-3 times faster; and is good for a hundred times as much total water filtering (100000L). It will also work as an inline filter on a backpack reservoir.


Not so wooty - great product though, bought one a year ago and it works great, once primed supplies as much water as a regular straw. Same price as


Is this a “Tactical” filter? You know, I only want things that help me indulge my military fetish.


If it doesn’t remove virus’s, it’s best to just leave it at home.