This bottle could be a lifesaver

This bottle could be a lifesaver

There are 3 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Dec 1, 2007, titled This bottle could be a lifesaver. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

Through a micro-filtration process, the 1.4 pound, hard plastic bottles can clean up to 1,585 gallons of contaminated water without changing filters.

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Catherine Molle

Williamsburg, VA

#1 Dec 1, 2007
I bought this bottle for family/home use, if we need to boil our water like the recent requirement in Florida, because of an Ecoli outbreak in the city water system, a few weeks ago- I will be prepared.

Kalamazoo, MI

#4 Dec 22, 2007
How does the filter of this bottle differ from that of the Lifestraw filter which does the same thing? Yes, this is enclosed in a bottle, but the cost is nearly $400 vs.$15 for Lifestraw filter.
Harrison Freebird

Reno, NV

#5 Feb 8, 2011

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