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    I need to renew my portable water filters for camping/Preps. This is what I was thinking of getting. I'd appreciate your input or if you know of a better water filter.

    https://grayl.com/products/24oz-geop...tscs%3D.KL6Ybj
    24oz GeoPress® Purifier - Covert Edition
    Regular price $99.95

    OVERVIEW
    Drink-Mix & Electrolyte Ready! Requires zero setup time and makes 24 fl. oz. of clean drinking water in a blazing fast 8 seconds (5L/min) for stealth on-the-go filtration and purification. Covert Edition bottles discreetly provide clean drinking water anywhere on earth with unrivaled ease, speed & convenience. It's highly coveted everyday carry—sip or chug, fill a hydration reservoir, fill another water bottle, or use for backcountry cooking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugoutBear View Post
    I need to renew my portable water filters for camping/Preps. This is what I was thinking of getting. I'd appreciate your input or if you know of a better water filter.

    https://grayl.com/products/24oz-geop...tscs%3D.KL6Ybj
    24oz GeoPress® Purifier - Covert Edition
    Regular price $99.95

    OVERVIEW
    Drink-Mix & Electrolyte Ready! Requires zero setup time and makes 24 fl. oz. of clean drinking water in a blazing fast 8 seconds (5L/min) for stealth on-the-go filtration and purification. Covert Edition bottles discreetly provide clean drinking water anywhere on earth with unrivaled ease, speed & convenience. It's highly coveted everyday carry—sip or chug, fill a hydration reservoir, fill another water bottle, or use for backcountry cooking.
    Looks pretty interesting. Especially if one needs to be mobile. Thanks. let me know how it works if you get one.

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    I went with these because they filter out cesium and lead and are cost-effective:

    https://www.amazon.com/Hskyhan-Water...p_ob_title_def


    For bugout-bags:

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076H1MXP5...b-e43ce52c5ce6
    Remember the Prepper's Motto: "Panic early and avoid the rush!"
    Everything I post is Fiction and shouldn't be taken seriously by anyone.
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