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BugOut Water Bottle Ceramic Filtered Blue Just Water Holds 24 Ounces And Features No Spill Bite Valve

Just Water For You
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Just Water For You Mini Ceramic Filter Water Bottle filters just like the countertop models, but small enough for your cup holder or backpack. Finally, a water bottle that thoroughly filters water for under $20 bucks! The small ceramic filter encompasses an activated charcoal core allowing for extreme filtration of even the most questionable water supply. Why just carry bottled water when you can simply refill the Just Water bottle up to 200 times? The Just Water filter bottle actually pays for itself over and over before a replacement filter is needed. For replacement filters, see item: CAMP-357.

Bottle Features: The Just Water for You Filter Bottle is molded in blue plastic to signify it is for water use only. Thread on cap features an integral hanging hook, and hinging mouthpiece that folds out of the way when not in use. Bite valve eliminates the need to constantly remove and replace tedious caps using both hands as found on standard water bottles while keeping out dirt and debris. Inside the bottle, the ceramic filter hangs from clear tubing from the base of the cap to the base of the bottle. When time to replace, the filter assembly, it simply unscrews from the tubing and a new filter threads on in seconds.

Product is manufactured to meet:
National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) Standard 42
National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) Standard 53
ISO 9002 Quality Standard
USA AEL Laboratories
USA Analytical Food Laboratories
USA Johns Hopkins University
British 5750 Quality Standard
Englands Water Research council (WRc) Performance Standards

The filtration efficiency is 0.2 micron

Removal capabilities as follows:
99% Arsenic 5 and 99% Arsenic 3 (special order)
99% Hydrogen  Sulfide (H2S)
95% Chlorine and Chloramines
99% Taste
99% Odor
98% Aluminum
96% Iron
98% Lead
90% Pesticides
85% Herbicides
85% Insecticides
90% Rodenticides
85% Phenols
85% MTBE
85% Perchlorate
80% Trihalomethanes
95% Poly Aromatic Hydrocarbons
99.999% of particles larger than 0.5 micron (Staffordshire University Labs) (includes Anthrax)
99.7% of particles larger than 0.3 micron (Staffordshire University Labs)
98% of particles larger than 0.2 micron (Staffordshire University Labs)
100% Giardia Lamblia
100% Cyclospora
100% removal of live Cryptosporidium (WRc Standard)
100% removal of Cryptosporidium (NSF Standard 53 A.C. fine dust 4 log challenge)
100% removal of E. Coli, Vibrio Cholerae (Johns Hopkins University)
99.999% removal of Salmonella Typhil, Shigella Dysenteria, Kiebsiella Terrigena (Hyder Labs)

Product is silver impregnated
and will not permit bacteria growth-through (mitosis)
provides a hostile environment for all microbiological organisms and will not support their growth
Ceramic elements may be cleaned 100 or more times with a soft brush or damp cloth.
Performance Features:

Filter will accept water from floods, lake, rain, well, tap, river or stream
Semi/Annual filter replacement Cleansable with clean damp cloth
Shelf life is extended by shaking filter every 3-4 months to loosen media inside and prevent packing
Once in use, filter will last 6-8 months
Total number of Reviews: 6

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3.0 5
"Good water bottle to have just in case. Bite valve does not spill or leak BUT it does leak around the cap, so don't try to squeeze the bottle or you will get wet.Do not expect to drink from this easily when you are thirsty, you would really have to suck, and suck hard to get some water, at a rate of tablespoon for each suck.Preliminary test prove that it does filter out the taste from out faucet water."
3.0 5
"I bought two of these to have one just in case and the other to use daily. I can tell you now that I have used it for a while that this is not an everyday filter. It is way too hard to get the water up through the straw. The good part is that it does work and I think that in a survival situation this unit will serve you well."
5.0 5
"Several months ago I was in Haiti--in an area where Choleria had been evident. I began to use this water bottle--drinking the same water that the locals wouldn't drink. I suffered no ill effects then or later. The bottle and filter does what it says it will do. This is not an everyday water bottle--it is to be used in emergency situations or when the quality of the water is in doubt."
5.0 5
"Planning a trip to Mexico? We did, and thank goodness we took two of these with us! These bottles were excellent. We are now back for two days and feel fantastic. They are not your every day water bottles, but if you need water, and the only water available has mosquito larvae, God knows what other parasites, and some green slimy film on the surface, you either die from thirst with four hundred thousand gallons of nasty water in front of you or you scoop some out and put it in your \"Just Water\" canteen and drink away!! I was amazed that the water tasted so clean and pure! No ill effects. I chose to use mine even if the water \"seemed\" clean. You can rinse the ceramic filter off and reuse many times. Follow the instructions provided for best results. Once again, CTD and their shipping department should provide classes to other online shopping sites. Great job!"
2.0 5
"If you are on the verge of death...you might hang with it. You will suck your face inside out...due to all the resistance / back pressure. I'd take iodine tablets and drink iodine water...if you want to drink any water, quickly. I took it, for supplemental water, in the mountains. Ended up drinking my primary water source and gave up on this."
2.0 5
"I was going to buy 4 of these, but there was only 1 in stock, so I got one of these and one Aquamira bottle to compare. I'm glad I only got one. The flow rate is terrible. I would only use this in a last-option survival situation. The flow rate is much too low for casual use like backpacking, camping, etc. It filters well, but it is incredibly frustrating trying to satisfy thirst from this bottle. Squeezing the bottle helps marginally, but doesn't fix the issue. The good: it seems fairly well built, the filter does filter well, and at the time the twelve dollar price tag made it the most affordable filter bottle. Ceramic filters can be cleaned. This is good if you don't have a way to prefilter your water before putting it in the bottle."