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ABOUT THE PRODUCT

LifeStraw Community is a high-volume point-of-use water purifier with built-in safe storage that makes contaminated water safe to drink.

LifeStraw Community

Availability: In Stock
$431.00

LifeStraw Community is a high-volume, point-of-use community water purifier with built-in safe storage, which provides microbiologically safe drinking water for schools, health facilities, workplaces and community settings.

Return Policy:

Product can be returned if the following occurred:

1). Product delivered is not in accordance to the order

2). Product can be returned after a week of acquisition by reporting to [email protected]

3). Warranty would depend on supplier’s provision.

Shipment days

1). A week to thirty days shipment dependent on supplier.

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What does the Lifestraw not filter?

It will filter out 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria and 99.9% of waterborne protozoa. Chemicals, salt water, heavy metals and viruses will not be removed. If you are looking for a high capacity filter to remove viruses, the LifeStraw Mission andLifeStraw Family 1.0 remove 99.999% of viruses.

Is Lifestraw safe?

The LifeStraw won't filter out minerals, viruses, or chemicals, so while it's fairly safe to drink from running water in rivers, brooks, and creeks, it's not a good idea to use the LifeStraw downstream from an industrial plant or in a pool of water in a third world country.

How do you clean a Lifestraw?

After every use, remove the top of the bottle and back-flush your LifeStraw Go by blowing a breath of air back into the mouthpiece to purge all remaining water trapped within the filter. If you have access to clean water, suck some into the filter and back-flush it again.

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