Lifesaver Bottle Replacement Nozzle
The LIFESAVER bottle is fitted with a chew-proof non-tasting replaceable nozzle . Although chew-proof, it will wear over time and after prolonged use it will start to carry bacteria from users salvia. Unlike many other systems the LIFESAVER bottle has been designed so that the nozzle can easily be changed.
- 1 x LIFESAVER chew-proof nozzle
About the Lifesaver Bottle
The Lifesaver Bottle has unanimous UKSN Approval
The LIFESAVER 4000UF bottle is a microbiological water filter that uses ultra filtration technology to filter out viruses, bacteria, cysts and parasites from contaminated water sources. LIFESAVER technology filters out bacteria to a minimum of Log 6 (99.9999%), Viruses to Log 4 (99.99%) and Cysts to a minimum of Log 3 (99.9%) as specified by NSF Protocol 231, based on recommendations of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Lifesaver bottles filter to an amazing 15 nanometers.
To understand how tiny this is: The smallest Virus is around 25 nanometers. To put this in perspective The lifestraw and The Katadyn Pocket filter to 200 nanometers potentially allowing Viruses and other biological material to pass through.
Robust and designed for unforgiving conditions
A robust and portable water filter capable of delivering up to 4,000 litres / 1,056 US gallons of clean water for individual use. The LIFESAVER bottle holds up to 750ml at any one time is designed to support individuals embarking on international travel, adventure challenges, and expeditions where the quality of the water supply is in question. Clean water supply is paramount for the mental and physical performance and success of outdoor endeavors. The LIFESAVER bottle was designed to store and carry dirty water, once water is cleaned there is risk of re-contamination. With the bottle, just filter water when you want to drink it. No need for measuring, waiting or unpleasant distaste from chemicals such as chlorine or chlorine dioxide. Used by expedition companies, explorers, adventurers and preppers for producing clean water in the most unforgiving of environments - where clean water just can't be guaranteed.