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Dec 10

43% Off Lifestraw GO Until Dec 11, 11:59 PM PST.

The Lifestraw is an amazing device, as a matter of fact I’ve reviewed the original Lifestraw and the Lifestraw Family and highly endorse them both.  Tonight I got an email from our most popular guest author The Maj, reference an awesome promo going on for a new product: the Lifestraw Go.  It’s just a guess but I’m betting this is an answer to Berkey’s Sport Bottle as the construction and price point are relatively similar.  Here’s the good news, until Dec 11 (11:59pm PST) you can get the Lifestraw Go for a whopping 43% off!  Regular price is $34.95, sale price is $19.95.

Here’s the rundown on the Lifestraw Go:

– Filters at least 1,000 liters of water (264 gallons)

– Bottle & filter only weighs 223 grams (8oz)

– Removes up to 99.9999 percent of waterborne bacteria

– Removes up to 99.9 percent of waterborne protozoan cysts

– Reduces turbidity by filtering particles of approx 0.2 microns

– Bottle made of BPA free Tritan

– Uses no batteries or moving parts

Click here for details and act fast as quantities are limited.  I plan on ordering two of them!

 

 

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3 comments

  1. M.O.A.

    You twisted my arm in just the right way. I ordered one. Would’ve ordered two, but I wanted to test this out for myself first. Hopefully all the hype will live up to the reality. We shall see!

    Thanks! Merry Christmas / Happy Hanukkah!

  2. M.O.A.

    The Lifestraw GO unit arrived today. It was packaged modestly, yet effectively. in a standard shipping box and included a paper shelf hanger used for retail outlets who might sell this unit commercially.

    Two things that immediately struck me were the size of the unit, and the tip of the straw.

    The bottle was larger than I imagined it would be, based on the images here and on the seller’s website. This is good! The website claims that the bottle holds 670 ML, which is equivalent to 22.6554 fluid ounces. I’m not sure if they account for the area taken up by the straw itself or not, but the overall volume of liquid seems to be similar to many of the non-filtered water bottle units available these days.

    The second thing I discovered is that the nipple of the straw is made from a soft rubber or plastic, and flips down into the top of the lid when not in use. Both of those features were a pleasant surprise to me, as I had originally thought the tip was made from a hard plastic.

    All in all, I’m very pleased with the unit and am looking forward to using it.

  3. The Maj

    Mine are still “two to three days from delivery”. :( Oh well, such is life in the middle of nowhere, my Christmas Cards normally arrive around December 31st.

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