The Drop: LifeStraw Peak Solo Water Filter

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Whenever I go hiking, camping, or traveling, clean drinking water is at the top of my priority list. The LifeStraw Peak Solo Water Filter brings some much-needed peace of mind as a portable water filtration device that can protect you from harmful bacteria, microplastics, parasites, silt, and sand in your drinking water, making it an essential addition to your travel gear.

One of its most significant advantages is its ultra-lightweight design, weighing just 1.7 ounces. You can easily carry it at only 5.1” tall in your backpack or emergency kit. The standard 28mm threading on the filter makes it compatible with most water bottles, and its leak-proof top and bottom cap prevents any spillage. It also comes with a custom-threaded backwash syringe and a user manual to make cleaning the filter a breeze. The Solo’s water filter has an impressive flow rate of 3L/min, allowing you to fill up a 1-liter bottle in just 20 seconds. This makes it perfect for hikers, campers, and travelers who are always on the move.

The key feature of the LifeStraw Peak Solo is a membrane microfilter that utilizes hollow fiber technology. It removes 99.999% of bacteria (including E.coli and Salmonella), 99.9% of protozoan parasites (including Giardia and Cryptosporidium), and microplastics, silt, sand, and cloudiness from water sources. The LifeStraw filter can clean up to 2000 liters of water before needing a replacement; just remember to discard the first 0.5 liters of the filtered water as it may contain loose carbon from the filter.

Since it’s made with premium, durable, 50% post-consumer recycled BPA-free plastic, it’s an excellent choice for frequent travelers who want something that’s both reliable and responsible. What’s more, with every purchase of a LifeStraw water filter, a child in need receives safe drinking water for a year. This is an incredible initiative by LifeStraw to help underprivileged communities have access to clean water, and is a great way to give back while investing in a product that can make a difference.

What I like: Besides its EDC-friendly size I can keep in my pockets, drop into, or attach to any bag, its high filtration efficiency and fast flow rate make it convenient for on-the-go use.

What to watch out for: The LifeStraw can’t be used for filtering sea water or chemically contaminated water.

Final verdict: The LifeStraw Peak Solo Water Filter is a must-have for any frequent traveler, backpacker, camper, or outdoor enthusiast. Its compact size makes it a no-brainer addition to any survival or outdoors kit, ready to use for staying hydrated on your next adventure.

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