Cheaper Than Dirt! Gift Guide: LifeStraw Personal Water Filter

By CTD Blogger published on in Consumer Information

The LifeStraw personal water filter is perfect for hikers, backpackers, campers, travelers, hunters and survivalists and should be included in every bug-out bag or emergency kit. Awarded the “Best Invention of the Year” from Time magazine, the LifeStraw personal water filter removes nearly 100% of bacteria and parasites. The LifeStraw’s small size and lightweight makes it easy to tote on any adventure. It’s always a good idea to be prepared for any unexpected emergency or survival situation. Filter up to 264 gallons of water with this easy to use, personal water filter.

Blue LifeStraw personal water filter

The LifeStraw personal water filter won Time Magazine’s “Best Invention of the Year.”

Specifications and features:

  • Exceeds EPA guidelines for removing E.coli, Giardia and Cryptosporidium
  • Filters up to 264 gallons
  • Filters down to 0.2 microns
  • Weighs 2 ounces
  • BPA-free
  • Easy to clean
  • High flow rate


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Comments (1)

  • Mikial


    I work in security for persons going into remote and high risk environments, and conduct Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) for the same kind of crowd. I never conduct a briefing or training without recommending that people going into these places take a Life Straw with them.

    If you are in the bush, or in a vehicle that breaks down along a mud rut road, you at least know you will have a reasonably safe source of drinking water. The Life Straw will not filter out everything, but will protect you from the more common contaminants and bacteria. Even if you’re doing nothing else but sitting in a hotel in Nairobi, if you wake up in the night thirsty and have no bottled water you can fill a glass from the tap and drink it through the Life Straw without as much concern that you will get sick.

    And for a $20 investment, why would anyone not take advantage of it?


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