The BPA-free Aquamira® H20 Capsule Water Bottle & Filter is an effective, and lightweight water filtration system for the outdoors. The new Aquamira Water Bottle is a high quality 25 fl oz. sport bottle that's armed with a new CR-100 Capsule Water Filter technology so you can drink anywhere. It is easy to use, just fill and sip. It is convenient and cost efficient. It features CR Filtration technolgy that reduces contaminants, bad tastes and odors. It also has an activated carbon shell to reduce bad taste and Miraguard and antimicrobial agent. The 'Bite Me' valve is patented and will not leak.
- Aquamira CR Filtration Technology is tested and certified to reduce chlorine, bad tastes and odors and remove >99.9%* of Giardia and Cryptosporidium
- Activated coconut shell carbon water bottle filter (CR-100 Capsule Filter) treats 100 gallons of water, or 640 refills, while reducing organic contaminants and waterborne chemicals. It's easy to install, and quick to remove. Replacement filters available - Campmor Item #28820
- Miraguard Antimicrobial Technology suppresses the growth of bacteria, algae, fungus, mold and mildew within the filter media. Miraguard does not protect users against food borne or disease causing bacteria, viruses, germs or other disease causing organisms
- Sport water filter bottle that's ergonomically designed to fit comfortably in hand, cup holder, bicycle cages, or attach onto backpacks
- Patented BITE-ME Valve provides a comfortable, no-leak mouthpiece
- New features include higher flow rate, larger bottle capacity, new capsule style filter treats more water, 'Finger-Grip' carry loop, and ultra-strong Tritan dust cap
- BPA Free
- Made in the USA
- PLEASE NOTE: If you live in the state of Iowa, we are unable to sell you any water purification system due to Iowa Department of Public Health Restrictions. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Will it work well with icy cold PNW glacial water?
Asked on 6/20/2012 by Anonymous
Since this is a filtering bottle it will work with ice water. If you do additional chemical treatment then you will need to allow sufficient time for the chemicals to react in cold water.
Answered on 6/21/2012 by Steve from Campmor
Can I expect to use this bottle for filtering water from streams, lake or ponds safely?
Asked on 5/1/2012 by Dennis from Salt Lake City, Utah
In most developed Western nations yes, with one exception, I would not use it down stream from industrial sites. In third world locations you would want to have chemical treatments for potential viral contamination like hepatitis.
Answered on 5/4/2012 by Steve from Campmor