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Re: Water Filter Recommendations

Postby jmkaes » Thu Jul 11, 2013 2:12 pm

What experiences have people had (good or bad) using the CamelBak All Clear Water Purifier Bottle? We just purchased one of these for use in the back country based on the reviews at REI but am curious about what all of you think?

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Re: Water Filter Recommendations

Postby RobE » Thu Jul 11, 2013 11:44 pm

I have had the CamelBak All Clear with the pre-filter for over a year and like it. Used on Longs, Capitol, and in Corsica on the GR20. No nasty taste or discolored water. I quickly lost the carrying case and simple cap (but don't miss them). I wish there were a carrying case for the pre-filter. Note the bottle is 750 mL, not 1 L.

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Re: Water Filter Recommendations

Postby --bb-- » Fri Jul 12, 2013 6:27 am

+5 Steripen.

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