Travel Water Purification

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by Beamklamp, Nov 26, 2012.

  1. ChadHahn

    ChadHahn Been here awhile

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    Depending on where you travel you'd probably want the AA battery Steripen. The batteries don't last as long as some of the other options but it's probably easier to get AA batteries in the middle of Egypt say than 123A batteries.

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  2. K0m4

    K0m4 Long timer

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    Isn't chlorine dioxide pretty much without taste? I have it at home, but never had the need to use it yet. It comes as a liquid as well as tablets, should be easy enough to bring with you.
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  3. TheSweatyButcher

    TheSweatyButcher Adventurer

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    I pack a MSR Moix water purifier. It makes chlorine with salt and battery power. Its small, super handy and can make enough chlorine for up to 6 liters of water at a time. But most of the time when out and about I buy Big jugs of water for a buck or two.

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