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Clean Water on Demand! The Grayl Geopress Water Purifier

A WATER BOTTLE THAT PURIFIES YOUR WATER

Not all water bottles are created equal. Most water bottles are designed to simply hold water. Most people regularly buy water bottles that are designed to be thrown away or buy reusable bottles that they fill with tap water before leaving for work, the gym, or the trail. Tap water often contains heavy metals, sediment, and chemicals. If you are ever worried about the water you drink, consider purchasing the Grayl Geopress Water Purifier. This purifier is a water bottle and a purifier in one that is designed for the person on the go. People who camp off the beaten path often get their water from ponds, creeks and lakes. The Geopress can quickly turn dirty water into clean purified drinking water.

 

THE PERFECT WATER BOTTLE FOR TRAVELERS

World travelers often worry about if the water they are drinking in a hotel, on a cruise ship, or at downtown market is safe to drink. Using the Geopress eliminates those worries. Even when walking along the sidewalks near our homes, we can sometimes run out of water which forces us to stop and buy water at a store or fill up at a drinking fountain. With the Geopress, you never have to worry about drinking fountain water again. The Geopress can quickly filter any water.

 

THE GEOPRESS IS EASY TO USE

The Grayl Geopress is easy to use. You pull the outer refill container and the inner press apart. You fill the outer refill with water by scooping water out of a lake or stream or by filling it with tap water. Once it is full, you loosen the SimpleVent cap half a turn on the inner press and insert the press into the refill container and press down. As the inner press is pushed down, it purifies the water. It takes a total of 8 seconds to purify 24 ounces of water! With the Geopress you fill, press and drink. It is that simple.

 

THE GEOPRESS LOOKS AND FEELS LIKE A WATER BOTTLE

Over the years, I have used a wide variety of water filtration systems when camping. Most water purifiers are cumbersome and hard to operate. The Grayl Geopress is easy to use and looks and feels like a water bottle. The difference is the Geopress has a built-in filtration system that eliminates the impurities often found in water.

 

THE GEOPRESS COMES WITH A REPLACEABLE CARTRIDGE

The Geopress contains a replaceable cartridge that can filter up to 65 gallons of water before it needs to be replaced. The Geopress has been extensively tested and removes viruses, bacteria and protozoa. It filters micro plastics, chemicals, sediment and heavy metals.

People who are constantly on the go always have a water bottle in their hand. When their water bottle is empty, they are always looking for a place to refill it. Now everyone can have clean water regardless if they fill their bottle in a lake, stream or at a rusty old drinking fountain. The Grayl Geopress purifier is easy to use and reliable. Stop into Earth’s Edge today and learn more about the Grayl Geopress.

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