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Today’s article we will be reviewing the Clearly Filtered water bottles. I am currently testing out three different water filtration bottles from ClearlyFiltered. We’ll be reviewing these three bottles:
as well as the one that we’re using as our full time hunting/fishing water bottle.
My personal favorite for my day-to-day is the Athlete edition. The reason for that is because it fits great in my hands, fits in my normal everyday carry pack along with fitting in the car’s cup holder perfectly.
My girlfriend was very excited about receiving “The Stainless” as she has always had these types of stainless steel water bottles and really likes them. She’s not too big on prepping/survival so this is kind of an under-the-radar way of getting her prepared for anything and everything.
And the Filtered Canteen is the perfect bottle for hunting/fishing. It holds more water and if you hunt, you know that you want to stay stationary as much as possible so this holds enough water for ya. Plus, it’s green and blends in great with the woods.
I’d recommend keeping the Canteen in your bug out bag (it comes with a little leash that can attach to your bag, all of these bottles do and I REALLY like that about them)
Now you’re probably thinking…. sure they look good, but how do they work? Well here’s the kicker…. they freakin kick ass and I’ve tried out a bunch of different water filter bottles.
Here’s one of the charts I found that compares with some of the other water filters/bottles.
As preppers, we want something that is going to last and this will last 100+ gallons.
Although I have found that people say it’s actually much closer to 200+ gallons, I feel that for legal reasons they have to put 100+ to keep everything legal.
After testing out a few of the other types of water filters, I really like the Clearly Filtered bottles and the company is really standing behind their statements and research.
All in all, I really like the ease of their filter. With many of the filtered bottles I’ve tested you end up expending a lot of energy sucking the water through the filter in order to actually get the drink.
To me, that’s a pain in the ass.
With the Clearly Filtered bottles, it’s as easy as drinking normally. The only downside I see with it is that I can’t “gulp or chug” my water and after long hikes/runs I sometimes just want to do that. I guess that’s where the other filters they offer come in handy.
However, as a great day to day and bug out bag essential I would definitely give my highest ratings to the guys over at Clearly Filtered.