Survival Gear: Part 5 - Water.

There is simply no survival hope without adequate clean water. I certainly am not interested in drinking my own urine if I can help it. If all else fails remember to boil water. “Water temperatures above 185° F (85° C) kill all pathogens within a few minutes. So in the time it takes for water to reach the boiling point (212° F or 100° C) all pathogens will be killed, even at high altitude. The moment your drinking water reaches a rolling boil, the water has already become safe to drink.” ..How Many Minutes To Boil Water Until Safe To Drink? - 30 minutes at 160° F - 3 minutes at 185° F - Instant at 212° F.

Straws -

Etekcity 1500L Water Personal Filter

LifeStraw Personal Water Filter

Survivor Filter

Aquamira Frontier Tactical Emergency Water Filtration and Straw

Katadyn Combi Microfilter

Filter other -

MSR MiniWorks EX Microfilter

Katadyn Powersurvivor 80 E Watermaker Desalinator

Aquamira Frontier Pro Water Filter with Replacement Bacteria Filter

Survivor Filter PRO

Polar Pure Iodine Water Filter Purifier (recommended if not allergic to iodine)

Polar Pure Water Disinfectant With Iodine Crystals

Condy’s Crystals [Potassium permanganate]

Taharmayim - Israeli Water Purification Tablets (for those with Iodine allegies). (recommended)

AquaMira Military Water Purifier Tablets

Aquamate Solar Still Emergency Water Purification (Salt water)

Bottles -

LIFESAVER Bottle (recommended)

The Platypus Collapsible Water Bottle

Survivor Filter Collapsible Canteens

LifeStraw Go Water Bottle with Integrated 1000-Liter LifeStraw Filter

Sawyer Personal Water Bottle Filter

NALGENE Tritan 1-Quart Narrow Mouth

Bladders -

MSR Dromedary Hydration Bag

MSR 2L DromLiteTM Bag

Camelbak Military Water Beast Omega Reservoir

Camelbak Long Neck Water Bladder

Canteens -

Clearly Filtered Military Style Canteen

Gerber Bear Grylls Canteen

Klean Kanteen Classic

Hydration Backpacks -

Camelbak Ambush Mil Spec Antidote Hydration Backpack

Tanks-

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