Aquamira Frontier Water Filter With Straw


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  • Removes 99.9 % of pathogens down to 2 microns
  • Including bacteria, giardia and cryptosporidium
  • Filters up to 20 gallons
  • Activated carbon reduces waterborne chemicals
  • And improves water taste
  • Weighs less than 1 oz.

The ultra-light and compact Frontier Filter from Aquamira easily slips into a daypack, waist pack or travel luggage and is ready when you need it. Carry it as a backup on a multi-day backpacking trip in case larger pump filters clog or become damaged. For maximum protection, the Frontier can be used in conjunction with chemical treatments. To use, simply expand the straw and attach the wide end firmly onto the filter outlet. Fill a bottle or cup from your water source, insert the filter, and drink from the straw. Do not submerge the drinking straw into contaminated water. Allow filter to air dry for 48 hours before storing.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.50 out of 5
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Aug 22, 2014
(5 out of 5)
A good thing to have

Great item. I side it as a primary filter for a weekend AT hike to test it. It has a very high flow rate so by using clear tubing about 2' long as the straw I could siphon from a water bag he going from a limb. It was like having a spigot to fill water bottle and cook with. Its about the size of a AA battery and very light weight. Perfect for a GHB or a back up filter for longer excursions


Andrew Heiman
Apr 17, 2012
(4 out of 5)

Very portable, about the size of your index finger. However, on both (bought two) of the filters, the straws were cracked, so reduced the water flow. Ended up cutting it off to about 2". Filter is great at its job but better off making your own straw somehow.


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