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Re: [at-l] Water Purifiers

Brian & Wagtail,

  I don't know what's in the water in the *outback* in your home area... But
if it's got
a lot of unknown nasties, I think I'd go with the Explorer over the Guardian
the weight difference)... You'll probably have more use for the Explorer in your
home area, it should hold up better in the long run... (yes, replacement
are more expensive than the Guardian)... The Explorers I've seen and used did
their job well, held together well, and were easy to use and backflush... 

  Good luck on the trail, keep us informed on progress,,,

At 02:12 PM 12/15/96 +1100, you wrote:
>I write again on behalf of my son Ian (Wagtail) who starts his through trek
>on April 1st (April Fools Day seems to me to be an entirely appropriate
>day).   I'm sorry but I think the subject of water purifiers has recently
>been covered so perhaps any answers could be emailed direct to me to avoid
>boring everyone else.
>It appears he was just about to buy a Pur Explorer (which apparently is the
>preferred choice down here) when the Sweetwater Guardian Plus has also
>become available.  He needs to make a decision and would be grateful for any
>Many thanks
>Brian Miller  (Canberra, Australia)

  happy trails,,,
         Dick & Lyn  Wix     (Tropical; Rochester, MN)
                 aka  "WIXeR"  AT-94  GA->ME
       We'll get there,,,, when we get there.!!" - obscure

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