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[at-l] Water Filters, the PURfect Choice

The spec sheet on the 'Hiker' model says its good for about 200 
litres.  I have one and am very happy with it.  As with all outdoor 
equipment, the filter's longevity really depends on what you do with 
it and what your water source is.  For example, if the water you usually filter is brackish, 
dirty, swamp, etc. the filter will clog more quickly and won't last 
as long. If, on the other hand, you usually filter from nmountain 
streams, fast flowing rivers, or lakes, you should be able to get the 
full 200 litres.

Glad to try to answer any other questions you might have.


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