DayOne Response Waterbag Water Purification Unit

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Potable water wherever you go.

One of the most important things in life, and in the aftermath of many disasters, is access to potable water. The DayOne Response Waterbag is a great investment if you want to be prepared for most disasters. It’s a 10-liter water purification unit with integrated filter, but the difference is that it comes with backpack straps so you can take it along wherever you go. This unit does everything you need to have drinking water, from collection to transportation, treatment, and even hygienic storage.

$76 – $100
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