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The Frontier Pro comes with a universal connectivity adapter system, which connects directly to any water bottle with a 28mm opening, such as a Platypus or a standard-size bottle. You can also use the tube connection feature to connect directly to your hydration system or drink tube, or drink directly from any open container or water source. And should you want to filter water in advance and drink later, you can flip the Frontier Pro into "gravity flow" mode. The filter measures 1.25 inches in diameter and 5.5 inches long and weighs 2 ounces dry.
The Frontier Pro filters up to 50 gallons. To lengthen filter life, use replacement pre-filters.
Note: Miraguard does not protect users against foodborne or disease-causing bacteria, viruses, or germs. If viruses or smaller bacteria are suspected, use in conjunction with Aquamira water purifier tablets.
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This system is very light, doesn't take up much room, is simple to use and reasonably priced.
The cap on the end lifts up to reveal a bite and suck type valve, similar to that of my camelback, very comfortable and easy to suck through.
It's more expensive up front, but cheaper in the long run and will filter water waaaaaay faster.
A bit flimsy.
Has a decent connection method but could be a bit simpler.
The rubber gets worn out easily.
It's a 1 time use thing - no replacement filters. Read more
This one works. I was at Yosemite this summer and have used it exclusively for the water that I 'scooped' out of Merced on Little Yosemite Valley into my hydration bladder. Read morePublished 28 days ago by WJGBalderama
Excellent filtering straw! However, only buy this if you know how to use it. I didn't and suffered for that.Published 3 months ago by R. Miller
for the bug out bag.. can't wait to try. I'm sure it works great though..Published 3 months ago by ROAD ready
For the price, you can't go wrong. We usually have either fresh running (clear) water or access to water. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Josh Assing
Doesn't filter viruses enough sai. There's better filters for less moneyPublished 4 months ago by Beau C.
I'm not putting really dirty water through it but water that is allowed to settle first and then a purifying tablet as directed. No ill effects yet. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stephen Brockwell
I am an avid outdoorsman and traveller. This water filter was purchased to use as a backup. I haven't used it yet but I examined it and I have decided the quality is there to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mark Barry
The perfect water purifier for the minimalist backpacking trekking. Light and effective. Been using it for years in the Grand Canyon, where weight is a strong consideration. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Olgive