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I'm quite happy & feel comfortable recommending this to anyone who wants to put together a disaster kit.
The SteriPEN website provides charts that compare some of the models to each other, a very extensive FAQ, and user manuals.
The SteriPEN seems like it resolves all these issues because it is small, it is easy to use, and it works very quickly.
I already have one of these and have used it for over a year. I purchased this one as a backup and also like to keep them with my katadyn filters. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robert B.
I like this product because it does what it's supposed to do well, and it was a reasonable price. I don't like how many batteries that it takes or how quickly the batteries die. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Unknown Soldier
When going in a 3rd world country, this is the best and only way to easily make pure water. Taking to Peru's Amazon.Published 7 months ago by Charles Motley
So I've been backpacking for about 15 years now..... and I am now officially spoiled with this SteriPen. Water treatment at its finest, quickest, tasteless-est... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Christopher Blankenship
Great item and since I tested it out on some potentially dodgy standing water one hot day back in December, I'm a believer. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Joseph Q. Bloggs Esq.
This is a very handy device, when it work. It works by using UV light to negatively alter the DNA in harmful bacteria and viruses so they can't reproduce in your gut. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Eric Radman
I have not had time to use this product in the field, so I cannot comment on that. However, I can comment on the customer service I received. The Steripen I got was defective. Read morePublished 11 months ago by mike
It didn't work. The lamp was apparently defective, so I sent it back. That's alI have to say.
You can get it to work most of the time. but it can throw fits where it refuses to work. the circuit that detects it is submerged in water is touchy i guess.Published 12 months ago by Jesse