|Item Weight||7.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.14 x 3.14 x 9.25 inches|
|Item model number||LSGOV2CR44|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
Lifestraw Go Bottle w/2-Stage Filtration - Grey
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|Capacity||23 ounces||26.0 ounces||9.0 ounces||32.0 fluid_ounces||24.0 ounces||10.0 fluid_ounces|
Introducing the new LifeStraw Go - now with a carbon capsule that reduces chlorine, bad taste and odor! Available in 5 colors. With our Follow the Liters program, for every LifeStraw product sold, a child in a developing country receives clean, safe drinking water for an entire school year.
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1. the filter makes it hard to drink out of
-sucking on the straw is literally a work out for your mouth, and you're still thirsty after
2. The filter makes water taste bad
- the filter made even good water taste bad
I had read so many great things about this bottle and was excited to give this company a try, but I was really let down. I bought it for my trip, and it's the only bottle I brought and now I'm just buying water bottles from the store because I hate drinking out of this so much. My sister has the Camelback with the filter and it's so much easier to drink out of, tastes great, and it's semi insulated. Would recommend that one 100% over this.
I purchased both the lifestraw and the Grayl. I purchased the Grayl filter water for washing produce and for drinking with my vitamins and probiotics (difficult to swallow tablets when sipping hard on a straw) but the Lifestraw is the one I am using on my day tripping.
Only thing I don’t recommend is that at one restaurant they had water with citrus floating in it so I refilled using that water and the juice in the water made the water in my Lifestraw cloudy the next day and it did have a flavor so I rinsed it out and refilled and it’s back to normal.
I will update this review at the end of my trip but for now it’s been a godsend and I am so pleased I bought it with me!
Edit: well the Lifestraw went everywhere with me around the Yucatán Peninsula and to Mexico City. No need for bottled water and no issues! We ate everything from food made under an awning on the side of the road in Tulum to market food in Valladolid to tiny restaurants in Merida along with salsas, lettuce, tomato all the things they tell you not to eat and we didn’t get sick once! But we didn’t drink a single sip of water without it going through the Lifestraw. We did drink cocktails at a couple of very good restaurants (Heartwood etc) and some of the beachside resorts in Tulum because restaurants of that caliber and good resorts use filtered water. A lot of the street sellers of water sell bottles but it worried me cause they were in tubs of ice so even the water on the outside of the bottles could be problematic and who knows if the bottles were refilled or not so we purchased them and decanted into our Lifestraw just to be sure!
The Grayl was a godsend for water to clean our teeth as the Lifestraw wasn’t any good for that (rinsing the toothbrush etc) also if you stay at an Airbnb and want to make ice or wash produce, the Grayl is the way to go. So it is helpful to have both or buy a large bottle of water somewhere for teeth cleaning etc and use the Lifestraw for all of your drinking water. The Lifestraw was a life saver! Wouldn’t travel without it now!
Directions to fix when water will no longer suck through the straw and filter is not ready to replace:
1. Remove your filter from the cap and remove the small carbon capsule filter.
2. Add a couple drops of bleach to a glass of warm water.
3. Put the filter in the glass and let it soak for half an hour. I put both filters in the water and let them soak for 1 1/2 hours.
4. Rinse the filter (top, bottom and sides), replace it in the cap and try pulling a little water through the filter and then blowing it back out.
Again, this restored the bottle back to perfect working condition and perhaps this would help those who mentioned difficulty sucking water from the straw.
I recommend this product and was pleasantly surprised with the company's support to fix the issue.
Top reviews from other countries
About the practicality: water flows better when full, I’m not sure about the reason, but I think it is because it doesn’t filter the water just from one end of the tube.
Classic phrase running through my mind at the time of anguish, 'Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink'.
But now that is not the case; I bought this LifeStraw bottle combined with a 1.5L SIGG water bottle.
So far it has already saved me. :)