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STERIPEN Ultra UV Water Purifier
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- UV light destroys germs' ability to reproduce and make you sick; The SteriPEN destroys over 99.9% of bacteria, viruses, and protozoa
- Battery Life: Up to 50 treatments per charge and 300 charge discharge cycles; This is equivalent to 15,000 liters
- Simple OLED display shows everything you need to know - treatment, lamp, and battery status; USB rechargeable from a computer, wall, or solar panel
- Water Quality Association: SteriPEN tested and certified by WQA against US EPA Microbiological Water Purifier Standard
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
|Item Dimensions||1.6 x 1.3 x 7.3 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.66 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.3 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.6 pounds|
|Sport Type||Sporting Goods|
For simple, versatile, and effective water purification, the SteriPEN Ultra UV Water Purifier is the key. With the technology to purify a liter of water in 90 seconds and the weight of an iPhone, the SteriPEN Ultra is easy to take anywhere so you always have potable water at your fingertips.
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Then one day, after months of this, it occurred to me that UV sterilization might be an option to replace boiled or distilled water. I shopped on Amazon, and found the SteriPEN products and read both the product descriptions and user reviews. The SteriPEN Ultra USB Rechargeable seemed like a really great fit. Before I purchased the SteriPEN, though, I talked to my ENT about whether it would be safe to use to sterilize the water I use for nasal irrigation. He 'blessed' the idea with no hesitation. I ordered the unit from Amazon and have been using it now for several weeks with no ill effects. It has proved to be a huge help to me--no sterilized glass jars, no gallon plastic jugs--in the convenience of preparing the water I use to make my irrigation solution. I use the SteriPEN on its 'half liter' setting to sterilize two cups of water at a time; I get the water from the tap & in less than a minute I've got water that I can safely use to irrigate with. The battery charge lasts a long time--weeks, not days--and when its time to recharge I just plug it in the USB on my computer and let it sit overnight.
One thing I want to make clear: in the literature that comes with the product, the manufacturer says clearly that the SteriPEN is NOT a sterilizer. I think this is something their lawyers made them say, because if the unit doesn't sterilize, why would anyone buy the product. But be that as it may, for the record let me state that I didn't rely on their literature or advertising for my use of their product. I thought up this usage on my own, and I ran it by my doctor and got his OK. So, if you think you might want to use it for an application similar to the one I have described here, I urge you to get your doctor's approval before proceeding.
I'm very happy with this product. It really works well for me, has excellent build quality, and hopefully will last a long time.
is because I wanted to make sure that prospective customers know about how good the customer support is. The lamp had a sudden failure.
I live in Hawaii and shipped the pen back to Maine for repair. It was shipped October 1, 2016. It arrived in Maine at 12 Noon on October 6th.
It was shipped back THREE HOURS LATER. I got it back on October 8th. Not only did they fix the lamp but they also replace the USB cover that
had somehow got detached and lost. One week round trip from Hawaii to Maine. Unbelievable!
If I were to buy it again, I would probably buy the model with replaceable rechargeable batteries. After two years, the permanent battery within my unit failed to take a charge and to have the factory replace the battery was not cheap, so I decided to be cheap and replace the rechargeable battery myself. The exact battery is easy enough to find but you then have to desolder a small printed circuit board from on top of the old battery and solder it onto the new battery which is not easy. The unit now works like new.
I gave this unit 4 stars not because there is a problem with it but because I think the unit with removable rechargeable batteries would serve me better.