|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 2.8 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||1-10303-28-HI-FC-SEY|
|Color||Clear and Blue|
|Material||BPA Free Plastic, EPA Approved Materials|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Seychelle 28 Ounce Flip Top Water Bottle with Advanced Filter, BPA Free
|Price:||$25.56 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- 28oz flip top's Advance filter produces up to 100 gallons. The bottle is BPA free and all materials are FDA approved.
- Removes up to 99.9999% of bacteria and viruses via EPA approved iodinated resin / Removes up to 90% of fluoride
- Removes up to 99.99% of contaminants and pollutants found in fresh water supplies
- Can be used in extreme conditions; turbid and stagnant water; and is ideal for emergencies such as hurricanes, cyclones, etc.
- Not to be used with Salt Water.
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I also took the MSR MiniWorks EX Microfilter. It worked well but my primary source of water was the Seychelle. The Seychelle doesn't seem to hold a lot of water due to the large filter but I could squeeze water out of it into my cook pot faster than I could pump water from the MiniWorks.
A friend had a Katadyn filter bottle on the trip. It's filter seemed to clog by the end of the trip. My Seychelle's output remained consistent. Great bottle.
Follow these simple steps BEFORE using your new investment: Please make sure that you remove the sticker at the bottom of the filter BEFORE you fill the bottle with water the first time you get it; then fill with water and squeeze the bottle to release the water (do not drink yet) until it's empty, then repeat the process two more times; this will ensure that the initial excess carbon in the bottle rinses out thoroughly.
After the initial water rinsing, the water comes out crystal clean. I was very impressed with the quality of the water, and the quality of the bottle. I planned to use my bottle on the next camping trip, but will continue to use it at home for its purified water properties.
The squeeze may be slightly difficult for some to force the water out, but I found that suction at the straw worked just as well, although water may drip out slightly after pulling away from your mouth. I could only deduct this was caused by the lack of negative pressure due to not squeezing the bottle. Either way, the bottle delivers what it's supposed to do.
Whether you plan to use it for daily drinking consumption, camping, or as part of disaster preparedness, I strongly recommend this product, it works great. Drink to your good health.
Last summer I bought this soft-sided water bottle for myself and the stainless steel version for my son to take to camp. Today I am ordering another one of these soft-sided, flip straw versions for my son to take to camp this year.
This model is my preference because I can squeeze out filtered water into a cup and share with another person if needed. The straw can thoroughly be cleaned with a Qtip and alcohol. Even though it does drip when you are finished drinking and fold the straw up, that is only because one is folding the straw up too quickly, before the water has time to recede. If one waits a few seconds after finished drinking, and then folds the straw, water does not leak out.
This unit it much easier to drink out of than the stainless steel unit. This one I can push in on the sides and the filtered water comes out easily. The stainless version was only offered in the pull top lid version when I ordered.It was much harder to drink out of, and being stainless steel, I could not squeeze it to get water out. The only way to get water from the stainless version is by sucking through the mouthpiece. It was difficult for my son to use.
I had originally bought the stainless steel version for my son because I thought it would be sturdy for camp. What ended up happening is that it got dropped on pavement and dented on the lower rim of the bottom of the bottle. It would no longer sit upright. We got less than 2 weeks use out of it. It was very disappointing. I realized that if he would have had the soft sided one, it would have bounced right back. I have dropped mine a few times and never had any problems.Read more ›
My only complaint would be that, unless I remember to hold the bottle away from me when I fold the straw back down, a little drop of water drips onto my clothes. Wish I knew how to stop that from happening.
And by the way, for those of you who have said that it's hard to "suck" through the straw: I didn't know this at first, either, but you're supposed to squeeze the bottle as you're drinking. Problem solved!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's ok. Kinda funny tasting.......and very expensive. Not impressedPublished 2 days ago by Denise Zanutto
When you are traveling where the water is not drinkable, this is greatPublished 13 days ago by Denise W.
My sister returned from Mexico without incident. I'll call that a win. ;)Published 22 days ago by Mrs. H
The water is hard to drink once it gets towards the bottom and it leaks a little at that point but, overall, it's great!Published 1 month ago by Heather
I gave this away as a gift,
so sadly I didn't actually use this one that said I was completely satisfied with how it looked and the gift was well received. Read more
We used this bottle while traveling in Southeast Asia. Had no issues and it was nice to have drinking water from any source! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Douglas H. Wilkins