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CamelBak Fresh Reservoir Filter


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    Treat yourself to clean-tasting water.

    The CamelBak Fresh Reservoir Filter clicks on to your Antidote reservoir—or any other one outfitted with the CamelBak Quick Link adapter—to filter out bad tastes and odors. The Fresh filter works on the fly, without impacting water flow rate, so you get clean-tasting water immediately. This convenient component filters up to 120 liters before requiring a new set of carbon filters (sold separately).
    • Item #CAM0413

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    plastic casing, carbon filters
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    The"CamelBak" res. filter!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This filter is worth what little a person might pay for it!Reversible flush,easy to change cartridge filter and of course, it works.This is the last filtration that your drinking water passes through before it hits your stomach!Either right out of the bladder or right before your bite valve.

    Makes tap water taste good

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This filter is nice, it makes tap water taste great. It does what it is supposed to do. the pictures on line are a little misleading as far as size. It is bigger than it appears in the pictures. \

    Does it allow the camelbak electrolyts...

    Does it allow the camelbak electrolyts tablets to still do there job? Please help

    The description on this both here and at...

    The description on this both here and at CamelBak's website only says this is for bad tastes and odors--I assume it is not for bacteria like a true water filter?