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LifeStraw Go Bottle


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    • One Color, 22oz

    9 Reviews


    Clean sippin'.

    Instead of stopping to filter water or let iodine tablets do their work, fill up your Lifestraw Go Bottle and keep moving. Inside the BPA-free Tritan bottle, a hollow-fiber filter removes bacteria, protozoa, and sediment so you can sip crystal clear water without getting sick, and a good-grade silicone bite valve flips easily open and closed so prevent spills when it's in your pack.

    • BPA-free Tritan plastic
    • Food-grade silicone bite valve
    • Hollow fiber filter
    • Effective against bacteria, protozoa, and sediment
    • Item #LFE0002

    Tech Specs

    [bottle] BPA-free Tritan, [mouthpiece] food-grade silicone
    protozoa, bacteria, sedimen
    hollow fiber
    Pore Size
    0.2 micron
    Cartridge Life
    1000 L
    2.25 oz
    Field Cleanable
    9 x 3 in
    Claimed Weight
    7.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, backpacking, travel

    Tech Specs

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    Peace Of Mind

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    For a novice backpacker such as myself this is the perfect piece of equipment to have to make sure I have clean drinking water. It is extremely easy to use, and I feel confident that LifeStraw has made a good product to keep me safe. The peace of mind it provides makes it worth every penny.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a perfect bottle for going on adventures and you're not sure how long that adventure will be but you're sure there is some source of water. Super easy AND quick! Fill it up and keep on adventuring. No more packing 3+ heavy bottles for those epic adventures :)

    amazing water bottle

      This is the best water bottle and I use it all the time. Instead of packing a bunch of water for your hike, you can just bring this and take water from the streams. Super cool company that stands behind their products, I also have just the life straw itself and this is awesome because of how small it is. Definitely would recommend getting one of these.

      Don't leave home with out it.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Below you can see a lovely photo of me on a recent hike in the Rockies. Why have I included a photo that doesn't have a the Go-Bottle in it, you ask your self. Well, I will tell you!

      This was a simple spring, mid-morning hike I took with some buddies. I took a couple liters of water, and felt confident I was solid. But, to our surprise it ended up being very hot and the incline felt like it was 90 degrees. Trust me, it was close to it. Many a shrub helped me get up that mountain.

      Anyway, we all ended up running out of water at the half-way mark. When we came upon this fall of mountain water, all I could think about was my lifestraw, sitting at home in my kitchen. I didn't think I'd need more than 2 liters of water and I didn't think I'd come across water anyway. I was wrong on both fronts.

      This story is a perfect reason why everyone should have a life straw, whether it's just the straw, or the water bottle. It's very light weight and can really be a lifesaver for yourself, and everyone in the group. So, I'm never leaving home with out this again.

      Note: LifeStraw is a preferred water filter and purifier for international travel.

      Don't leave home with out it.

      What I have been desiring all along!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This bottle is exactly what I have been looking for my entire outdoors life. Especially ever since I went to Europe and couldn't use my Nalgene bottle in some areas. Only way to use it was when we bought 5 gallon plastic jugs of water or to use water treatment tablets.

      Now that I have it and my initial excitement has worn off, lets go through some early pros and cons observations.


      - Super easy to use. (Fill it, prime, drink, and then clear the filter when done.)

      - Durable, BPA free plastic

      - Bite valve seems like it will last and prevent leaks

      - Includes carabiner in case your pack is maxed.

      - Easier to suck through than personal life straw.

      - You can fill and go. No fumbling around at source.


      - Only comes in one size. Not as large as other bottles.

      - Still plastic that will never leave the earth.

      - Manual warns you not to drop it at all as it can damage filter ( removes liability for them)

      A couple other notes for new users to think about. This bottle isn't collapsible so it will take up more space than the personal lifestraw. On that note though, it is much more practical in a lot of ways. You can lean over and scoop water, rather than almost falling in the water trying to suck from the surface. It also is not an escape from planning ahead. Unless you know for certain there will be water accessible along your trail or adventure, you should always pack clean water in. It makes me a little nervous that people will take water for granted with this bottle and then get stuck somewhere with no water access.

      I will update if I come across any durability issues or filter failures.

      I brought it along on a recent hike and scooped some water from a reservoir that is heavily pooped in by birds and other animals. There were chunks of unknown substance in the water and it had a brown overall color. After drinking it from the bottle, it tasted clean and refreshing. I actually really liked the taste. It also showed clear when I spit it in another bottle.

      What I have been desiring all along!