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    Keep it clean.

    All the gear and plans in the world are no good if your water supply is contaminated. Keep your water clean and drinkable with the CamelBak All Clear Microbiological UV Water Purifier. Capable of treating nearly a liter of water at a time, the All Clear runs an 60-second cycle time during which ultraviolet light inactivates viruses, bacteria, and cysts. An intuitive LED display keeps you informed as to when you're OK to hydrate. The included set of CR123 batteries will treat 0.7 liters of water, keeping you hydrated for the duration of even multi-day expeditions.

    • Item #CAM0500

    Tech Specs

    Purifying Element
    UV lamp
    Total Treatable Volume
    0.7 L
    Purification Time
    60 sec
    Recommended Use
    water purification
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    A simple and safe solution.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    With an upcoming trip to Mexico and a summer and fall full of camping trips I picked up two of these. One for wife and one for me. Having used steripens in the past i love the simplicity of the all in one system. Fill it up ,screw the lid on, power it up, and rotate the bottle for 60 seconds, avoiding sickness is as easy as that! I will be picking up a Pre-Filter for camping to avoid anything chunky.

    Sixty second water!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Haven't tried my purifier out in the field yet but did try it out with a .75L of good old Phoenix city tap water.Which I might add contains a fair share of contaminates for city drinking water.Which is why I just drink bottled water. A CamelBak Pre-Filter is an absolute must with this purifier when you're out in the field,to filter out the biggest chunks.

    Perfect for travel!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This purifier is a life saver. I purchased it before a 2 month trip to India and Nepal where I did not want to think about getting sick from the water and it was perfect! I could fill my bottle up in the sink and have it drinkable in 1 minute, no worries. You do have to flip the bottle around the entire time its being purified and be sure to wipe the threads of the bottle before drinking or putting the lid on, but you get used to it pretty quick.

    Its great because it fits on nalgene lids perfectly too, although I ran it 2 cycles when using it on a nalgene since there is more water to purify than the bottle it comes with.

    The one issue I had with UV top is that even when it is in the little black case provided, sometime the power button gets pressed or bumped, especially if in a backpack, and then the display turns on, thus draining your battery quicker and you never notice. This was particularly annoying when backpacking 12 days in the Himalayas with unpredictable charging opportunities and storing it in a tight backpack. Even with this issue though, I never had it die on me, just make me a little nervous about it dying!

    I would not travel to an area like this without this purifier though! Very easy and convenient to use!

    Super handy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Love this bottle! When you're in those country's where the water is questionable to us privileged Americans, this thing does the trick. I took my family of 5 to central america for a couple of weeks. Two bottles carried us comfortably the entire trip. We'd run the UV on a bottle and sometimes pour it into another bottle so that we had reserve, but for the most part just used the two bottles. It only takes 60 seconds to run a cycle, so it's anything but intrusive.

    All Clear for Take Off

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Great purifier. Easy to use. Compact. Relatively lightweight. You are most likely taking a water bottle anyways so just take this one with the purifier. The price is a little high, but for ease of use this thing can't be beat. I was a little skeptical of the UV filter, but I haven't gotten sick yet, so it must work. Just let it do it's magic and trust it. Mine sat for months and the battery still held a charge. I would recommend the Pre-Filter to go along with it to remove particles.

    All Clear for Take Off

    Good to go

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This little thing is sweet. unless you like violent bouts of diarrhea while camping or traveling in underdeveloped countries. this thing is so easy to use just push the button and shake for one minute and you have pure water. It can't remove dirt or silt but at least you won't get giardia.

    Saved me a few times

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    When in the developing world, where borders are often closed by diseases like typhoid and cholera, there is little option but to purify all drinks. The Camelbak design is one of the few to integrate the whole thing, and to protect the UV bulb well. Just be sure to remove a few seconds early and nail the threads. All you really need is some creativity when you whip the all clear out in a restaurant :) . Charge lasts a good 2-3 weeks, which is generally the longest you'll be without some sort of USB charging.

    Yep, it rocks

      Well, this thing has served me well since I got it in December. I've been in places that are renowned for their disgusting water since then, including Kashmir, Delhi, Kathmandu, and a few cities in China, and not once have I gotten sick. Plus I have the added bonus of using it in public, at which point people say, "Wow, what is that?" and "Does it really work?" and "Whoa Mitch, thanks to this Camelbak product, you are so much cooler and up to date than us". Well, not that last bit as often.

      The point is, the battery lasts ages, the thing actually WORKS, the light is pretty when you stare at it, and it's easy to carry, which helps when you have a lot of miles under your belt and many more yet to go. It's so good that I'm writing my first Backcountry review in honor of it.

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      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I love having inline purification. I can pump water straight into my bottle and flip a switch without having to wait and stir a pen around. (I cary the pen though just in case this one goes out) I was hesitant at first, mainly due to how much of a beating my water bottles go through but the manufacturer provides a LIFETIME warranty at no extra cost. With my experience the battery life in this is longer than that of Steri-Pen. This bottle is one of the best UV purification tools on the market.

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      All Clear, All Good!

        I took this on a trip to Mexico, and this UV Water Purifier worked like a champ! This will be accompanying me on all trips where water sources are in question. I highly suggest getting on. Well worth the money. One charge of the batteries lasts for 20 gallons or so.

        All Clear Microbiological UV Water Purifier

        How to use the CamelBak All Clear Microbiological UV Water Purifier. 60 seconds to purified water. Anywhere. Effectively reduces bacteria 99.9999%, virus 99.99%, protozoa 99.9% to EPA Standards. Just fill, turn on, agitate and drink.

        How long does one charge of the battery last? In terms of days and/or number of uses?

        Does the lid fit onto a wide-mouth Nalgene bottle? If so, would it work to purify 1 full liter if you gave it, say, 90 seconds instead of the 60 seconds needed for .7L?

        Any issues getting through TSA or check-in...

        Any issues getting through TSA or check-in security with it? I'm traveling to Nicaragua in November for work and at $100, I don't want it taken by security.

        Would this be a good purifier to take to...

        Would this be a good purifier to take to Cabo San Lucas, MX?

        I was interested in buying this bottle but...

        I was interested in buying this bottle but was turned off by the need for the CR123 batteries. I have made the switch to rechargeable batteries and have a good setup for AA and AAA. Last thing I need is another battery type, especially one so expensive and not readily available. Camelback take note! I'll make the leap once you get away from needing 6 volts to run the UV light and can use rechargeable AA or AAA. Hey 3 AAA are 4.5 volts and almost the same size as 2 CR123s.

        Best Answer

        I could have made it review but since I haven't purchased it, my comments wouldn't really qualify for that category and I would have been required to rate it with a number of stars. Then again, your answer isn't really an answer, but a comment with a question mark at the end. In any case, my intended comment is for the good people of Camelback and, while I own many of their products, I felt this particular one had a significant flaw.

        You actually charge All Clear through its USB port. It can be charged by virtually any (100-240V) USB compatible power source (laptops, wall and car chargers and solar chargers), which are all readily available to most people. You don't remove the batteries in order to charge them through a secondary device, in fact you never interact with them. Attempting to remove them will void the Lifetime Warranty too. The batteries are completely integrated into the cap. The batteries deliver 80+ cycles on a full charge (from a use perspective that's 3 bottles a day for 26 days).

        @ Dusty. Ok, I just watched the video you posted and it looks good. My issue is that, as a fly fisherman, some of the water in locations I fish run the risk of contaminated run off. So, even though this kills any living contaminants, it really doesn't remove harmful pesticides, herbicides, and other chemicals I don't want to drink. Even the pre-filter isn't rated for those contaminants. Still a good design. I have one of Camelback LED lids on my wide mouth Nalgene. Makes a good "ambience" tent light for those times my girlfriend isn't too tired. :)

        what's the lifespan for the UV light?

        what's the lifespan for the UV light?