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Katadyn Hiker Pro Transparent Water Microfilter

$84.95

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    Easy and reliable.

    A quick stop at a river or stream with the pump-action Katadyn Hiker Pro Water Microfilter lets you continue on your long trek with hydration packs and water bottles full of clean, clear drinking water. Carrying gallons of water isn't necessary when you have reliable water sources and are carrying this durable 11-ounce water microfilter in your backpack. Since it connects directly to your hydration pack and water bottles, you spend more time on the trail and less time fiddling with your water supply.
    • A portable water filter for long hikes and overnighters
    • Durable plastic material can handle wear and tear
    • Lightweight construction weighs only 11 ounces
    • Output of one quart per minute
    • Physically removes protozoa and bacteria
    • Activated carbon absorbs chemicals to improve water taste
    • Ergonomic handle is easy and efficient to pump
    • Item #EXT000H

    Tech Specs

    Material
    ABS plastic
    Purifying Element
    filter
    Eliminates
    protozoa & bacteria
    Filter
    pump
    Includes
    carry sack, bottle adapter
    Dimensions
    3in x 6in x 2in
    Claimed Weight
    11oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, hiking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Clarity is good

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Used the Pro hundreds of times without issue. Really love these Katadyn filters and now especially like the fact that you can see what's going on with the filter. Even though I do try to pull the filter after each outing to dry, I like the aspect of seeing the potential of needing to clean or replace the filter while in the field.