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Go Series Stainless Steel Filter Bottle - 18oz

3.8333333333333335 out of 5 stars
6 Reviews
Color:Aegean Sea



LifeStraw Go Series Stainless Steel Filter Bottle

LifeStraw Go Series is the ultimate sidekick for safer, better-tasting water for travel and everyday use. The 18oz stainless steel BPA-free bottle filters out nasties, so you can fill up from airport bathrooms, a tap in Mexico, or a gas station while road-tripping, and the slim design fits in most car cupholders! The advanced 2-stage filter improves taste and protects against bacteria, parasites, microplastics, chlorine, silt, sand, and cloudiness. For every purchase, a child in need receives safe drinking water for a year.  

[bottle] stainless steel, [cap] silicone
Purifying Element
bacteria, parasites, microplastics, sediments
membrane microfilter, carbon element
Pore Size
0.2 micron
Cartridge Life
[membrane microfilter] 4000L (1000gal), [carbon filter] 100L (26gal)
18fl oz
stainless steel bottle, LifeStraw membrane microfilter, activated carbon filter, silicone cap
11 x 3.14in
Claimed Weight
1lb 2.1oz
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 3 years, [carbon filter] 60 days
hike & camp, travel

Overall Rating

4 based on 6 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

November 27, 2023

A great idea, but...

I love the idea of this, it seems like such a win-win. I found the bottle to be pretty heavy once the bottle is full and when the water level is too low, the filter still has water in it so the bottle is still pretty heavy, this makes it undesirable for me to take it traveling unless on a road trip. Also, the capacity is less than you would think. I drink a lot of water throughout the day and found that I have to fill the bottle very often. Once the water level reaches a certain level, it becomes difficult to pull the water through the mouthpiece so it needs to be filled before all the water is consumed. I find it pretty annoying. I probably won't use it very much and have ordered a LifeStraw Pitcher that I can use at home instead.

Toni W.

Originally reviewed on LifeStraw

3 out of 5 stars

November 8, 2023

I bought it for my

I bought it for my special needs daughter. it’s not easy for her to use


Originally reviewed on LifeStraw

3 out of 5 stars

November 5, 2023

Feel like Spongebob Squarepants when he's dehydrated and trying to get a sip of water

The bottle has no easy way of gripping the lid to screw off and it's a little difficult to do so. The suction is pretty tough as well. I feel like I've put additional pressure on all of the roots of my teeth after taking a sip of water. Not a great option if you are deathly thirsty, but it's safe drinking water none the less.

Jaison M.

Originally reviewed on LifeStraw

5 out of 5 stars

October 31, 2023

It looks nice and strong easy to use

Bought this as we are planning around the world trip, including South Africa and Southeast Asia. I have not had an opportunity to utilize it other than just to try it out. Will be in a better position six months from now.

Colleen M.

Originally reviewed on LifeStraw

5 out of 5 stars

October 30, 2023

Water bottle

I love it & usually I can’t stand water bottles. But with having a filter inside it makes it easy to use & water tastes good.

Kay R.

Originally reviewed on LifeStraw

4 out of 5 stars

October 25, 2023

LifeStraw 18 oz

Like the design of the bottle and the "no plastic waste". My wife and I are still trying to get used to sucking so hard on the nipple and the after taste of the filtered water. We were led to believe that there would be no taste's or odors in the filtered water. The "no plastic waste" will keep us using the Lifestraw as we were recycling about 56 bottles a week.

marc s.

Originally reviewed on LifeStraw