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Purewell with carabiner best backpacking water purifier inquire now for hiking

Purewell with carabiner best backpacking water purifier inquire now for hiking

Model:
K8629
Volume:
650 ml
Net Weight:
220g
Flow Rate:
Max 550ml/min
Life Span:
5 years
Filter Accuracy:
0.01 micron (minimum)
Product Size:
Height:230mm * Diameter:70mm (9''*2.8'')
Filter Material:
1. Medical Hollow-fiber UF membrane 2. Coconut shell activated carbon 3. Antibacterial beads 4. Medical PP Cotton
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