LifeStraw® personal water filter
The award-winning LifeStraw® personal water filter can travel with you anywhere. Weighing just 2 ounces and only 9 inches long, LifeStraw® is ideal for hiking, backpacking, camping, travel, and emergency preparedness. The straw-style filter design lets you turn up to 1,000 liters of contaminated water into safe drinking water, filtering out protozoa and bacteria.
How LifeStraw® works
LifeStraw® personal uses advanced hollow fiber technology. This highly efficient method of filtration requires no chemicals.
How to use your LifeStraw® filter
Simply place one end of the LifeStraw® tube into unfiltered water (a water bottle, river, or even a puddle) and suck clean water through the top of the straw. Follow the instructions provided for your first use.
Tried and tested in the harshest conditions
Award-winning LifeStraw® technology was originally introduced in 2005 as an emergency response tool to filter water often contaminated following natural disasters. Today, LifeStraw® is used in water filtration products around the world.
Highly rated by real users
LifeStraw® has been honored with a 5 star average rating by reviewers. Here are just a few of their comments.
Great item. Can carry in backpack hiking. Run out of water, no problem, Life Straw to the rescue!Scott C.
Tried the straw out on a trip to the Appalachians and it worked great! No aftertaste and couldn't sense any particles from the stream water!Susan A.
I purchased LifeStraws for every member of my family to have at our camp. It is a great and easy way to have good drinking water out in the wild. I also gave two to my sister for her and her son.Rose D.
LifeStraw® Follow the Liters
For each LifeStraw® product you buy, one school child in a developing country will be provided with safe drinking water for an entire school year. Visit LifeStraw® Follow the Liters where you can see the impact of consumer contributions. There, you can follow the program’s progress by viewing the most up-to-date measurable data on program achievements and hear stories from children who have been positively impacted.