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Frontier Pro Filter Aquamira

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Weight57 g

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Frontier Pro Filter Aquamira
3.5 out of 5 based on 2 user reviews.


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Review by omegaburn on Aug. 09, 2011
Works very well. Great size and features. Filter comes with a flexi-heavyduty straw, and adapter for water blader connection. The bladder adapter works great on my military camelbak! Filter also works as a gravity filter and can be attached to a standard bottle screw top. A water heater output spicket adapter is also available for urban settings.
only filters 50 gallons of water before a new filter must be purchased.
for what it is, an emergency filter, it works great, especially for the price i paid of 13$.


Cred: 8
Review by hikefarm on Mar. 22, 2011
Fast drinking water, fits in your pocket, has a good cover for your clean water end, skrews on to the top of a Coca-cola bottle!
Impractical for long term use, becomes imposible to suck water through after about a week, a wast of money if you ask me! And if you dont belive me I have you know I have used at least 8 diffrent types of filters on a thru-hike of the Appalachian trail and found this one to be the most useless.
I would recommend the use of the MSR hyperflow if your weight conserned. Or if your more interested in longjevity a bottle of aqua-meira & a Steri-pen is what I use today!
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