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Are portable water purifiers really necessary in North America or the UK?

Are portable water purifiers really necessary in North America or the UK?

Posted 12 months ago


Outdoor enthusiasts in the United States and United Kingdom often seek adventure in the wilderness, whether it’s hiking, camping, or backpacking. While these activities can be invigorating, they also present potential risks, such as exposure to waterborne viruses. Waterborne viruses are a significant concern for outdoor enthusiasts, as contaminated water…

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Why You Need A Water Purifier On Your Next Hiking Trip

Why You Need A Water Purifier On Your Next Hiking Trip

Posted 12 months ago


Hiking is a thrilling activity that lets you explore nature and immerse yourself in the beauty of the outdoors. However, while you're out there, it's essential you have access to clean drinking water. That's why one of the most important bits of gear you should be carrying on your next…

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Hiking Water Purifier FAQs: A beginners guide

Hiking Water Purifier FAQs: A beginners guide

Posted 1 year ago


You don't need to be an avid hiker or backpacker, to know that access to clean drinking water is crucial for your health and safety. However, drinking enough water to stay hydrated is even more necessary when out on a strenuous hike. But take care, as drinking untreated water from…

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Reviews are in – LifeSaver® Wayfarer™ the safest hiking water purifier

Reviews are in – LifeSaver® Wayfarer™ the safest hiking water purifier

Posted 1 year ago


"LifeSaver launch new compact water purifier to help wayfarers go further" LifeSaver champions safety standards for hiking water purifiers with an innovative product launch  We are set to launch our smallest, lightest and most compact water purifier yet, the LifeSaver Wayfarer™. Available for pre-order now,  this pocket-sized, hiking-focused product targets…

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British Waterways at Crisis Point

British Waterways at Crisis Point

Posted 1 year ago


There is a prevailing attitude among outdoor enthusiasts in the UK and North America that viruses are not something to worry about in domestic rivers and lakes. While this may be generally true, there are regularly cases of hikers or campers falling very ill after wild swimming in (or consuming)…

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Embrace Out of Season Camping This Winter

Embrace Out of Season Camping This Winter

Posted 2 years ago


This summer, both camping and campervan holidays surged in popularity, with bookings up an astonishing 500%. If you missed out on your yearly camping trip because of the lack of available pitches, have you considered camping during the colder months? Fewer crowds mean it’s a great way to cut the…

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