A water bottle with a built-in filter is ideal for survival situations, and an essential part of your emergency preparedness plan. Watch the video for a demonstration of the Sport Berkey filtration bottle.
The Sport Berkey is good for emergencies and every day use
- Add it to your everyday carry bag and you can stop buying bottled water. Just refill it at a water fountain, the tap in the office restroom, or any typical water supply.
- It’s cheaper than buying bottled water. Cost ranges from $20 to $30, but it yields about 600 liters of water before a filter change is needed.
- If you’re bugging out, you can refill the bottle just about anywhere, even a ditch, pond, or stagnant rain barrel. Yeah, it sounds gross, but if you had to do it you’d be glad you had it.
- We have used our batch of six bottles for about a year. They have performed flawlessly, with no defects or failures of any kind.
- We particularly like the fact that they’re made of a soft plastic that is squeezable.
- The Berkey company has a FAQ where you can learn more.
- You need one for everyone in the family. We found a great deal: 3 bottles for $79, and free shipping. And best of all, it’s through Amazon, which has exemplary customer service. Buy the Sport Berkey 3-pack — you won’t regret it!
The Sport Berkey filters just about everything
- Unpleasant taste and odors, cloudiness, silt, sediment and chlorine.
- Toxic chemicals: Trihalomethanes, VOCs, detergents, pesticides, etc.
- Harmful microscopic pathogens: Cryptosporidium, Giardia, E-coli >99.99999% and other pathogenic bacteria.
- Heavy metals: Aluminum, Cadmium, Chromium, Copper, Lead, and Mercury.
- Radiologicals: Radon 222.
- It’s great for travel in countries with tainted water supplies.
- It does not filter fluorine. Fluorine reduction filters are bulky because they require so much media. It would take up most of the room in the bottle and wouldn’t be practical.
This video demonstrates the use of the Sport Berkey bottle
- We drew water from a pond, filtered the water, and drank it right on camera.
- Despite what you think you see, no one suffered any ill effects.