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Thursday, May 5, 2011
We have been asked a lot lately what the difference from the standard and advanced water filter bottles are, so we are going to give a brief explanation.

Seychelle standard water filter bottles will reduce 99.99% of bacteria and viruses and a wide range of other contaminants such as chlorine, Sediment and dirt; Biologicals like Giardia, Cryptosporidium, E-Coli Bacteria; Chemicals (VOC'S) , MTBE, Benzene, Chloroforms (THM'S); and Dissolved Solids (Heavy metals) such as Arsenic, Lead, Mercury, Copper, Zinc, Aluminum and Chromium 6. . They use a BIOSAFE media that is EPA, FDA and NSF approved and is non toxic and non leaching.

The Advanced water filter bottles have the same filtering media as the standard water filter bottles with the addition of a EPA iodinated  resin that has a been proven to remove up to six logs (99.9999%) of bacteria and viruses.

The seychelle water filter bottles are a great portable water filter for everyday use. We use them when we go places that have chlorinated water so we can filter our own water instead of buying expensive bottled water.

 I also go kayaking a lot in the summer and they work great for that also, as you don’t have to carry a big jug of water with you, all you need is your Seychelle water filter bottle, just fill it up with the river water and you have clean bacteria free water.

I don’t go camping much but I do have family and friends that do and they usually camp by a river or lake and they also use the seychelle water filter bottles and drinking water straws they can go down to the lake or river and know they are drinking clean water with their water filter bottles.

So whether you use them for camping, biking, hiking, kayaking or everyday use they are a great filter to have on hand and will save you $ from buying bottled water and also help keep our environment clean by keeping all those water bottles out of the landfills. Or maybe you just would like to have a few around just in case an emergency comes along.





by: Chris Tracey

1 Comments:

Blogger Richard C. Lambert said...

I also go kayaking a lot in the summer and they work great for that also, as you don’t have to carry a big jug of water with you, all you need is your Seychelle water filter bottle, just fill it up with the river water and you have clean bacteria free water. read more

February 23, 2016 at 2:00 AM  

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