Ensure you can keep using your...
Ensure you can keep using your LIFESAVER bottle with a replacement 1500UF cartridge. The LIFESAVER 1500UF replacement cartridge will produce another 1,500 litres of clean, safe drinking water.
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When you have reached the filtration limit of your existing cartridge, the bottle will stop working. This is called FAILSAFE technology and will ensure you never drink contaminated water. Your cartridge will need replacing with a new one. Assemble and fit in minutes, the LIFESAVER 1500UF cartridge ensures you can continue filtering water.
The LIFESAVER technology is the world's first and only portable water filter to filter out all waterborne viruses, bacteria, cysts, parasites, fungi and all other microbiological waterborne pathogens. LIFESAVER technology does this without the aid of any foul tasting chemicals like iodine or chlorine or the need for any power, UV light or mechanically advanced disinfection.
Smallest pore size
The LIFESAVER 1500UF cartridge filters down to 15 nanometers / 0.015microns in size which means that the pore size of the cartridge is small enough to block even the smallest known waterborne virus; parvovirus at 18 nanometers / 0.018 microns in size and the smallest known bacteria at 400 nanometers / 0.4 microns in size.
Why buy a replacement 1500UF bottle cartridge?
FAILSAFE technology - means you can not drink contaminated water, instead replace the bottle's redundant cartridge with a new 1500UF cartridge
Produce another 1,500 litres of your own safe, clean drinking water
Will provide an individual with clean water for another 3 years and 7 months
Costs less than 3 pence per litre of clean water
Perfect for travelling or living abroad when an additional cartridge can give you security of clean water, wherever you are
LIFESAVER complies with International Drinking Water Regulations
LIFESAVER systems ltd complies with all British, US and European drinking water regulations for microbiological reduction as tested and certified by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.