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Survivor Electric Water Filter

Review Last Updated: March 25, 2020
Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine
Product Features
  • Produces 0.5 liters (17oz) of water per minute
  • 3 stage filtration system
  • Runs on AA batteries or can be connected to USB charger
  • Comes with backwashing syringe system
  • Removes bacteria, protozoa, and viruses

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Survivor Electric Water Filter.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Fast flow-rate is convenient in survival situations
  • 3 stage filtration system
  • Comes with backwashing syringe system
  • Removes bacteria, protozoa, and viruses
  • Long filter life
  • Easy to use

Cons

  • Does require batteries or USB charge, which could be unreliable in the outdoors
  • Quite large to fit into a survival backpack
  • Not budget-friendly

Survivor Electric Water Filter Product Review

The Survivor Electric Water Filter has an incredibly fast flow-rate compared to other filters on the market. It produces about 0.5 liters per minute, and with a 0.01 rating, its speed is undoubtedly impressive.

This electric handheld filter is also super easy to use. It runs on AA batteries and can plug into a variety of USB sources. With the press of a button, the filter will start to remove bacteria, protozoa, and viruses from the water to make it safe for drinking.

It has a long filter life, able to provide up to 12000oz of clean water in poor conditions, and 15000 in ideal conditions.

Although the PRO X only weighs around 10z, it is quite large in size, and may be inconvenient if you are going solo in a survival situation. You’ll have to consider whether it is worth sacrificing some space in your survival backpack to make room for this filter.

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