FILL2PURE EXTREME STAINLESS STEEL BOTTLE
  • FILL2PURE EXTREME STAINLESS STEEL BOTTLE
  • The Fill2Pure Extreme (Advanced Radiological) Filter inside each bottle delivers pure, filtered water

Fill2pure Stainless Steel Extreme Filtered Water Bottle (725ML) : Fill2Pure


Fill2Pure
RRP: $59.95
$54.93
$54.93
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    Safe and healthy choice for your whole family

    Now you can enjoy great-tasting, safe, clean water on the go, with this stylish stainless steel water filter bottle – the first of its kind in the world.

    The Fill2Pure Extreme (Advanced Radiological) Filter inside each bottle delivers pure, filtered water up to 99.99% free from impurities, viruses and diseases and other contaminants.

    Made from 18/18 304 Food Grade Stainless Steel and 100% non-toxic, food grade and BPA-free materials, these bottles are a safe and healthy choice for your whole family.

    The bottle size is 26.5cm high and 6.5cm wide at the base.

    The Extreme Filter is the perfect companion for travelling to 3rd World Countries and other areas where radioactive material may interact with the groundwater.

    There is no need to count the litres, our filters will not expire, but the flow will go slower and slower when it is time to change the filter. Anything that comes through is safe. We remove the same amount of contaminants at the end of the filter life as we do at the beginning.

    Please note: Using the Extreme Advanced Radiological Filter with a stainless steel filter has a reduced flow (approximately 15% more difficult than a Regular Filter). You will need to suck slightly harder to saturate the filter initially also. This filter in the Stainless steel bottle is not advised for children under the age of 8 years old or those who may be unable to drink through a straw.

    For Replacement Filters for the Extreme Bottle click here.

    Removes up to 99.99% of:

    • Chlorine
    • DDT
    • MTBE
    • Lead
    • Mercury
    • Copper
    • Chromium 6

    Also removes up to 99.99% of Radiological Contaminants:

    • Cesium 137
    • Uranium
    • Plutonium
    • Radium 226
    • Radon
    • Radioactive Iodine

    Removes up to 99.99% of:

    • Bacteria
    • Virus

    Removes up to 99.99% of:

    • Giardia
    • Cryptosproidum

    Removes 90% of Fluoride.

    IMPORTANT NOTE : Please note this bottle is leak proof but not spill proof. The bottles should not be left on its side or in a bag where they can tip or be squashed.

    Size in Litres:
    725 ML
    Primary Material:
    Stainless Steel
    Weight Kg:
    0.27 kg
    Length:
    26.5 cm
    Width:
    6.5 cm at base / wider in the middle

    Q: How do I fill or use my stainless steel bottle?

    A: You simply remove the bottle lid/cap and fill the bottle with water. The bottle is designed to filter as you drink. If your bottle has a filter on a straw/stem (stainless steel or 800ml fliptop) you hold the bottle at a 45 degree angle and suck the water up through the mouthpiece. Think of it as similar to drinking through a straw. Don't tip the bottle up, instead you have the base of the bottle pointing roughly towards the ground. This is because the water must be drawn up through the straw.

    Q: Why can't I get water out of my stainless steel bottle?

    A: If it is a new bottle, make sure you are not tipping the bottle upwards towards the sky as then water cannot flow up through the bottom of the filter. Water must be sucked up through the mouthpiece. If you have had a bottle for some time and the flow starts getting slower and becomes clogged, then it is time to replace the filter.

    Q: What type of stainless steel are the bottles made from?

    A: The stainless steel used in our bottles is 18/18, #304 Food Grade stainless steel.

    Q: How do I know it is time to get a new filter?

    A: A general guideline is approximately one year of use. Once the filter becomes clogged enough that it is becoming difficult to use it is time to change the filter. The filters do not expire, and any water that passes through the filter is pure and filtered, but eventually they will clog up. Depending on the quality of the water you use that could be slightly less than 400 litres or as much as 1500 litres.