Access purified water at the campsite on demand with the LifeSaver Cube
Your Camp Chore Companion
Last summer, campsites were fully booked throughout the UK as restrictions on foreign travel inspired many to opt for a stay under canvas. With restrictions on foreign travel still in place, it’s likely that many of us will be planning a staycation again this year and the LifeSaver Cube is the perfect companion to help you stay clean and hygienic on the campsite. According to the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, campsites could reopen from 12th April2 and many of us are already busy planning our summer adventures including the gear we’ll need to enjoy them. Offering market leading filtration, the Cube has the ability to remove a minimum of 99.99% of bacteria, cysts and, most importantly, dangerous viruses from any water, ensuring you’ll always have access to clean, virus-free water on demand for drinking, cooking, washing and tooth-brushing.
Originally developed in conjunction with Oxfam, the high-capacity LifeSaver Cube is lightweight (1.2kg), yet more than durable enough to withstanding the rigours of life outdoors. It can store 5 litres of water which is pumped through the integrated ultra-filtration membrane to remove any contaminants. There’s no need for additional chemicals or a power supply, and the filter treats an incredible 5,000 litres of water before it needs replacing. The integrated tap makes it easy to adjust the amount of treated water being released from the Cube, and its fast flow-rate of 1.25 litres per minute means there’s no waiting around.
The Cube’s square shape packs neatly into a car and its large handle ensures it is easy to carry around camp, even when full. Performance is enhanced by an Activated Carbon Filter that removes any remaining tastes or smells from the treated water before you use it. For ultimate peace of mind, the filter also features LifeSaver’s FailSafe technology so it won’t let untreated water through the filter. This eliminates any guess work and the risk of accidentally drinking unclean water.
With camping in such high demand, many British farmers across the UK set up new, pop-up campsites with basic facilities last summer and it’s likely that many of these could make a return this year. Even some established campsites are unserviced, meaning campers need to have their own way of accessing purified water during their stay. The LifeSaver Cube offers an environmentally friendly way to access safe drinking water on the campsite and whether you’re a seasoned camper or someone looking to experience their first camping holiday, it’s sure to become an essential in your campsite set-up.
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