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SteriPEN Journey Water Purifier

SteriPEN Journey Water Purifier

  • Includes Black Neoprene Case and 2 non-rechargeable CR123 batteries
  • LCD screen displays the user’s dose selection (1/2 liter or 1 liter), battery status and countdown timer
  • Extra long lamp life lasts 8,000 cycles
  • Features Purification timer progress
  • Chemical-free water filter that takes the guesswork out of water purification
  • Displays dose selection (1/2 or 1 liter), battery status, and life limit
  • Measures 7.3 by 3.3 by 1.6 inches (W x H x D); weighs 4.5 ounces
  • Universal symbols on integrated LCD screen tell you when water is safe
  • Works for up to 8,000 cycles; takes only 48 seconds to purify 16 ounces

The revolutionary SteriPEN JourneyLCD uses universal symbols to take the guesswork out of the water purification process. Journey’s integrated LCD screen displays the user’s dose selection (1/2 liter or 1 liter), battery status and countdown timer. The LCD screen also tracks the number of uses and signals when lamp usage approaches its life limit. At 8,000 cycles, lamp life for SteriPEN JourneyLCD reaches a new high (purify 1 liter 3 times a day for nearly 7 years!). Like all SteriPENs, the Journey is Fast (48 seconds for 0.5 L (16 oz.)), Light (128g /4.5 oz.), Effective, and even easier with it’s innovative LCD screen. The Journey mates with the SteriPEN pre-filter and is sized between our Adventurer and Classic. The Journey retail pack ships with a black neoprene case and two non-rechargeable (disposable) CR123 batteries.The SteriPen Journey LCD chemical-free water purifier uses ultraviolet light to destroy waterborne microbes, making it the fastest route to pure, safe drinking

List Price: $ 99.95

Price: $ 78.59

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3 Comments/Reviews

  • Maicon Freitas says:

    Well, I cant decide which to buy between the Katadyn Combi/Steripen or the lifesaver bottle. I was originally going to buy the lifesaver bottle but than I realized there are a bunch of filters that end up having to be changed (the carbon insert has to be changed every 250 liters), I dont know how I would keep track of how many liters I have put through it to know when to change those carbon inserts). The Katadyn Combi only has to be cleaned and than it is ready for action again. But that only takes out the bacteria so that is why I want to get the steripen so I can do a second step with the steripen to get rid of the viruses. But that is two steps, which brings me back to the lifesaver bottle because it is just one step to get the water ready to drink. Aahhhh, I need advice.

  • Balla says:

    Just bought a new Fiskars hatchet and a Steripen for backpacking this summer through Amazon.com with their Free Super Saver Shipping program.

    Has anyone had any experience with this type of shipping?

  • Teresa Tanner says:

    I’m going camping and i don’t want to waste my time boiling water and stuff. I saw something called a steripen that uses UV light to kill bacteria and viruses but it’s over $100. Will this UV light be strong enough? it seems that if i point it at the bottle and wait for as long as the steripen takes it should do the same thing but i’m not sure. http://cgi.ebay.com/Super-BRIGHT-3-UV-LED-Flashlight-Keychain-Black-Light_W0QQitemZ330230738810QQihZ014QQcategoryZ16037QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
    why can’t you trust UV lights?

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