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Lifesaver 4000

In Post-Apocalypse on February 22, 2010 at 3:31 pm

Thanks to PineTree for asking about the Lifesaver 4000. Though I haven’t used it, it does appear to be a more efficient water purifier. Keep in mind that it only has a shelf life of 3 years. Check out the promo video for it. HERE (Skip the self important intro by the CEO)

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  1. At $150, it’s pricier than I would have expected, but it’s probably a ‘get what you pay for’ scenario.
    Unrelated, I unsubscribed from Creekmore’s site today. Way too political over there. Actual survival advice has dwindled in favor of partisan ranting, which frankly, you can find anywhere on the net.

  2. Good idea I don’t like the fact it only has a shelf life of 3 years, where water purification tablets can last for over a decade. Still though a good product for filter larger amounts of water.

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