Solo Disaster Preparedness Pack
£194.99 + VAT & Shipping
In the event of a disaster it is recognised by agencies that the main priorities are air, water and shelter.
Be prepared, be reassured!
The Solo Disaster Preparedness Pack provides you with the peace of mind should the worst happen. This pack is preserved and sealed in Military Grade Foil packaging allowing it to be stored safely with a shelf-life of up to 10 years. You then get a further 5 years usage once opened. That’s 15 years in total. Keep it in your basement, bunker, car or even your panic room, secure in the knowledge that you will always have the ability to provide you with safe drinking water.
When you need it, this pack will provide up to 6,000 litres of safe, sterile drinking water; from any source. Black outs, floods and severe weather events will no longer have an effect on your ability to access safe water.
The LIFESAVER bottle is used by Military customers all over the world, with over 30,000 in active service since 2007.
The LIFESAVER bottle is the World’s first and still the only water bottle to remove all bacteria, viruses, cysts, parasites, fungi and all other microbiological waterborne pathogens without the aid of any foul tasting chemicals like iodine or chlorine or any need for power.
The pack also contains other accessories for additional security. The items we have included are 4 Activated Carbon Inserts (which vastly reduce Heavy Metal and Chemical contaminations should you need to) and a maintenance pack, so you know that when you need it, it’s going to work.
LIFESAVER complies with all British, US and European Drinking Water Regulations for Microbiological Reduction as tested and certified by the London school of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
LIFESAVER bottle is fitted with a 6000UF replaceable cartridge. The 6000UF has a service rating of up to 6000 litres of water.
For more details see performance data.
As the LIFESAVER cartridge approaches the end of its life the bottle requires a greater number of pumps to induce water to flow. When the bottle requires a significant number of pumps to induce water to flow this indicates that it is nearing the end of its life. When no more water can be induced to flow despite continuous pumping, the cartridge has expired and it is time to replace it.