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There was a problem with the Voyager which was a purfier too. It is still a good filter, you just replace the filter pack with a Hiker unit and then you have to purify it seperately. The original had teh iodine in the filter unit and when it went through the charcol, the iodine was pulled before it killed the remaining bacteria and viruses.teva wrote:I bought a PUR about three years ago. Basically, just went into REI and said give me the best.
Then a year or two ago I think it was recalled. Guess I should of responded to that friggin recall. Now I have a one pound six point eight ounce toy
Tell ya what, Teva :P .....I'm gonna wear my HAZ tee shirt when I visit REI and if they immediately form a protective perimeter around the kayaks I'll know they remember youteva wrote: My favorite is to jump in one (kayak) and yell Yahoo! The over hyper employees all the sudden turn cold on ya
Aqua Mira was not at REI when I looked for it, but it can be found at Popular stores. What it is is chlorine dioxide and an activator. When the two chemicals are mixed together they release oxygen, which kills microorganisms. There are good reviews of Pristine (an identical product marketed in Canada), found at Backpack Gear Testmike t wrote:I'm also recently in the market for a filter. I've not heard of or seen Agua Mira. Any details please? Is it carried somewhere in the valley? I always like to see/touch stuff (especially clothes) first, even if I end up buying catalog. Thanks.
Oh, Yeah.....I could paint the Jeep pink and it'd really be cute....and of course, I'd wear my pink HAZ shirt :!: :roll:Paintninaz wrote:
have you thought about a "cute jeep tours" business?
Note to self.....Do NOT go on extended hike with Randy :!:Randy wrote: Shucks, I think you're both cute now. After a few weeks on the trail you'd be downright irresistable....