Emergency Water Filter “Fix” – Tip Of The Week 45


IntenseAngler’s “Tip Of The Week” (Episode 45) How to use a broken water filter in an “emergency” situation. When in pursuit of our favorite outdoor activities, whether it be long distance hiking, lightweight backpacking, mountaineering, etc., many of them lead us into remote locations. And when in these wild, remote places, one thing is always a necessity… water… and a means of making it safe to drink. Many of the water filters and water purification systems on the market today are incredibly reliable… yet as with all mechanical devices, they can, and do, fail. This video shows how to utilize your mechanical filter in the event of a breakdown or failure.
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