LifeStraw®, a global leader in developing innovative filtration and purification products for safe drinking water, introduces the LifeStraw Home water pitcher to the UK.
The seven-cup borosilicate glass water pitcher efficiently filters your tap water whilst looking sleek and stylish. A two-stage filtration system concealed within a white insert provides you with next-level filtration performance and fresh, clean tasting water. The first stage membrane microfilter removes bacteria, parasites and microplastics and last 1,000 litres. The second stage, an activated carbon and ion-exchange filter, reduces chlorine, heavy metals such as lead and mercury, pesticides and PFAS as well as unpleasant odors for two months/150 litres; removing the unfavorable elements but allowing vital minerals such as magnesium, potassium, carbon and sodium to pass through.
The LifeStraw Home pitcher filters 1,650 ml of water in approximately 12 minutes, comfortably fits in most fridge doors and is easy to pour one-handed. You no longer have to hide your filter in the fridge – the pitcher looks good enough for your table during a dinner party.
Each purchase has an impact. The LifeStraw Home and all replacement parts give back: one product, one school child, one year of clean water.
RRP: £54.99, Lakeland
Size: 285 mm x 163 mm
Weight: 1100 grams empty
LifeStraw focuses on innovation of technology that converts microbiologically contaminated water into safe drinking water with products that are designed to fit the needs of the people that use them. It’s manufactured by Vestergaard, a family owned global health company dedicated to improving the health and quality of life for people, many of whom live in developing countries. The first LifeStraw water filter was introduced in 2005 for public health use in developing countries, and the technology has been tested in some of the harshest environments since then. Today LifeStraw includes filters and purifiers for households, clinics, schools, and for outdoor recreation, travel and everyday hydration. For more information visit www.lifestraw.com.