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Customer Reviews

Does Its Job

1,165 people found this helpful.
 on March 12, 2012
By JNieporte
These do what they’re supposed to do. Before I give a review, I’ll quote the box on a few points.

All good backpackers have these, but as the label states they are for "emergency use"

571 people found this helpful.
 on January 6, 2010
By Balph Eubank
The 5 most common ways backpackers/campers purify water are

Good for emergency use only

146 people found this helpful.
 on October 14, 2009
By Michael A. Duvernois
These are great to have when camping and traveling, but it’s important to have a basic plan for water beyond the iodine tablets. You’re really only supposed to use them in emergencies. If you’re backpacking and need to drink the local water, you should take a filtration system with you or boil the water. This is a good backup to boiling and filtration if you’re short on time, or you have equipment problems. Drinking water purified with iodine also tastes foul which is a big issue in rehydrating foods.

Great time saver

49 people found this helpful.
 on August 6, 2009
By Allan M. Lees
When I hike in the wilderness I always carry an aluminium canteen & mug because then I can scoop up water and boil it to kill any micro-organisms that otherwise would create a party in my intestines. But when you’re on the move you don’t always have time to make a fire and boil water for 10 minutes, then wait for it to cool before drinking. These tablets can be dropped into any water container and voila, ten minutes later you have cool safe water to drink. A must-have anywhere in North America and they weigh practically nothing.
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