MUV Adaptable Water Filter Gives You Clean Drinking Water During Outdoor Activities

Using one or more MUV adaptable water filters, you can always get clean and safe drinking water during various different outdoor activities. Need the feature? Let’s keep checking.

MUV Adaptable Water Filters

Th MUV is an advanced and practical water filter series that contains three different modules including MUV1, MUV2 and MUV3. Each of the modules show off a compact, cylindrical appearance, and using included water bottle, you can easily install one or more MUV water filters and use them to filter water. Meanwhile, the water filters are adaptable, so you can customize a filtered water bottle based on different activities like camping, hiking, backpacking, cycling and more.

MUV Adaptable Water Filters

The MUV1 is MUV’s most basic module that contains activated carbon to remove chemicals, heavy metals, discoloration of water, and negative taste. The module is able to filter up to 150 gallons. The MUV2 features built-in hollow fiber membrane that can be used to remove bacteria and protozoa, and it can filter up to 100,000 gallons. The MUV3 features a strong positive electrostatic charge when wet, so it’s capable of removing viruses, bacteria, protozoa, heavy metals, chemicals, and negative taste. The module can filter up to 90 gallons.

Using their adaptable feature, MUV can be customized for virtually any lifestyle or activity, and its compact design and optional accessories offer multiple methods to use your MUV like using it in a water bottle, as a straw, with a pump, in-line with a hydration bladder and more.

MUV Adaptable Water Filters

The crowdfunding campaign for MUV is on going on Kickstarter. Pledging $18 or more lets you preorder one or more MUV water filters. All the modules will be shipped in December this year if the campaign reaches the funding goal.

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