Practical test of the Grayl Ultralight outdoor and travel water filter
We found a great blog (only in german language). Here's a hands-on test of the new Grayl Ultralight outdoor & travel filter. Nina Schliesser from "Climb Love Travel" kindly provided him with us. The blog is also recommended for those who like climbing or prefer to travel off the beaten path. Thank you!
How the Grayl has cut off, you can read here in the review.
The Grayl Ultralight outdoor and travel water filter is ideal for travel, mountain, wilderness or outback tours. In addition, it can also be used if the water supplier once again has problems with microbial contamination or other burdens. The Grayl offers superior filtration performance compared to pure membrane filters and is also a true alternative to filters such as Katadyn, Miniwell and others for ease of use. You can then do without the annoying decoction of drinking water. Information on the performance of the Grayl can be found here in our shop.
The "Grayl" is a great Christmas present for all outdoor and travel fans, or for those who want a quick fix for clean and safe drinking water. Of course you will find the Grayl in our shop.
Update / Novelty
Now he is finally here! The new Grayl GeoPress has been improved in some detail and comes in new, great colors to you.
Now available from us, he is the legitimate successor to the proven and successful in practice for years Grayl Ultralight. When ordering replacement filters, please make sure that you choose the right model, because the new replacement filter unit has been made more powerful and is therefore not compatible with the Grayl Ultralight. The same spectrum of pollutants is filtered as in the previous model, but the capacity is now up to 250 liters of water.
This reduces the follow-up costs by more than 80%!
Further information about the new features can be found in the product descriptions in the shop.