The Grayl Geopress does what water purifier does, but will do it faster, better, within the form factor of the ultra-portable bottle. A successor towards the Ultralight purifier bottle, the Geopress constitutes a couple of enhancements around the purification along with the aesthetic front.
The Geopress has the same frosted finish because the Ultralight, making water inside look awesome and refreshing, as the outer body also has a gripping pad that sports a clever topographical texture. The interior chamber from the Geopress packs a brand new and improved filter that may completely purify a complete bottle water inside a staggering 8 seconds (half as quickly as the Ultralight). The filter traps microparticles like dirt, debris, sand, microplastics, chemicals, and high metals eliminates microbodies like infections, bacteria, and protozoan cysts and increases the taste from the water, turning water from the source into perfectly healthy potable water. While using Geopress involves filling the outer chamber with water, and pressing the interior chamber lower onto it using the pressure of the body. Pressure forces water with the filter and in to the inner chamber, which makes it perfectly fit for consumption. Grayl’s purifier units work with as much as 350 presses, purifying 65 gallons before requiring substitute.
The bottle also has a redes igned top which contains a 28mm spout for simple flowing and consuming, in addition to a pressure-release valve that enables air to flee as the purify water. A literal necessity for outside in addition to worldwide travelers, the Geopress is convenient to carry and simple to use, because getting use of healthy consuming water anywhere you go is virtually a simple right!