|Product Name||Aquastar Plus U.V. Water Purification System|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B000X2FR6M|
|Price New||69.95 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Long Description||"The new AquaStar Plus water purifier is a UV-C portable spectracidal treatment solution appropriate for use in all climates and settings. Offering an improved timing circuit, better weather sealing, added shock protection, and a built-in camping lantern function, but still adding only about 3 ounces of weight (with batteries) to a standard water bottle, this year's model is still the best product available in its class for the ultralight enthusiast, survival kit, or outback explorer. The unit may now be safely carried outside of its bottle and incorporates one of the brightest Nichia CS grade 5mm LEDs for use as a flashlight or table lantern. Campers, hikers, emergency crews, and families who depend on having clean water, depend on Aquastar. Using a pair of international standard CR-123 batteries, the AquaStar can safely and quickly treat a liter of water in 80 seconds. Lightweight, rugged and simple to operate, everyone should have an AquaStar Plus packed in their survival kit."|
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