I was given the opportunity to check out the LifeStraw® Go. I was interested in the product for two reasons.
You can take this water bottle on adventures and you don’t have to worry about if you run out of bottled water because LifeStraw® Go can filter water from a stream or river to become safe for drinking.
The second reason I was interested in this product was because of its give back concept for each filter purchased.
‘Follow the Liters’ Program:
- LifeStraw®’s ’Follow the Liters’ cause marketing campaign harnesses the collaborative power of individuals to help solve one of the world’s most pressing issues – lack of access to safe drinking water for people in developing countries.
- Under the ’Follow the Liters’ campaign, when a consumer purchases any LifeStraw® water filter, a portion of the funds are used to provide one school child in Africa with safe drinking water for an entire school year.
The filtration process is extremely simple.
Unscrew the top and take the filter out.
Fill up the water bottle with water.
Screw the top back on and let your kid test the water first.
Why would I let my son test it first???
Here is why
- LifeStraw® Go converts microbiologically contaminated water into safe drinking water, removing 99.9999%
After each drinking session, unscrew lid and blow through the LifeStraw® to expel dirty water. This water bottle can filter up to 1,000 liters!
The LifeStraw® Go Retails for $34.95
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I’ve been given a LifeStraw® Go to giveaway!
Disclosure: Lifestraw Go, information, and additional product have all been provided by Vestergaard. All opinions are my own.
- LifeStraw® is manufactured by Vestergaard a Swiss-based global company dedicated to improving the health of disadvantaged people with game-changing solutions that fight malaria, HIV/AIDS, diarrheal disease and neglected tropical diseases.
- The company is the largest producer of long-lasting insecticidal bed nets that prevent malaria under the PermaNet® brand, and its award-winning LifeStraw® water filters have been designed for individual, family and community uses.
20 thoughts on “LifeStraw® Go- A Water Bottle That Gives Back”
Always hunting for a better camping water bottle.
This will come in handy hiking and rafting in Colorado
The bottle is very convenient and I drink a lot of water.
So I can have a water bottle for camping.
I’d like it to give to my mom who goes camping and hiking frequently.
These are awesome!
I spend a lot of time hiking and biking off the beaten trail. I would love to have a LifeStraw Go so that I can stay hydrated without being weighed down with a full water bottle the entire time.
Love to win could use this hiking
This would be great to have while camping hiking at the Gorge
I would absolutely love to win the Lifestraw Bottle!! I think it would be really neat to be able to show this to my daughter to get her interested in how it works Anything to get them interested in learning and also the perfect excuse to go out for a hike!!
I wish I had this for my trip to Thailand, then I could drink the tap water!
I want it to take when I am hiking.
I would use this when I go hiking, which is quite often. Having this bottle would save me space and weight while hiking. I could just refill the bottle at any stream or brook that I see.
I’ve been wanting several of those for bug-out bags. My son-in-law has one and loves it. 🙂
I want to win because I take water bottles with me everywhere I go.
My fiancé and I have the lifestraw but not the water bottle version, in case of emergency. The water bottle looks neat and more convenient on the go.
I would love to try this because it would help if we needed some water and we were out of bottled water.
That looks sweet. I would love to try one.
I love this idea, and it is so perfect for all your activities. I didn’t know about the charitable component until I read your blog. What a great company!
Because I want my kids to enjoy lego as much has I did as a kid. The LEGO® Kidsfest seems like it would also be a blast for me as well.