I once drank directly from a mountain stream.
Those next 12 days were some of the best I’ve ever had…
In a hospital.
Too bad I didn’t have the GEOPRESS PURIFIER — an incredibly simple water purifier that cleans and filters ANY water in just 8 seconds.
Now I know what you’re thinking.
“Grant, this is too good to be true. This works on the water from my toilet bowl?!”
Look if you don’t have to drink your toilet water, don’t freakin’ do it.
I really shouldn’t have to tell you that.
But if you find yourself in a foreign country where the water isn’t the cleanest, GEOPRESS will make it safe to drink it seconds.
Same goes for any stream, river, or sketchy spigot you come across.
Just fill, press, and drink.
5 Things You Need To Know about the GEOPRESS PURIFIER
1. It’s incredibly easy to use
There aren’t any pills, tabs, or dyes.
The GEOPRESS PURIFIER uses only your body weight to clean contaminated water.
And the 24 oz bottle is the perfect size to take absolutely anywhere on Earth.
2. The GEOPRESS PURIFIER is ridiculously fast
In the time it takes you to read this unnecessarily long, drawn out, and potentially useless sentence, you could have filtered 24 ounces of water with the GEOPRESS!
Just 8 seconds is all it needs to filter out harmful chemicals, bacteria, viruses, and more.
For all you math majors out there, that means this filter can purify 5 liters of contaminated water per minute.
3. Their video’s narrator sounds like a young Matthew McConaughey
Give it a listen and tell me I’m wrong.
4. This purifier reduces single-use plastics
Your best friend abroad is often a plastic water bottle.
Whether to replenish your fluids after a full-day hike.
Or more likely to fend off that horrendous hangover from a long night of drinking.
But all those plastic bottles add up, so you’ll feel good with GEOPRESS knowing that you’re doing your part to help clean things up.
5. The GEOPRESS PURIFIER is actually affordable
A high-quality product that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg?
You can get this heavy-duty water filter for a mere $75 on Kickstarter.
A bit cheaper than 12 days in the hospital, eh?