General Ecology’s “First Need XL” Water Purifier

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     The General Ecology XL Water Purifier is compact, lightweight, & offers clean, purified water every time.  There’s a way to set it up so that it is self-pumping; this is a little tricky to set up at first, but once you get it figured out (it comes with instructions) its pretty amazing.  This is an ecologically-responsible AND a lightweight alternative to bottled water- less to haul in & less to have to take out. 

   Lonewolf has used this product for many years & still today; this product has worked for he & thousands of his students, & its unique design has kept it well-known at the top of the market for years.


   A student commented one day:  “Hey- if the water goes over the rocks, I heard it helps purify the water.”

  I replied, “No- that’s not true.  No water should be considered safe.”  So, as we walked further up the stream, we saw a cow rotting in the water!  It is better to be safe than sorry. 

   First Need is the only only pump device on the market which features a chemical-free purifier.  It contains a proprietary (unique & patented), carbon-treated filtering media, described as an ‘electrostatically charged structured matrix’.   It’s micro filtration design causes “adsorption‘-  the suspended matter in the water- including viruses, bacteria, & protozoa that are swimming in water- adhere & get caught in the micro-filtration design- all without chemicals.

Tips for Using Hassle-Free:

  • If you are dealing with very murky water, put the water in a bucket & let the silt & mud fall to the bottom, then use the First Need.  
  • Carry a replacement cartridge with you- they last for 550 Liters; men require ~ 3 liters & women 2.2 liters per day.  Therefore- for one person- a filter should last most men 183 days & women 250 days.

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