Having to go offgrid for a longer period of time means having to rely on dependable resources, safe drinking water being essential. But even what looks like clean drinking water can be so heavily contaminated by microorganisms, such as protozoa and bacteria, that serious health consequences cannot be ruled out. This is where Katadyn's Tactical Line can save lives.

Focused on reliability, durability and an inconspicuous design, Katadyn, a world market leader from Switzerland in drinking water treatment, presents its Tactical Base Camp water filter, which uses gravity to treat up to 2l of clean drinking water per minute.

The foldable Katadyn Base Camp Pro 10L water filter is small and compressible and can therefor be stored in any type of luggage when empty. The Base Camp 10L is easy to fill thanks to its large opening, and the closure makes it easy to hang it up in a convenient place. The company's Ultra Flow glass fibre filter element processes up to 2l of clean drinking water per minute and is suitable for both individuals and groups. The filter protection is particularly easy to clean and allows the Base Camp Pro to filter up to 1,500l of water without any pumps. The separately available, practical shower adapter transforms the Base Camp Pro into a refreshing shower in no time at all.

Katadyn's Tactical Line presents a selection of water filters that are geared to the needs of tactical users and completely reduced to pure functionality. (Photo: Katadyn)

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