Hot Deals

Costco

Lifestraw personal water filter $19.97

  • Last Updated:
  • Sep 8th, 2021 6:12 pm
Tags:
None
[OP]
Jr. Member
Aug 25, 2009
100 posts
135 upvotes
Toronto

[Costco] Lifestraw personal water filter $19.97

Clearance price at Costco vaughan 55 new huntington rd
Images
  • upload.jpg
  • upload.jpg
  • upload.jpg
Last edited by TomRFD on Sep 8th, 2021 10:13 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: price was missing from the title
34 replies
Deal Guru
May 1, 2012
10082 posts
9910 upvotes
Markham
Time to test these out on the storm drain from last night.
Deal Addict
Jan 29, 2006
1703 posts
1038 upvotes
Center of the univer…
Anikiri wrote: Time to test these out on the storm drain from last night.
Hahah let us know if they work!
Jr. Member
Nov 23, 2007
100 posts
243 upvotes
Toronto
Thanks OP. Was looking at these a few months ago when I think the price was ~$40.

Will pick these up if I see them for my emergency kit.
Deal Guru
May 1, 2012
10082 posts
9910 upvotes
Markham
Basically filters anything that is up to 0.2microns. So it doesn't filter things like urine.
Deal Addict
Apr 27, 2017
1806 posts
1239 upvotes
Calgary
Anikiri wrote: Basically filters anything that is up to 0.2microns. So it doesn't filter things like urine.
Image
Newbie
Mar 24, 2020
44 posts
80 upvotes
That is a sweet deal. Just one of these goes for $25 on Amazon these days.
Newbie
Dec 4, 2017
69 posts
63 upvotes
Any indication when the filter reach its limit?
Deal Addict
User avatar
Apr 17, 2005
4924 posts
1564 upvotes
Kitchener
Wish Sewyer filters are this price.
This space is intentionally left blank.
Sr. Member
Dec 14, 2011
564 posts
527 upvotes
Toronto
Hot deal for dire emergencies. Infinite shelf life as long as you don't use it so for $20 it doesn't hurt to have a couple laying around.

"There is no shelf life for our unused LifeStraw. Once the LifeStraw or any product is used, follow our long-term storage and maintenance instructions to preserve the longevity of each filter. We recommend that the carbon filter (if applicable) be replaced after 2 months with regular use."

http://help.lifestraw.com/en/articles/3 ... bon-filter
Deal Addict
Feb 19, 2008
2624 posts
1539 upvotes
I'll grab a pack at this price for the upcoming zombie apocalypse.
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Jun 6, 2010
7759 posts
3774 upvotes
Toronto, Ontario
Thundercloud wrote: Wish Sewyer filters are this price.
Yes lifestraw is quite useless because you cannot connect it to anything.
That being said, I modified a life straw and created a gravitational filter system.
If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.
Guide to get free movie BOGO code from Virgin Mobile
How to setup PAP in Tangerine
Sr. Member
Dec 14, 2011
564 posts
527 upvotes
Toronto
theflyingsquirrel wrote: Yes lifestraw is quite useless because you cannot connect it to anything.
That being said, I modified a life straw and created a gravitational filter system.
Did you follow any guides for this? I've been meaning to figure out a way to make the lifestraw work via a gravitational system like the Sawyer
Deal Expert
User avatar
Feb 8, 2014
22013 posts
8449 upvotes
Socially Distanced
What is the regular price for this?
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburgers eat people
Deal Expert
User avatar
Oct 9, 2003
17727 posts
770 upvotes
theflyingsquirrel wrote: Yes lifestraw is quite useless because you cannot connect it to anything.
That being said, I modified a life straw and created a gravitational filter system.
I actually have a handful of the straws and the gravity feed unit too. The straws are good for 1000 litres as I recall but the proper gravity feed one is good for something like 15000 litres. Something to be aware of.
Sr. Member
Apr 7, 2015
574 posts
427 upvotes
Vancouver Island
Thundercloud wrote: Wish Sewyer filters are this price.
I almost bought a 4 pack of minis for $45 once, but didn't, which I regret. I've had a Squeeze filter that they used to sell with a tap adaptor, and I've probably put thousands of liters of water through over the past six years, both tap water and random outdoor water, and combined with my 4 liter steripen kit I've never gotten sick from water, and my house water tastes much better. You backflow it every once in a while and a Sawyer will last you a lifetime.
Quentin5 wrote: What is the regular price for this?
MRSP is $19.95USD for each, for 4 would be 100CAD ish

Top