Monday, April 17, 2017

Lost in the Woods, Part 7

GRAYL Ultralight Water Purifier

{ A Disabled Hiker Review }

While planning this little expedition, I took notice of several issues concerning the quality of water I might be drinking should the need arise.  So when I found myself actually faced with the prospect of drinking this water, I was extremely pleased that I chose the GRAYL Ultralight Water Purifier for the job.

(Continue reading below our video)


Removing 99.9999% of viruses,
(e.g. Rotavirus, Norovirus, Hepatitis A, ...)
99.9999% of bacteria, 
(e.g. E. coli, Salmonella, Cholera, Shigella, ...)
99.9999% of protozoan cysts, 
(e.g. Giardia, Cryptosporidium, Amoebae, ...)
... the GRAYL Ultralight steps beyond the normal water filter by also removing particulates like sediment and salt as well as many chemicals like chlorine and iodine.
And as if that wasn't enough, it also removes heavy metals like lead and arsenic too.
NOTE: The GRAYL Ultralight Water Purifier does not classify as a water desalination device.


When totaling all the facts, the GRAYL Ultralight Water Purifier not only far surpasses the capabilities of any of the drinking bottle type water treatment devices I've used in the past, but it is quite possibly the most thorough water purification system I've ever used. Period.

Tune in next time to find out what our heroes do next.
Hope you enjoy part 7 of
Lost in the Woods.

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Produced by: Terry Craig,
The Disabled Hiker

Assistant editor: Dave Deubler

Photos & video by: Larry Deitch,
& Terry Craig, 

Featuring music by: Mad Mme. Em

Due to the dangerous nature of filming while trying to survive in the wilderness, and multiplied by the physical issues I deal with on a daily basis,

Lost in the Woods is being presented as a simulation of compiled past personal experiences for the purpose of demonstrating techniques and skills associated with surviving a similar event.

Therefore, the producers of The Disabled Hiker would like to stress that the information contained within all parts of Lost in the Woods is meant for demonstration & entertainment purposes only.

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