Great for hiking, the Camelbak All Clear features an ultravioletpurifierbuilt into the cap that can neutralize any bacteria in the bottle in 60 seconds. It contains rechargeable lithium batteries that can neutralize over 80 bottles (or 16 gallons of water) before needing to be recharged using a standard mini-USB cable. You can also get an additional pre-filter for $15.
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Camelbak Item Number:90783
Suggested Retail Price: $99
Reliable Purification, Whatever the Destination
CamelBak All Clear microbiologically purifies water in 60 seconds
Utilizes proven UV technology to effectively neutralize microbiological contaminants to EPA standards.Camelbak All Clear Directions
1. Fill from any tap, stream or spigot
2. Replace UV cap and power on
3. Agitate for 60 seconds and drink
How long does the All Clear bulb last?
The All Clear bulb is engineered to last 10,000 cycles which is approximately the equivalent of 3 bottles a day everyday for 9 years. The All Clear is programmed to automatically cease operation after that point.
What specifically does it mean that All Clear can be used effectively in cold temperature water? What does that mean in regards to use in cold weather?
The All Clear cap construction separates and insulates the bulb from direct water contact thereby minimizing the impact of colder temperature water which can impact bulb performance. The All Clear can treat water down to 32F (0C). In terms of weather conditions (ambient air temperature), the All Clear should be operated at > 32F (0C) as battery performance may be impacted by very cold temperatures. In extremely cold temperatures, you should warm the All Clear up to 32F (0C) prior use.
Can I use All Clear to treat water with ice in it?
No, you should not use the All Clear on water with ice in it because the UV light cannot pass through the air bubbles or impurities in the ice. We recommend removing the ice from the drink before treating it. You could also allow the ice to melt and then treat the ...... (read more)