Tapp portable water filter for pure drinkable water anywhere you want

Whether you are a hiker, live in the most challenging environmental conditions on the Earth or want to counter the adverse conditions created due to a natural calamity, water is your only hope of survival. Twothirds Water (startup company created by engineers and entrepreneurs) has come up with a very simple product called Tapp to filter water anytime anywhere with anything that you have like water bottle, bag, hose, bucket, camel-back system etc. made specifically for outdoor trekking, globe-trotting and emergency situations; this water filtering system is for anyone out there. Whether you are a back-country hiker or want to be prepared for the most adverse situations.

Tapp is connected with a ¼ inch hose that lets water flow through a special membrane called holler fiber microfilter (used in kidney dialysis machine) which is capable of filtering bacteria, dirt particles and any other foreign object that might not be fit for human consumption. Tapp water filtering system can be used in three positions namely : open, closed or clean which filters the water depending on the impurity level.

It can be used for a year’s duration if one is using it daily but if one uses it occasionally once in a while the life is elongated by three to five years. Tapp is up for funding on Indiegogo and if you also think that this project is worth taking to the production stage, pledge a certain amount and help make sure that the world gets pure drinking water even in the most unbelievable conditions.

# Tapp as explained by the makers

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  • http://www.gulp.ie/ Gulp.ie

    Dirty and contaminated water found in natural reservoirs these days is
    not going to stop voyagers from moving in remote areas. For a long time
    now, travelers preferred to use bottled water as a source of pure water.
    Though bottled water helps get clean water, it gets difficult to move
    out with them.

  • http://berkeywaterfilterinfo.com/ Ben

    Wow, it looks like I can use it for camping. I am planning to camp out near the river in weeks. I wonder if I can try it out.

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