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CWR Gravity-Feed Filter, Stainless Steel

# CWR GS2
WITH NEW UPGRADED FILTERS!
CWR Gravity-Feed Filter, Stainless Steel
Protect yourself from unsafe water even in emergencies! The CWR is a stand-alone unit for use when you don’t have access to running water. Simply pour water into the filter and it drips down into the chamber. The world-class UltraGrav ceramic cartridge plus granulated carbon significantly decrease chlorine, chemicals, dirt, sediment, bad taste and—most important when you are using surface water or water from an outdoor spout—parasites and bacteria. The UltraGrav's new, patented Metalgon media even removes toxic heavy metals and fluoride, a feature that standard ceramics do not have! Silver is baked into the ceramic cartridges to inhibit bacteria growth during storage. Measures 19¼" high x 8¼” in diameter; collapses down to 13¼" for easier storage and transport. Made of stainless steel with water spout.

Another great feature of this filter is its flexibility. The housing has four filter chambers, but you have the option of using only two. Using two cartridges will output about a half-gallon per hour; four cartridges will make a gallon per hour. The unit can hold 2.25 gallons at one time. Two filters will last for approximately 1,200 gallons; four filters will last about twice as long.
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Also available in a lighter version made of polypropylene.
A similar filter is available in a small size for travel.
Click here to download a comparison between CWR's UltraGrav filter and other filters.

Model*
2-Filter   $319.00
4-Filter   $399.00
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Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sBest of many I've tried
By Dayna
Short of getting a whole house filter (in a rental), I tried everything from Doulton to Aquasana, which ended up in the bathroom. Unpalatable. High level chloramine and other contaminants in Los Angeles municipal water, though as far as I could tell, not much flouride. I don't know if it's the flouride filtering (our first), but the thick plaque on the dog's teeth that started upon move to LA is quite literally dissolving. He'll have no plaque within 90 days. 1200 gallons is a fair price, but note: the flouride and heavy metal filtering only last the first 300. So far, though, this is the only filter I can recommend (sent back the Berkey). I have two regular filters and fill it up every other night. It is slow with this water, but it does actually filter! Thanks Cutting Edge.

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