The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle is essentially a french press designed to purify unreliable water into clean, safe drinking water.

The filtration element uses electroabsorption, ultra-powdered activated carbon, and silver-treated zeolites to filter out 99.9999% of all viruses, bacteria, and protozoan cysts. It’s also effective at removing particulates like silt, sediment and heavy metals, and it removes most chemicals like chlorine and benzene.

The bottle uses BPA free construction, and the replaceable cartridge filter is effective for 300 uses, about 40 gal/150 L of water. The bottle has a capacity of 16 oz (473 ml), and Grayl offer a 10 year warranty on each unit.

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The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle is essentially a french press designed to purify unreliable water into clean, safe drinking water.

The filtration element uses electroabsorption, ultra-powdered activated carbon, and silver-treated zeolites to filter out 99.9999% of all viruses, bacteria, and protozoan cysts. It’s also effective at removing particulates like silt, sediment and heavy metals, and it removes most chemicals like chlorine and benzene.

The bottle uses BPA free construction, and the replaceable cartridge filter is effective for 300 uses, about 40 gal/150 L of water. The bottle has a capacity of 16 oz (473 ml), and Grayl offer a 10 year warranty on each unit.

Buy Here

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The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle is essentially a french press designed to purify unreliable water into clean, safe drinking water.

The filtration element uses electroabsorption, ultra-powdered activated carbon, and silver-treated zeolites to filter out 99.9999% of all viruses, bacteria, and protozoan cysts. It’s also effective at removing particulates like silt, sediment and heavy metals, and it removes most chemicals like chlorine and benzene.

The bottle uses BPA free construction, and the replaceable cartridge filter is effective for 300 uses, about 40 gal/150 L of water. The bottle has a capacity of 16 oz (473 ml), and Grayl offer a 10 year warranty on each unit.

Buy Here

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The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle is essentially a french press designed to purify unreliable water into clean, safe drinking water.

The filtration element uses electroabsorption, ultra-powdered activated carbon, and silver-treated zeolites to filter out 99.9999% of all viruses, bacteria, and protozoan cysts. It’s also effective at removing particulates like silt, sediment and heavy metals, and it removes most chemicals like chlorine and benzene.

The bottle uses BPA free construction, and the replaceable cartridge filter is effective for 300 uses, about 40 gal/150 L of water. The bottle has a capacity of 16 oz (473 ml), and Grayl offer a 10 year warranty on each unit.

Buy Here

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The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle is essentially a french press designed to purify unreliable water into clean, safe drinking water.

The filtration element uses electroabsorption, ultra-powdered activated carbon, and silver-treated zeolites to filter out 99.9999% of all viruses, bacteria, and protozoan cysts. It’s also effective at removing particulates like silt, sediment and heavy metals, and it removes most chemicals like chlorine and benzene.

The bottle uses BPA free construction, and the replaceable cartridge filter is effective for 300 uses, about 40 gal/150 L of water. The bottle has a capacity of 16 oz (473 ml), and Grayl offer a 10 year warranty on each unit.

Buy Here

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The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle

The Grayl Ultralight Purification Bottle is essentially a french press designed to purify unreliable water into clean, safe drinking water.

The filtration element uses electroabsorption, ultra-powdered activated carbon, and silver-treated zeolites to filter out 99.9999% of all viruses, bacteria, and protozoan cysts. It’s also effective at removing particulates like silt, sediment and heavy metals, and it removes most chemicals like chlorine and benzene.

The bottle uses BPA free construction, and the replaceable cartridge filter is effective for 300 uses, about 40 gal/150 L of water. The bottle has a capacity of 16 oz (473 ml), and Grayl offer a 10 year warranty on each unit.

Buy Here

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Review and Test Drive: 2017 Volkswagen e-Golf SEL Premium

Volkswagen didn’t put all of its eggs in the diesel basket. The company’s plans call for it to produce one million electric vehicles a year by 2025, a number similar to what Tesla is projecting for its own sales. The significant difference is that VW has experience in building millions of cars while Tesla just hit the 200,000 mark a few months ago.

Another difference is that the automaker’s e-Golf doesn’t scream EV. Indeed it doesn’t stand out in any manner, shape, or form. Rather, it merely looks like a Volkswagen Golf, which isn’t a bad thing at all.

What does make it stand out are the blue exterior lighting, EV badging, and special wheels, although only a car geek would probably notice these rather subtle visual cues.

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Updated for 2017, the e-Golf can go 125 miles (201 kilometers) before requiring a charge, versus a mere 83 miles (134 kilometers) in an earlier version. Wolfsburg has accomplished this by optimizing the car’s battery pack using revised cell chemistry. The battery has the same number of cells but increases capacity from 24.2 kWh to 35.8. At the same time, thanks to an upgraded electric motor, horsepower and torque go up as well, from 115 to 134 and 199 pound-feet to 214 pound-feet respectively.

The update includes new bumpers, new C-shaped daytime-running-light strips and elegant and presumably aerodynamic 16” aluminum wheels.

Also for 2017, VW has made the 7.2-kW onboard charger standard, which translates to a six-hour charge using a Level 2 240-volt charger. DC fast charging is standard on SEL Premium and Limited Edition models and optional on the SE, giving those vehicles an 80% charge in roughly an hour.

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Review and Test Drive: 2017 Volkswagen e-Golf SEL Premium

Volkswagen didn’t put all of its eggs in the diesel basket. The company’s plans call for it to produce one million electric vehicles a year by 2025, a number similar to what Tesla is projecting for its own sales. The significant difference is that VW has experience in building millions of cars while Tesla just hit the 200,000 mark a few months ago.

Another difference is that the automaker’s e-Golf doesn’t scream EV. Indeed it doesn’t stand out in any manner, shape, or form. Rather, it merely looks like a Volkswagen Golf, which isn’t a bad thing at all.

What does make it stand out are the blue exterior lighting, EV badging, and special wheels, although only a car geek would probably notice these rather subtle visual cues.

IMG_6550

Updated for 2017, the e-Golf can go 125 miles (201 kilometers) before requiring a charge, versus a mere 83 miles (134 kilometers) in an earlier version. Wolfsburg has accomplished this by optimizing the car’s battery pack using revised cell chemistry. The battery has the same number of cells but increases capacity from 24.2 kWh to 35.8. At the same time, thanks to an upgraded electric motor, horsepower and torque go up as well, from 115 to 134 and 199 pound-feet to 214 pound-feet respectively.

The update includes new bumpers, new C-shaped daytime-running-light strips and elegant and presumably aerodynamic 16” aluminum wheels.

Also for 2017, VW has made the 7.2-kW onboard charger standard, which translates to a six-hour charge using a Level 2 240-volt charger. DC fast charging is standard on SEL Premium and Limited Edition models and optional on the SE, giving those vehicles an 80% charge in roughly an hour.

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Land Rover May Have Taken The Coolest Solar Eclipse Photo

Land Rover caught the coolest automotive photo so far of the solar eclipse today.

Adventure photographer Alex Strohl teamed up with Land Rover to gain a unique vantage point for the total solar eclipse. Thanks to the off-road capability of the Land Rover Discovery, Strohl departed from Salt Lake City and took a three-day road trip to Railroad Ridge, which is an off-road-only trail in the heart of the Sawtooth National Forest. According to the British automaker, Railroad Ridge rises from nearly 6,000 to 10,000 feet in elevation to offer some of the most picturesque yet difficult to reach vistas in the U.S.

Best of all, the remote location gave Strohl the perfect vantage point to capture the solar eclipse with the Land Rover Discovery. You can check out a high-res version of the stunning, one-of-a-kind photo below.

This article originally appeared at AutoGuide.com

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Horacio Pagani waxes poetic over the Ford GT, Ferraris, and Porsches

Horacio Pagani and the first customer-specced HuayraPagani is quite literally a supercar maker run by a car enthusiast. Horacio Pagani has no issues expressing his fondness for competitors' cars and he even purchases them quite frequently—not for comparison's sake either. The outspoken Argentine also doesn't mind admitting his competitors build more technical machines, specifically Porsche...
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Full-bodied electric car dispatches the 1/8 mile in 4.89 seconds

Danish TC-X electric drag carIt's not a world-record holder yet, but this full-bodied electric car built in Denmark is pretty darn close to becoming one. Recently. the 2,200-horsepower electric drag car clocked a 4.89-second eighth-mile time. For those keeping score at home, that's just over a tenth of a second off the current world-record holder, a dragster by the name of...
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