DIY Water Filter Kit For Camping and Hiking

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I was trying to create a nice list for you guys and gals on a simple DIY water filter kit for camping and hiking, EDC, bug out bag, etc. After all, clean water is the lifeblood of all living creatures. While compiling my list I came across this video by Ultimate Survival Tips which will explain this simple DIY water filtration kit better than I could write it. (Don’t forget to subscribe to UST, he has great videos). Off topic, I’ll try and get some videos going soon!

For now, watch the video below to see this kit in action.

For your convenience here’s a list of the items on Amazon that David mentions in the video*. To get it all at once I’ve gathered everything into an Amazon Canada Wishlist.

Must Have DIY Water Filter Kit For Camping and Hiking Items:

  1. 40 oz. Stainless Steel Canteen – Klean Kanteen
  2. GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Bottle Cup/Pot
  3. Sawyer Mini Water Filtration System
  4. Water Pouch – Condor H2O or the Maxpedition Bottle Holder (does not have MOLLE straps)

Optional Items:

  1. BIC Lighter (6 pack)
  2. Exotac fireROD
  3. Maglite Mini PRO LED
  4. Cotton Balls
  5. Paracord Planet Type III 7 Strand 550 Paracord

Have your own favourite water filtration system? Let us know in the comments below!

*By clicking the links and buying from Amazon I’ll receive a commission from the sale at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support!


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