It’s the most important resource for nations and individuals. It’s the one item no one can be without in an emergency. And it’s the single thing the overwhelming majority of people overlook.
It’s safe, clean, drinkable water – the most critical possession of the 21st century.
As California deals with a drought, global population skyrockets and the demands for supplying farms and factories continues to grow, analysts believe water may become the most lucrative commodity of the near future.
The Golden State is already so desperate the government is considering implementing a “toilet-to-tap” water policy. The scandal in Flint, Michigan, over unsafe tap water shows Americans can no longer count on their government to provide what previous generations would have considered a basic staple of human existence. Even during a time of relative plenty and prosperity in the world’s sole superpower, infrastructure is struggling to keep up with the increasing demand for the most basic essential for sustaining life.
And if water is precious during good times, survival experts say it is absolutely invaluable during a disaster situation. Though preppers and survivalists may often remember to stockpile food, gas masks and even protective equipment for guarding against an EMP or nuclear attack, countless people forget something they take for granted every day.
Experts recommend storing at least a gallon of water a day for three days. A family of four would need gallons of water at a minimum. And in many emergencies, clean water service might not be restored for weeks, meaning even those who think they are prepared will be just as desperate as everyone else after just a few days.
In an emergency, Americans also can’t count on staying in one place. If you are forced to leave your home or it is destroyed, you can’t bring dozens of gallons of water with you. And while you can go days without food and, luck permitting, may not immediately need weapons or medical supplies, it is a certainty you will need this vital resource every few hours. Securing clean water is the first step for anyone who is serious about survival.
The absolutely essential first step for anyone interested in preparedness or wilderness survival. “The Emergency Personal Water Filter,” available for under $20 at the WND Superstore! Don’t wait – this critical piece of survival gear will go fast. Makes a great gift!
Now, just in time for Christmas, there’s an incredible opportunity to purchase piece of mind and secure your family’s future with the “Emergency Personal Water Filter,” available for the shockingly low price of $19.99.
The Emergency Personal Water Filter can make at least 1,000 liters of water safe for your family to drink and removes up to 99.9 percent of waterborne bacteria.
It’s also small enough to be transported wherever you need to go, making it an essential component of your “bug-out bag” or a camping trip.
The Emergency Personal Water Filter lets you drink directly from streams or ponds or even from a widemouthed water bottle. It contains no chemicals, BPA or iodine, making it safe for anyone who has thyroid issues. There’s no waiting time. There’s no after-taste or chemical residue. Just clean, clear, safe drinking water whenever you need it.
The Emergency Personal Water Filter has a five-year shelf life, making it a reliable, long-term investment in your family’s security. And at only 2.1 ounces and nine inches long, storage is a snap.
The Emergency Personal Water Filter is also very easy to use. Uncap the top and bottom caps and insert the base of the straw into the contaminated water, being careful to keep the mouthpiece dry. Let it sit for 30 seconds to allow water to creep up the membrane, then take five quick sucks to get the water flowing. It takes roughly three to five seconds of sucking to start the flow of water through the filter when the membrane is dry.
When finished drinking, blow a breath of air back down into the device to purge the remaining water out, shake and recap. If you drink from murky water and the water flow stops, blow back into it to purge the water and mud from the filter. When you return home from a hiking trip, drink some tap water with the filter, purge the filter by blowing back into it and leave it to dry with the caps off. If in a survival situation, simply drink some clean water with the filter, purge the filter and let it dry.
It couldn’t be easier.
In a time of uncertainty, it’s important to set priorities. Survival comes first. And clean drinking water is the most important resource you will need to safeguard your life and the lives of those you care about. Don’t delay.
The Emergency Personal Water Filter is now in stock at the WND Superstore.
It will go fast, so don’t delay. Because when it matters most, this small product will become your most important possession.
The absolutely essential first step for anyone interested in preparedness or wilderness survival. The Emergency Personal Water Filter, available for under $20 at the WND Superstore! Don’t wait – this critical piece of survival gear will go fast. Makes a great gift!