BLACK FRIDAY DEALS! Up to 30% Off

Don't miss out. Shop LifeStraw products for up to 30% off. Your purchase has impact. For every product purchased, a child in need receives safe water for an entire school year.

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Filter water at home with style

LifeStraw Home water filter pitchers filter contaminants like lead, PFAS, bacteria and parasites. Every fill avoids single-use plastic water bottles. Get yours now.

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Hurricane Eta Emergency Relief

Help send safe drinking water to families affected by Hurricane Eta. LifeStraw has partnered with several organizations to ship and distribute water filters to those impacted by the hurricane in Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala.

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LifeStraw Replacement Filters

Get your next months and years worth of filtration now!

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NEW! LifeStraw Go Stainless Steel

Double wall vacuum insulated stainless steel bottle with filter

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Tap water contaminants & boiled water advisories

Bacteria? Brain eating amoebas? Just another day in 2020. Luckily LifeStraw has this covered.

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NEW! LifeStraw Go 1L

The best selling water bottle with filter now in 1L size. Get yours now!

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Outdoors

Water filtration and purification devices for all your outdoor adventures.

Travel

Wherever life takes you, you should feel confident in your water. Check out our reusable water bottles with filter.

Emergency prep

Be prepared for any emergency.

Daily use

Bottles and water filtration devices for everyday use.

Replacement filters & spares

We make contaminated water safe to drink.

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Your Purchase Has Impact

Through our Give Back program, we’ve given safe water to over 1 million children worldwide.

Giving back

“If bottled water is hard to deliver, portable water purifiers are vital”

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“Powerful weapon against African diseases.”

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“LifeStraw Saves Those Without Access to Clean Drinking Water.”

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