Which is okay in a dire pinch for one person.
But I had constant requests from clients and customers for something more.
They wanted a filter system that could do everything shown in the video above but on a larger scale.
The fact is, the mini-filter only filtered 250 gallons of water and I had requests from people for something that could filter thousands of gallons of water.
People wanted something larger that could help their whole family survive for weeks and even months at a time, yet could get the same water purity as the filter you saw in the video.
They wanted a survival filtration system they could use in bug-out shelters, for camping, for prolonged grid-down scenarios, and even in their own homes for daily use....
The requests were so overwhelming that I’ve now decided to pull back the curtain and reveal exactly what I use for my own family to filter over 5,000 gallons of fresh, clean drinking water during a crisis that can do everything you saw in the video.
To put that in perspective, that amount of clean water is enough to fill 40,000 plastic water bottles you’d normally buy at the store…
Or enough to fill ninety-one 55-gallon drums full of filtered, ready to drink water…
And it’s enough “on demand” water for a family of four to survive for over 3 years.
And the truth is, if it’s good enough to keep my own family alive and well on a daily basis, I can confidently offer it to my customers and clients.
That’s why I’m now revealing my complete Survival Hydration System.
So, instead of a single, mini-filter, you’re going to discover how to create a simple survival filtration system that can provide enough clean water for your entire family for years.
Other filtration systems on the market cost $400 and up to provide you with this volume of clean water…
But you’ll be able to build your own system, quick and easy, for a mere fraction of that amount, once you get your copy of my bestselling guide:
The Complete Survival Hydration System: How to Have Thousands of Gallons of Fresh, Clean Drinking Water in a Disaster or Grid-Down Scenario.