Vapur Eclipse Anti-bottle with MicroFilter


The Vapur® MicroFilter is a lightweight, chemical-free water filtration system that utilizes the most advanced hollow fiber membrane technology. The Vapur MicroFilter safely removes 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria (such as Salmonella, Cholera and E. coli) and 99.9% of protozoa (including Cryptosporidium and Giardia).

Together, the bottle and MicroFilter weigh just 2.7 ounces, and the filter is capable of purifying up to 500 liters of safe drinking water from lakes, rivers, streams and tap water.

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Filter Tech

The Vapur Explorer Series MicroFilter is made of 60 meters of hollow fiber membranes packed into a compact casing. These membranes are produced by a melt spun and drawn processes from 100% polyethersulfone raw materials. After the membrane is manufactured, the surface is coated with hydrophilic polymer to aid the filtration process.

Filter membranes have an absolute pore size of 0.2 micron with a minimum capacity of 500 liters when used in clear water.

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Technical Specifications

Contents (1) Explorer MicroFilter
(1) 1L Anti-Bottle
Weight Bottle + Filter: 2.7 ounces
Filter only: 1.1 ounces
Dimensions 5.75"w x 10"h
Filter Technology Ultra Membrane Technology
(Hydrophilic capillary membrane)
Performance 99.9999% of bacteria
Pore size: Absolute .2 microns
Flow Rate 0.5L/min @ 0.2 bar
Filter Life Maximum of 500 Liters
Temperature Min. operating temp: >0°
Max. operating temp: 55°
Max. storage temp: 65°

Easy to Use

Instructions - Step 1

Fill Bottle

Fill bottle with clear water from natural or municipal sources.

Instructions - Step 2

Insert MicroFilter

Insert MicroFilter and screw SuperCap into Anti-Bottle threading.

Instructions - Step 3

Drink or Squeeze

Drink by sucking water through spout opening, either when connected to an Anti-Bottle or as a straw directly from the source. Alternatively, you can squeeze water through bottle into another bottle or vessel.

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Awards & Press

  • Gear Junkie 2013
  • Outside Magazine Gear of the Show 2013
  • Gumption Gear Review 2013
  • Inhabitat - Design Will Save the World
  • National Geographic - Gear of the Year 2013