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Camping is expected to skyrocket this summer as soon as the facilities reopen on July 4th. Restrictions and a possible travel quarantine make a camping stay more attractive than ever. But what about the campsites that plan to restrict access to facilities or completely close blocks of buildings?

Despite a huge increase in camping bookings, it is likely that pitches and access to facilities will be restricted. Therefore, preparation has never been so critical, even for experienced campers.

The LifeSaver Cube may be the perfect roommate for access to clean, virus-free water during your trip.

The LifeSaver Cube with high capacity was originally developed in cooperation with Oxfam and provides clean water for drinking, cooking, washing and brushing your teeth when needed. The advanced filter technology removes at least 99.99% of all bacteria, cysts and, above all, dangerous viruses from every water, be it a shady-looking tap or a nearby pond.

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The lightweight yet durable construction, weighing only 1.2 kg, can store 5 liters of water, which is pumped through the integrated ultrafiltration membrane to remove contaminants. No additional chemicals or a power supply are required, and the filter treats an incredible 5,000 liters of water before it needs to be replaced. The built-in faucet makes it easy to adjust the amount of treated water that is released from the cube, and the fast flow rate of 1.25 liters per minute means no waiting.

The square shape of the cube fits perfectly in a car and its large handle ensures that it can be easily transported in the camp even when full. Performance is enhanced by an activated carbon filter that removes any remaining tastes or smells from the treated water before you use it. For maximum safety, the filter features LifeSaver's FailSafe technology so that untreated water does not get through the filter, avoiding guesswork and the risk of drinking dirty water accidentally.

Whether you are an experienced camper or someone who wants to experience their first camping holiday, the LifeSaver Cube will surely become an indispensable part of your camping facility.

The LifeSaver Cube costs £ 119.99. Find out more here.

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Shell Robshaw-Bryan Shell loves all things traveling and outdoors and is a nature loving, comfortable camping girl. Shell started the Camping with Style blog after a serious snowboard accident that left her with a broken back. Still, she used nature and the healing power of nature to relax, and she continues to spend time outdoors whenever she can.

From snowboarding and kayaking to mountain hikes to meditation, Shell shares her travels and micro adventures here on the blog and in various publications for which she has written, Shell has a particular interest in promoting the well-being and the many advantages of natural therapy.

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