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Anywhere you want, anytime you want!

Sport Berkey Filter Bottle, Go Berkey and Berkey Light by Berkey France Millenium

I filter my water, wherever I go...

Going on vacation: take your Travel Berkey®, the smallest stainless steel system in the indoor/outdoor range. It takes up little space, its compact size in transport mode makes it so convenient that you wouldn't want to go without it. You'll feel at home everywhere!

Long or short hikes, Berkey® has you covered! Provide your group with clean, pure filtered water, in complete hygiene. The Go Berkey® kit can easily fill the bottles of your group. With Berkey®'s unmatched filtration performance, you can refill your system at every water source (spring, public fountain) you encounter during your walk. The Go Berkey® kit includes a Sport Berkey® filter bottle for personal use. For uncompromising outings!

More of a barbecue person? No probem! Then you'll opt for a Berkey Light® for prolonged outdoor use, to place in the center of your summer kitchen or outdoor bar to refresh your friends. Drink as much as you want!

And why not at in the workplace? Most workplaces rarely offer water fountains (which isn't the best water, let's remember). So consider that the Go Berkey® system will be perfect for your workdays away from home.

Berkey® considered every detail, with you in mind!

Outdoor filters allow you to filter your water in any situation, at the office or on a hike. With the Go Berkey® or the Sport Berkey® filter bottle for a short outing or with the Berkey Light® or Travel Berkey® for longer trips like camping or staying in a lodge.

Are you used to filtering your water at home with a Berkey® water filter? Then don't miss out on the benefits of pure and healthy water while you're on the go!

Suitable for all situations and budgets, opt for one of our ultra-portable systems, which allow you to filter your drinking water throughout your activities.

Portable Berkey water filters at Berkey France Millenium

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