Pocket Unit

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Product Description

The Katadyn Pocket a portable personal water filter with a manual pump and silver-impregnated ceramic filter that effectively removes bacteria, protozoa, and other disease-causing agents. Unlike disposable filters, the 0.2 micron filter can be cleaned several times. When you're out in the field, speed counts too. The Pocket know how to keep up with an output of 1 liter per minute.

The Pocket is suitable for the toughest of conditions and is the first choice for extreme adventurers. Decades of military and emergency professionals around the world have put their trust in the Pocket's ability to deliver water free of bacteria and protozoa.

Product Details
  • Materials
    Ceramic, Metal, Plastic
  • Measurements
    10"L x 2.4"W x 2.4"H
  • OriginSwitzerland

— Warranty: Manufacturer's Limited 20 Years
— Reusable & Replaceable 0.2 Micron Filter
— Suitable For Small Groups Up To 3 People
— Ideal For Daily/Frequent Use
— Lightweight & Portable

Technical Specifications
— Filter: 0.2 Micron Silver-Impregnated Ceramic
— Output: 1 Liter Per Minute
— Filter Lifespan: Up To 50,000 Liters (Depending On Water Quality)
— Weight: 1 lb

How long does the filter last?

The filter will last roughly 13,000 gallons, depending on water quality.

Where is it made?

These are made in Switzerland.

Are the filters replaceable?

Yes, all of the pump-style water filters have replacement filter elements.

What power source does this unit use?

There is no power source, It is a manual hand pump.

Do I have to boil the water for 10min to drink it?

No, you do not have to boil water after filtering. If you boil water you wouldn't need the filter.

Can it remove heavy metals like lead?

No, our water filters will remove particles down to 0.2 microns.
This includes protozoa and bacteria.

Does it remove chemicals, gas, drugs, and so on like a good filter does?

It is not a household filter.
This is for outdoor water against microorganisms and not a reverse osmosis system, so it will remove particles down to .2 microns like protozoa and bacteria.

What is the difference from reverse osmosis to .2 microns?

Reverse Osmosis is usually used for desalination or household water treatment. It would remove things like salt, etc.

A ceramic filter doesn't do that.

Shipping Information
*Continental US only. Surcharges apply to HI, AK and Canada
  • Shipping Availability
    United States
  • Shipping Policy
    FREE Standard Shipping
  • Ship In
    3-4 weeks
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return or cancellation