First I believe every person should have one in their Emergency kit.
You do not have to be scooping water out of a river or lake to benefit from GeoPress, although that is exactly what it is intended for. You of course can do that!
My suggestion is to take advantage of the amazing water purification for any type of on the go situation you have.
At home I buy mineral water in glass bottles. Glass bottles are heavy, unrealistic and dangerous to drive around with.
I also have an amazing under the counter water purification system. It’s a good 15 years old and is used non-stop.
Before heading out the door I’d grab a water bottle. If I needed to refill my water bottle I’d use the GeoPress.
It may very well be the re-fill water has to come out of a plastic bottle but again- 1 press and I do not have to give it a 2nd thought. The GeoPress will take out the micro plastics.
I think it’d be good to use it at the office instead of the water cooler that has unknown quality.
For out door activities like- bike rides, dog walks, road camping, amusement parks, going to the water park with the kids, dog park, hanging out on the beach….
Car trips short and long.
In hotel rooms, museums, flying,*
Wherever and whenever you are ready for a drink of water you can fill up from a tap, water fountain, a hose, water spout, water bottles, even the river or lake if the opportunity presents itself– you’ll be ready!
It is great for the airport* and international travel. You can have peace of mind when it comes to drinking water while traveling at home and abroad.
Instead of All Plastic Water bottles?
Yup. One of my favorite features of the GeoPress is eliminating drinking the dangerous endocrine disruptor: plastic that is in our water bottles. No matter where you live.
Eleven globally sourced brands of bottled water, purchased in 19 locations in nine different countries, were tested for micro plastic contamination. Of the 259 total bottles processed, 93% showed micro plastic contamination. (1)