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Ultralight and adaptable for small groups and backcountry minimalists.
We couldn’t make filtering water with the GravityWorks System any easier, so we made it smaller and lighter. The GravityWorks 2.0L system holds up to four liters (depending on configuration), is light weight and packs small, making it ideal for 1-4 people in the backcountry. Two kits and a range of accessories allow both filtering and backflushing with whatever you like to drink from, plus these great benefits:
Easy, Pump-free filtering Fast! 1.5-liters per minute Weighs as little as 7.2 oz. (203 g) Ultra-Compact Backflushes in four seconds in any configuration you choose, maintaining optimal performance with no additional parts. Proprietary Platy™ zip opening makes collecting water easy. Effective: Meets all EPA & NSF guidelines for the removal of Bacteria and Protozoa, including Giardia, Cryptosporidium, E. coli, Salmonella and Cholera GRAVITYWORKS™ 2.0L - COMPLETE KIT Includes a 2L Platy™ Bottle to collect water as a complete system, or create your own, using your own bottle or reservoir.
Complete Kit with Push/Pull Cap Adapter and 2-liter Platy Bottle (included)
Option #1: Complete System: Push/Pull Cap Adapter and 2L Platy Bottle for use as a complete system with a 4-liter carrying capacity. Complete Kit with Universal Bottle Adapter and Wide-Mouth MSR Bottle (bottle not included)Complete Kit with Universal Bottle Adapter and Narrow-Mouth Bottle (bottle not included)
Option #2: Direct-to-Bottle: Universal Bottle Adapter that connects with a wide range of hard bottles, including Platy Bottles and most from MSR®, Nalgene®, Kleen Kanteen®, Camelbak® and many more.*
Option #3: Direct-to-Reservoir: Both adapters can be streamlined to their lightest configurations, connecting directly to most hydration shutoff valves and tubing without removing them from your pack. Weight: 9.5 oz. - 7.0 oz. (269g-198g) (Depends on configuration. Includes stuff sack.)
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