LifeStraw Home Full Replacement Filter
LifeStraw Home Full Replacement Filter is rated out of 5 by 3.
- Protects against over 30 contaminants including bacteria, parasites, microplastics, lead, mercury, and chemicals including PFAS, chlorine, organic chemical matter (pesticides and herbicides), dirt, sand, and cloudiness; improves taste. Click here for a full list of all contaminants removed.
- Compatible with all LifeStraw Home Pitcher and Dispenser products
- Activated carbon + ion exchange filter available in 1-pack, 2-pack, and 3-pack options, or in full filter kit with membrane microfilter
- Improves taste and avoids the need to buy single-use plastic bottled water
- Your purchase has impact: one purchase, one child, one year of safe water
- LifeStraw is proud to a B Corp and Climate Neutral Certified brand, committed to meeting the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability
Replacement filter Full Kit
Replacement filter kit - 1 year
Style: Replacement filter Full Kit (Replacement filter Full Kit)
Rated 5 out of 5 by Iafcooper from Purchase works very well This product saves me time and money. No running to the store for bottled water
Date published: 2019-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by jessie565 from Great features We purchased the glass pitchers with filters and love them. One broke and it was immediately replace. Thank you for the speedy service.
Date published: 2019-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by penname from Better than I knew When I replaced the carbon filter in my pitcher, I realized my office mates had been using it b/c they were impatient for its water!
Date published: 2019-10-14
i have the home glass pitcher and like the beauty of its design. how often do i change the filters? 264 gallons for the the carbon filter? what about the microfilter? how does one know. keep a diary or ??
The carbon capsule should be changed every two months. The microfilter lasts for a year and will clog when you need to change it.
Date published: 2020-11-11
Need to know how to remove the filter from the cup?
If you have the pitcher, the bottom cap pulls off. You just twist a little and pull down. It can be a little difficult if you don’t get a good grip on it. Then under the cap take off is where the charcoal filter is located.
Date published: 2020-10-31
How many gallons does this filter before it needs replacment? And no, the previous "answer" to this was certainly no answer.
According to Lifestraw - “ The membrane microfilter lasts 264 gallons (1 year). The activated carbon + ion exchange filter lasts 40 gallons (2 months).” The membrane filter is the larger part at the top, while the carbon filter is the smaller one at the bottom of the filter.
Date published: 2020-10-23
Any suggestions on tracking how many gallons one uses to help determine if you're changing the filters on an adequate schedule?
there are 16 cups (8 oz) in a gallon. So if you have a 7 cup or 10 cup pitcher, how many times do you fill it up? I have a 7 cup pitcher and refill it once every day. Simply do the math!
Date published: 2020-10-17
How to properly do the regular backflush this micro membrane filter for the Lifestraw Home Pitcher? We LOVE our glass pitcher! Very happy to see the silicone bands! Nice! Thanks.
This product's filter cannot be backflushed. Our cleaning directions can be found below. https://www.lifestraw.com/pages/lifestraw-home-setup
Date published: 2020-10-20
Confused about replacement parts for Lifestraw Home. Activated charcoal piece seems to be available separately on Amazon, yet the other housing inside that is 4" tall is separated. Need to replace that as well?
go to lifestraw website - you can get replacement parts
Date published: 2020-10-05