Katadyn Pocket Water Filters Now in Stock and On Sale!

April 12, 2011 1 min read

Update June 17, 2011. I've just received a big order of Pockets and even though the new manufacturer's retail price is $349.95, I am reducing my price for 3 days to $255.95! Or until supplies last. Don't miss out on this Super Sale. Prices are going up soon.   Update May 8, 2011: Sorry but we are temporarily out of stock of the Pockets. We expect a new shipment by the end of the month. Check back for updates. We just received a brand new shipment of Katadyn Pocket microfilter water filters so we are fully stocked and ready to sell. We are so excited that we have even reduced the price for a limited time. Get one while the sale lasts! Only $289.95!
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