Portable purification system is built into your water bottle
Utilizes proven UV technology to effectively neutralize microbiological contaminants.
Treats 80 cycles or 16 gallons with each charge.
Impact and weather-resistant cap insulates UV bulb for effective purification every time.
LCD screen verifies success.
Fill from taps, streams, spigots and more.
100% Free of BPA and BPS
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All Clear User Guide
When not in use, the CamelBak All Clear™ Microbiological UV Water Purifier should be stored in a clean, dry, and safe environment. It should not be exposed to temperatures above 140°F/60°C, or below -4°F/-20°C.
CLEANING CAMELBAK ALL CLEAR
To thoroughly clean the All Clear UV Cap, wash with a soft cloth and a mild soap solution. Rinse soap from device and dry with a clean, soft cloth. Note that while the UV Purifier Cap is designed to be water resistant, it is not guaranteed to be impermeable and should therefore never be submerged or held directly under a faucet. The Bottle and Classic Cap are dishwasher safe and may be placed in the top rack of a dishwasher for cleaning.
How long does the All Clear bulb last?
The All Clear bulb is engineered to last 10,000 cycles which is approximately the equivalent of 3 bottles a day everyday for 9 years. The All Clear is programmed to automatically cease operation after that point.
What specifically does it mean that All Clear can be used effectively in cold temperature water? What does that mean in regards to use in cold weather?
The All Clear cap construction separates and insulates the bulb from direct water contact thereby minimizing the impact of colder temperature water which can impact bulb performance. The All Clear has been tested and proven effective for treating water down to 39°F (4°C). The product has been tested in conditions with the ambient air temperature down to 32°F (0°C). Battery performance may be impacted and less efficient in very cold temperature conditions. In the event that you are in sub-freezing conditions, the All Clear unit should be warmed to 32°F (0°C) prior to use.
Can I use All Clear to treat water with ice in it?
No, you should not use the All Clear on water with ice in it because the UV light cannot pass through the air bubbles or impurities in the ice. We recommend removing the ice from the drink before treating it. You could also allow the ice to melt and then treat the water.
Can I use the All Clear with boiling water?
No, we do not recommend using the All Clear on boiling water, as the high temperature could damage the unit.
Does the All Clear take care of water droplets that might be on the threads of the water bottle?
All Clear does not purify surfaces on the outside of the drinking container including the threads of a water bottle. Users should check the threads and use a clean piece of cloth to wipe off the threads of the bottle before drinking.
Another way to address this issue is to use the All Clear Pre-Filter, particularly in fresh water sources like lakes or streams where water contact with the threads is more likely. The All Clear Pre-Filter conveniently snaps over the opening of the .75L bottle and is designed to keep the threads dry while submerging the bottle into your water supply. Always check the threads for water droplets before drinking.
Does the CamelBak All Clear neutralize Cholera? Does it neutralize E coli?
Technically speaking, we have not specifically tested All Clear against Cholera or E coli bacteria organisms because they are not part of the EPA guidelines. However, one of the reasons R. Terrigena is the bacteria selected per the EPA guideline is because it comes from the Enterobacteriaciae family. This family of bacteria is more resistant than those of the Cholera or E coli families, so logically if you can neutralize R. Terrigena then you can effectively neutralize lesser resistant bacteria such as Cholera or E coli as well, which is why the EPA guide standard has been established.
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