SURVIVOR FILTER Announces Spring Sale and New American-Made Products and Category Introduction

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2020%20Memorial%20Day%20Sale-1080x1080pxTORONTO – May 18, 2020 – Survivor Filter has announced a spring sale that will run from May 18-25 and offers 15% off current water filter systems and water containers at survivorfilter.com. The company has also announced a line of new home water filter systems. These additions to the lineup will be made in America and are ideal for any kitchen, bathroom or office sink. Those who are interested in being the first to learn more and purchase these directly can go to the website and sign up.

Customers looking to add to their collection of water filters or containers for the backcountry, open road or favorite camping spot can take advantage of the 15% discount on some of Survivor Filter’s most popular choices. This spring Survivor Filter has seen unprecedented demand for its products. The company has been able to increase production to meet demand, and has several new products coming soon. A few top sellers continue to be the Pro Pump, American-Made Active-Filtration Bottle and others.

“We know this has been a challenging and stressful time for all of us,” SURVIVOR FILTER Owner Mark Zakaib said. “We’ve been amazed at how many people have looked to our brand and products during this time of personal, professional and family strain and uncertainty. We take that trust seriously, and have used this time period to make some exciting progress.

“Soon after the spring sale, we will have full details on a great start to new American-made products for 2020 and beyond. This will include easy-to-install, make sense inline filters for your home, office or cabin/cottage. We are also working on more revolutionary Made in USA products that outdoor enthusiasts and first responders can trust in the field, on the job or wherever they find themselves in need of clean, safe hydration. We wish everyone the best as we continue to navigate these unprecedented times and we look forward to providing even more solutions to keep families and individuals across the world safe and healthy.”

Survivor Filter Comes Home With American-Made Water Filters

Until now, Survivor Filter has focused on mobile clean water solutions. That will change in the very near future with Survivor Filter Home. These inline water filters will be affordable, quick and easy to install in all homes. One system will remove 99.9% of contaminants including chlorine, lead, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), sediment, pesticides, fuel residue and chloroform. Another system will remove fluoride, heavy metals, VOCs, toxic chemicals and more. These filters will last years in the average home and are compatible with basic plumbing set ups in kitchens, bathrooms, and offices.

Everyone interested in being the first to learn about and purchase these new home systems should sign up here. The eNewsletter is also a great way to get the latest information, offers and announcements from the company.  Of Course, US customers can still find in-stock filters and supplies at SurvivorFilter.com.

About SURVIVOR FILTER

SURVIVOR FILTER is a company with a simple goal – to provide people with access to clean water in any environment when they need it most. We offer you the best emergency water filter systems for your Bug-Out-Bag and the outdoors on the market today. What’s more, we back up all our products with a defect-free Lifetime Warranty and personalized customer support from our knowledgeable outdoor loving staff.  See the full lineup and learn more at www.survivorfilter.com.

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