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eric schultz
(schultz104) - M

Locale: phoenix
wtb: steripen on 12/31/2013 10:30:04 MST Print View

Looking for steripen
Thanks

Tony Fleming
(TonyFleming) - MLife

Locale: Midwest
Steripen Freedom $65.00 on 12/31/2013 12:08:32 MST Print View

Hi Eric,

I have a Steripen Freedom that I've used a few times that I will sell to you for $65.00. It's the newest lightest version.

Tony

Tony Ronco
(tr-browsing) - MLife
SteriPEN Journey with LCD display $30 on 12/31/2013 12:21:09 MST Print View

SteriPEN Journey with LCD status display, 4.5 oz.
(This is the predecessor to the current Ultra) It takes CR123 batteries.
I'll sell it to you $30 CONUS.

eric schultz
(schultz104) - M

Locale: phoenix
Re: Steripen Freedom $65.00 on 12/31/2013 12:49:12 MST Print View

Tony,
Will you take 50.00
Eric

eric schultz
(schultz104) - M

Locale: phoenix
Re: SteriPEN Journey with LCD display $30 on 12/31/2013 13:13:37 MST Print View

Tony R,
I am not familiar with that pen. Do you know what the difference is?

Jeffrey Whynot
(jcwhynot) - M

Locale: Northeast
Steripen on 01/01/2014 11:21:54 MST Print View

Eric, I have a Steripen Classic that's only been used on a couple of weekend overnighters. I'll sell it to you for $45.

Tony Ronco
(tr-browsing) - MLife
Re: Re: SteriPEN Journey with LCD display $30 on 01/01/2014 12:00:16 MST Print View

Eric - Here is the webpage for it -

http://www.steripen.com/journey/

... I'll also include all the doo-dads for holding it in place on various types of water bottles.

(BTW, I'm a Sawyer user now)

-T

eric schultz
(schultz104) - M

Locale: phoenix
sawyer vs steripen on 01/01/2014 13:00:26 MST Print View

Tony R,
I have the Sawyer too. I just figured it would be nice to have another option. Something I can use on solo trips. Why did you choose the Sawyer? Do you use the Sawyer bags? What system have you worked out with it.
Thanks
Eric

Tony Ronco
(tr-browsing) - MLife
Re: sawyer vs steripen on 01/01/2014 15:15:39 MST Print View

Eric,

I have the sawyer because of it's advertised longevity, it's field serviceable (i.e. back flush), it's relatively lightweight and (a biggie for me) doesn't require batteries.

Yes - it is true that a sawyer does not neutralize as many "cooties" as a Steripen ... but for where I hike it's not that big of a concern.
And yes, a sawyer's not quite as convenient as a Steripen, but the no battery thing makes up that difference for me.

I use my sawyer in a gravity feed set-up
Platy (unfiltered) -> hose -> hose clamp -> Sawyer -> hose -> water vessel

-T