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LifeStraw water filter just dropped under $10 for Black Friday

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Black Friday deals on gear for camping and outdoor adventures are already popping up, and LifeStraw's essential water filter just dropped to $9.96 on Amazon. That's the lowest price we've ever seen for this handy gadget, which removes 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria.

LifeStraw water filter

LifeStraw water filter: was $17.47, now $9.96 @ Amazon
This portable accessory filters out bacteria and parasites and doesn't require batteries, making it a perfect tool for camping, hiking or emergency situations. Now it's less than $10 just for Black Friday.

If you're not a hiker, camper or outdoorsy type, the LifeStraw filter is still worth snagging in case of an emergency. You can stick it in your preparedness kit in the event of an earthquake, wildfire, hurricane or other natural disaster where access to clean water might be in short supply.

LifeStraw also makes a water bottle built around its LifeStraw filter, called LifeStraw Go, which is one of the best water bottles you can buy for outdoor adventures. The bottle is close to triple the price of the filter alone, so if you're searching for the best deal, the LifeStraw Black Friday bargain is worth it.

See all of our Black Friday deals to get big discounts on all sorts of gadgets and be sure to bookmark our Cyber Monday deals hub to get ready for more big sales on the way.

  • Amazon: New Black Friday deals every hour
  • Walmart: Best deals you can get now
  • Best Buy: Shop Black Friday now 
  • Dell: Save up to 40% on XPS, monitors, desktops
  • Newegg: Sales on components, graphics cards, SSDs 
  • Mixbook: 45% off sitewide via "BF19" 
  • Lenovo: Up to 56% off ThinkPads 
  • HP: Up to 63% off Envy, Spectre, and more laptops
  • Alienware: Up to $550 off Alienware gaming desktops and laptops
  • B&H Photo: Up to $500 off Canon, Nikon, and more
  • Adidas: Up to 50% off select apparel

Caitlin is a Senior editor for Gizmodo. She has also worked on Tom's Guide, Macworld, PCWorld and the Las Vegas Review-Journal. When she's not testing out the latest devices, you can find her running around the streets of Los Angeles, putting in morning miles or searching for the best tacos.