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Originally posted by TDawgRex
The key is to breath deep and calm yourself. But there are times when you must realize that regardless of what tool you have...if it ain't working...it's time to move on.
Originally posted by seagull
reply to post by TDawgRex
In an aside, does anyone know if water purification tablets have a shelf life? I don't recall ever hearing one way or another...
Polar Pure uses pure elemental iodine which has an indefinite shelf life. There is no expiration date. It does not degrade with time or temperature if kept tightly sealed. If you do not fill your bottle of Polar Pure with water, the iodine will sublimate (vaporize) if the bottle is left open. Be sure that your bottle is tightly capped between uses. It is best to fill your bottle of Polar Pure with water and tightly cap when you receive it. Iodine complexes -- tetraglycine hydroperiodide tablets -- are sold under various names (Globaline, Potable Aqua) are convenient and effective when fresh but degrade on air exposure; tablets should be discarded 3 months after opening bottle. Polar Pure will produce a saturated solution capable of disinfecting your water for as long as you can see iodine crystals in the bottom of your Polar Pure bottle.
I have yet to read anyone giving a viable example of NEEDing a Multi-tool when you have a knife That folks; is the very definition of minimalist
Originally posted by semperfortis
Again.. Opinions; and all are welcome
You are all though confusing something NICE to have, something comfortable, with something you NEED
I have yet to read anyone giving a viable example of NEEDing a Multi-tool when you have a knife
That folks; is the very definition of minimalist