Solarbag

Puralytics

The SolarBag disinfects chemical contamination in drinking water via a nanotechnology-coated mesh, which is activated by the sun. The SolarBag is compact in size and relatively light weight making it suitable to ship to areas of humanitarian need.

Product description

The SolarBag disinfects chemical contamination in drinking water via a nanotechnology-coated mesh, which is activated by the sun. The SolarBag is compact in size and relatively light weight making it suitable to ship to areas of humanitarian need.

Target region(s)

Countries include: Afghanistan, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belgium, Cameroon, Canada, China, Cuba, Democratic Republic of Congo, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvado, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Ireland, Japan, Kenya, Kazakhstan, Korea, Kuwait, Malawi, Malaysia, Marshall Islands, Mexico, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa, South Sudan, Spain, Sudan, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, Uganda, UK, USA, Vietnam

Distributors/implementing organizations

Puralytics; Puralytics also partners with GS Malawi to distribute in Malawi specifically.

Many organizations (Amazon, Brownells, Camping World, Columbia Fire and Safety Ltd., L.L. Bean, REI, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Woot, Sportsman’s Guide) also offer the SolarBag for purchase.

Market suggested retail price

Solarbags are sold on their website in bulk orders of 25 for $375.00 USD.

$49.11 USD from Amazon

$69.99 USD from L.L. Bean

Competitive landscape
Target user(s)

Target users include rural households, victims of humanitarian crises and travelers.

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