Over the years, I’ve used and reviewed a couple of water filtration systems from Clearsource. First, a 2-stage model and then a 3-stage model. Both were extremely well-built and worked well. Last year, though, I tried out a competitor’s (Blu Tech) much smaller unit and preferred it for the much-reduced size and lighter weight. Both are significant advantages for RVing travel, where storage space and cargo capacity are at a premium.
This fall, I was contacted and asked if I would like to test out and review Clearsource’s new compact model, the Mini Ultra. It looks like they also have a smaller, lighter version of their popular three-filter system. In part one of my review, I reviewed the filter features and build quality of the Ultra Mini and then gave you an off-grid demo.
Fair Disclosure: I received a review sample free of charge. I received no money and maintained full editorial control over the video content.
Ultra Mini Review – Part 1 Features & Demo
I’ll use the filter system for the next 3-4 months of desert boondocking and come back with part two, my longer-term review.