Imagine a water filtration system that increases your survival skill level. Before Oasis, other water filters were limited to single use case filtration – which actually can reduce your survival skill level.
Before Oasis, people might used a water filter in situations it wasn’t designed for. Oasis is the first adaptable modular filter so that it can handle different situations.
To be safe, you need a system that can adapt to different scenarios. Oasis means you can be prepared for whatever situation arises.
It’s a bit like upgrading your tires to rain tires, yes they offer better grip than before but then you would be mistaken to drive with rain tires into a snowstorm.
What’s unique about Oasis?
Oasis is adaptable. To make it work, Oasis team had to invent a genderless connection that would allow the filters to be exchangeable.
Oasis also does something unique by combining water filtration with the option for water enhancement. Enhancement means you can add minerals, vitamins, or fruit infusions to your drinking water.
That’s important because Oasis team found that some people will hydrate more often when they have the option to infuse the water with something delicious.
Who are the makers behind this product?
Daniel is a family man, who loves the outdoors. His job used to take him away from his family – so he put his heart into finding a solution to something he knew was needed.
In working with the team, he really wanted to emphasize quality and long term usability. Most importantly, he wanted to see that people learned more about how to make water safe and had the tools to do it.
Oasis is interesting because you can start out very cheaply and add modules later as you need them.
But actually, Daniel shared with me that most folks go for the larger kit right away – because a lot of them want that added insurance for different situations.
Who is the target market for this product?
Well, since Oasis can improve your survival skills by giving you the right filter for different situations…. Survivalists and ‘preppers’ are definitely one group that has rapidly adopted and supported Oasis approach.
However, when we were talking it occurred to me that water filters are often given as gifts. If the person buying it as a gift knew the difference between Oasis and other filters, they might choose Oasis as the better gift every time.
Daniel mentioned that you can slim down Oasis for everyday use at the gym, then add a module when you need to take it into the back country, and then if a disaster happens you can add yet another module to handle the severe scenarios.
That’s a great way to think about water filters as a survival skill enhancer, but also with a daily practical angle.
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