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Sawyer MINI Water Filter · Blue

Sawyer MINI Water Filter · Blue

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At only two ounces, the Sawyer Mini Water Filter is an ultralight backpacker's best friend for water filtration. It’s one of the smallest and lightest options available and allows you to drink straight from a water source, or it can be attached to a bottle to sip from.

Key Features:

  • Pouch Included – Fill the 16oz reusable pouch with water from a stream or lake, thread on the filter, and then squeeze it into your water bottle or reservoir.

  • Bottle-Compatible – The threads of the filter fit most grocery store water or soda bottles and can also be used with other bottles or reservoirs by purchasing adapters.

  • Fast Flow – The hollow-fiber membrane allows water to flow quickly through the filter while you sip from it like a straw or squeeze water through from the pouch. It also includes a syringe you can use to backflush the filter to keep the flow rate up.

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1 x 5 in
Sawyer MINI Water Filter · Blue
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Eva Kortrey
Eva Kortrey
Verified camping & hiking expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

It removes 99% of bacteria from your water. It comes with a 16 ounce pouch to put your dirty water into before attaching the filtration system. I like to get a Smartwater from any gas station because the mini sawyer squeeze fits perfectly onto it. It only weighs 2 ounces.

Mike Smeaton (Griz)
Mike Smeaton (Griz)
Verified camping & hiking expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This filter is an economical option for filtering water on the go and while in camp. The filtering process is a hands on operation. Unlike the gravity feed systems that allow you to set and forget while the water is filtered.