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Sawyer Products Personal Water Bottle Filter
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- 34-ounce BPA free water bottle with 0.1 Micron absolute hollow fiber membrane inline filter
- Removes 99.99999% of all bacteria, such as salmonella, cholera and E.coli; removes 99.9999% of all protozoa, such as giardia and cryptosporidium
- Designed to have a high flow rate for easy access to fresh, clean water; easily field maintainable
- Includes 63mm cap, backwash syringe, and 2 replacement straws
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|Item Dimensions||12.75 x 4 x 4 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.35 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.11 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.55 pounds|
|Size||1 - liter|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
The Sawyer Personal Water Bottle Filter offers the highest level of filtration available, and the quality and assurance you can expect from Sawyer. The Hollow Fiber Membrane filter effectively removes bacteria such as Salmonella, Cholera and E Coli, as well as protozoa such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium, without adding harmful chemicals to the water.
Size: 1 - liter
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The bottle itself it nearly a liter so it holds more water than the other bottle type filters I've seen online or have tried out. More water is always a good thing when you move away from your water source. It does mean more weight though, so if you're an ultra lighter it might not be your thing. The flow rate is noticeably faster than other filters of similar type. Life straw for me was one of the hardest to pull water through, Ndur is not bad, but Sawyer is one of the quickest in my experience. That being said it still is slower than drinking out of a cup or a glass so if that's how you prefer to drink then I would recommend Sawyer's bag type filters systems so you can just filter the water into a cup or Nalgene bottle. This filter however is very convenient for every day use. Just pour water from the sink, fountain, or from the glass at the restaurant and I have immediately filtered water as I drink. No having to worry about a two handed operation of a bag and filter to pour into a separate container.
On a side note as an experiment I used the Sawyer bag filter system to filter the water I put into the Sawyer water bottle filter. It for whatever reason got rid of the small plastic taste and tasted super fresh. Might have been due to the extra bubbles as it was pouring it giving it more oxygen and not making it taste so flat. Either way nifty result.
The suction required to drink water isn't too excessive, and it can be squirted out into another bottle or cup (for say brushing teeth), although I found it harder to do than the guy in the Sawyer video.
The Amazon version has 3 straws and a hand plunger for back washing the filter.
The Limited Edition Water.org CamelBak Groove Water Bottle (Blue) by comparison supports a worthy cause
but I found that it does very little except for removing chemical taste if you read the fine print
on the web site.
The Sawyer SP140 bottle filters everything you would encounter in the US/Europe except for chemicals, read the
fine print on the website. I would not fill it from a waterhole in Africa, but would fill it from an
African city or lodge water supply claiming to be potable water. If there has been flooding you can always use a Katadyn tablet if you want to be absolutely virus free, when doing this I suggest removing the filter and adding a Nalgene wide mouth cap for the 4 hr treatment period. (Avoid iodine due to potential thyroid problems).
Tip:When sucking out water it's a lot easier if you loosen the top slightly. When squirting out water it's a
lot easier if the bottle is full.