Sawyer Squeeze Water Filter - 32 fl. oz.

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The Sawyer Squeeze water filter has a field weight of only 3 oz., and it makes filtering water as simple as filling a pouch and squeezing water into your mouth. No pills, no pumps and no wait.

  • Features

    • Simply fill up the included water pouch at a lake or stream, screw the hollow-fiber filter onto the pouch and squeeze the pouch to push the water through the filter
    • Includes a 32 fl. oz. pouch; collapsible pouches are made from durable Mylar foil and can be reused hundreds of times
    • Filter has a built-in push/pull cap so you can spray water straight into your mouth or use it to fill a water bottle; squeeze filter fills most water bottles in only 30 sec.
    • Hollow-fiber membrane 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
    • Use the included syringe to backflush the filter to maintain a high-flow rate
    • Filter will also fit the threads on most bottles of water that you buy at a grocery store
    • Sawyer Squeeze water filter comes with cleaning and maintenance instructions
    • Avoid freezing this filter; freezing may ruin the hollow-fiber membrane

    Made in USA.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backpacking

    Filter Type

    Squeeze

    Filter Medium

    Hollow-fiber membrane

    Removes/Destroys

    Protozoa And Bacteria

    Pump Force

    Not applicable

    Pump Strokes per Liter

    Not applicable

    Output

    1.7 liters per minute

    Housing Material

    ABS plastic

    BPA Free

    Yes

    Field Cleanable

    Yes

    Dimensions

    (Filter) 2 x 5 / (squeeze bag) 11 x 6 inches

    Weight

    3 ounces

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