Sawyer water filter MINI™ - SP128

Sawyer water filter MINI™ - SP128

Sawyer water filter MINI™ - SP128

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Sawyer water filter MINI™ - SP128

This amazing little filter weighs only 65 g an is fitting in the palm of your hand. The best ratio of weight, dimensions and performance. Drink directly as a straw, attach to Sawyer Squeeze Pouches, use inline, or attach to standard threaded bottles. The MINI uses the same exclusive 0.1 μm hollow fiber membrane filter used in Sawyer other filters. Although not quite as quick as the SP129 version, you will still be bowled over by the flowrate of this amazing little filter. The manufacturer guarantees a lifetime warranty.


Simply fill up the pouch at a lake, stream or river, screw the filter directly onto the pouch and

  • Squeeze the bag and filter water into your water bottle or container of choice.

  • Drink directly from the filter which has a built in cap for on/off functions.

  • Attach the filter onto most threaded water bottles including 2 litre bottles.

 

Kit includes

  • 1 - 1/2 Litre Lightweight Durable Collapsible Pouch

  • Sawyer 0.10 Absolute Micron Hollow Fiber Membrane Screw On/Off Water Filter

  • Cleaning syringe

  • Drinking straw

 

Life Expectancy: 100,000 Litre Guaranteed.

 


Watch video review by Black Owl Outdoors:



Read a useful review of Sawyer Mini filter on Keith Foskett’s blog here.

“If you look after the Mini, which essentially means back flushing when in the field regularly and not letting it freeze then there is no reason why it shouldn’t last your entire life.

That’s some claim but look at the figures. Sawyer claim the it will last for 100,000 gallons / 378540 litres. If you are lucky enough to find yourself hiking every day for the rest of your life and treating 5 litres of water every day, which is about average for me, then the Mini will last for 208 years.” Read more...