3 Way Water Filter

3 Way Water Filter

SP122

Price: AU $ 85.53

This convenient filter can be used

as an inline filter on a hydration pack,

a pre-filter with the included faucet adapter,

or using a simple gravity system.

Check out the versatility of uses!

 

 

Features:

  • Insert the filter inline into your existing hydration pack drink tube (sold separately), fill your reservoir with dirty water and simply drink away with trusted assurance of our PointONE filter
  • Or, drink directly from a fresh water source by simply attaching a drinking tube (sold separately) to the filter then putting the filter in the dirty water
  • Not sure about the quality of water on your international trip? Attached the Sawyer 3 Way filter to almost any faucet worldwide.
  • The PointONE 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
  • All Sawyer water filters exceed Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommended removal rates

Includes:

  • Sawyer PointONE™ 0.10 Absolute Micron Inline Water Filter
  • Faucet Adapter
  • Hydration Pack Assembly Kit
  • Cleaning and Maintenance Instructions

Technical Specifications

Filter Material: Hollow fiber

Removes: Bacteria, protozoa, E. Coli, giardia, vibrio cholerea, Salmonella typhi
Filter Life: Lifetime Warranty
Compatibility: Water bottles, inline hydration pack, straw, drink tube, faucet

Weight: 1.8 oz

Recommended Use: international travel, hiking, backpacking, ultralight backpacking, camping, emergency preparedness

Product #: [SP122]

Made in USA.

UPC: 0-50716-00122-8

 

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Sawyer Australia
Yankul PTY LTD
PO BOX 348
Lancelin, Western Australia, 6044
info@sawyeraustralia.com.au

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