Sawyer Personal Water Bottle with Filter


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SP140 Sawyer Personal Water Bottle with Filter.
Use with the bottle, on a hydration pack or as an ultra light.
Lifetime Warranty - Removal Rate: 0.10 Micron Absolute!
Kit Includes:

  • One 34 oz BPA FREE Durable Water Bottle with a flip-top cap
  • One 0.10 Absolute Micron Water Filter
  • Two Replacement Drinking Straws
  • One Cleaning Syringe
Cleaning and Maintenance Instructions
For the outdoor enthusiast or traveler that prefers to drink from a bottle, this is the system for you. You simply fill the bottle, drop in the filter and drink.
The rugged, but lightweight HDPE, bottle makes it great to reduce weight while hiking.
The flip top cap also fits a standard hard bottle for the times when you prefer those. You can also splice this filter directly in-line on your drink tube of your hydration bladder, attach a drink tube and drink directly from a water source or use it in a gravity feed system for group applications.
Unlike most pump style filters, this filter does not have an activated carbon core so the beneficial ingredients in an electrolyte replenishment solution will not be filtered out of your bottle.
With 98% of the water flow passing through the hollow fiber membranes, it is a very fast flowing filter.
The design of the filter allows you to back wash it with the enclosed syringe and reuse it over and over again, thus virtually making this the last filter you will ever need to buy as long as you follow the care and use instructions.
*Filters water with the highest level of filtration available, 0.10 Micron Absolute, other than our 0.02 Micron Absolute filters

Shipping Weight: 10.1oz

Biological Filtration: removes 7 log (99.99999%) of all bacteria like salmonella, cholera, and E. coli. And 6 log (99.9999%) of all Protozoa such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium. You will find these removal rates to equal or exceed competitive options. EPA guidelines allow ten times more Protozoa left in the water than we allow.

Inadequate sanitation and contaminated water are the leading cause of illness in travelers. To protect yourself, consider your drinking water carefully. Travelers should allow at least a half gallon of water per person per day. Water used for brushing your teeth and washing your food should also be included.

The Risks?
Under treated water can harbor microorganisms such as viruses (polio, hepatitis), bacteria (cholera, salmonella, streptococcus), and parasites (Giardia lamblia, Cryptosporidium). Exposure to these organisms can cause serious illness, and in some cases may be fatal.


 Area Diseases

Indian Subcontinent

Cholera, Salmonella, Hepatitis A & E, Amebiasis


Salmonella, Hepatitis A & E, Giardiasis, Amebiasis

Mexico, Central and South America

Salmonella, Amebiasis, Giardiasis, Hepatitis E

Russia and former USSR



Cholera, Salmonella, Giardiasis

To be safe, water in these areas should always be treated,
even in developed areas.