Sawyer Products Squeezable Pouch for Sawyer Squeeze Filter and Mini Water Filtration Systems
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- Set of three 16-ounce replacement pouches for Sawyer Squeeze Water Filter System
- Durable, lightweight, and collapsible for easy portability
- Can easily be filled in any lake or river, and under a faucet
- Attach directly to Sawyer water filter for direct drinking or filtering into containers
- Great for hiking, backpacking, ultralight backpacking, camping, and emergency preparedness
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Attaches directly to the Sawyer MINI, Micro Squeeze, and Squeeze water filters
Since 1984, Sawyer Products has offered some of the best, most technologically advanced solutions for protection against sun, bugs, water, and injuries — everything from first aid kits developed for wilderness to point-of-use water filters that filter contaminated water to levels cleaner than U.S. bottled water.
Carry More Water
Squeezable Pouches for Sawyer Water Filters
Add more water carrying capacity to your Sawyer water filters with these multi-pack replacement pouches, compatible with the Sawyer MINI, Micro Squeeze, and Squeeze water filters — simply fill them with water from lakes, rivers, or under faucets.
Great for hiking, backpacking, ultralight backcountry treks, camping, and emergency preparedness, these ultra lightweight pouches can be collapsed and rolled up for easy portability.
Pouches come in three options:
- Set of three 16-ounce pouches
- Set of three 32-ounce pouches
- Set of two 64-ounce pouches
|MINI Water Filter||Micro Squeeze Water Filter||Squeeze Water Filter||Dual-Threaded MINI|
|Compatible Sawyer Water Filters (28mm threaded caps)||The classic 0.1 micron MINI can be used with pouches, disposable water bottles, hydration packs, or the included straw||Ultra-compact 0.1 micron filter fits in the palm of your hand; attaches to drinking pouch, standard water bottles, and more||Versatile 0.1 micron filter ensures access to clean water anywhere in the world; comes in personal, hydration pack, and group models||Allows you to screw the push/pull cap onto the filter for easy on/off functionality and water flow control|
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|More from Sawyer||Advanced filtration and purification made easy — 0.1 micron filter with innovative foam membrane bottle for safe, clean drinking water||Long-lasting repellent effective against flies, ticks, and mosquitoes — including Zika-transmitting Aedes Aegypti (Yellow Fever Mosquito)||Repellent for use on clothing, tents, sleeping bags, and other outdoor gear; effective against mosquitoes, ticks, chiggers, and mites for up to 6 weeks||Odorless, non-greasy, and family-friendly repellent formula with 20% DEET; effective against ticks and all mosquitoes||Prevent blisters and hot spots; use for hiking, walking on the job, jogging, and all athletic activities||Reusable pump kit extracts venom and poisons from the bites and stings of snakes, bees, and more|
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1) Some reviewers suggest that Sawyer’s collapsible water bags are very difficult to fill, unless there is a strong flow of water. The simple way to ensure that the bottle fills easily, regardless of whether there is strong water flow or not, is to “inflate” the bottle before presenting it to the water supply - by blowing into it as if you were blowing up a balloon.
Of course this advice comes with the caveat that your mouth will come into contact with the bottle’s outlet, which may carry contamination from previous fillings with unfiltered water. Only the user in the particular circumstance involved can decide whether there might be any risk
2) It has been suggested that the threads of the Sawyer filter are the same as those of other makes of collapsible bottle such as Platypus,
and of various plastic drink bottles.
I cannot comment on the use of plastic drink bottles, but I can say definitively, that the threads of Platypus collapsible bottles are NOT exactly the same as those of the Sawyer Mini.
Although a Platypus will actually screw onto the Sawyer, it will only do so with a very slight “cross threading”. In the case of the Platypus bottles I’ve tried, this resulted in a slight seepage of water from around the unfiltered “neck” side of the Sawyer. Meaning that unfiltered water
could easily end up in whatever filtered water container was being used at the time. The seepage increases when squeezing the Platypus in order to speed up liquid flow through the filter.
Personally I’ve not had any real problems in using Sawyer’s own bottles, although I find the 32oz. is much to be preferred over the 16oz.
The one small gripe I do have, and the distinct advantage a Platypus bottle would have, (assuming a perfect connection to the Sawyer could be made), is that the Platypus range includes a fully transparent bottle, so its content can be seen and inspected for any obvious debris or other matter. It also makes it easy to see whether the inside of the bottle has been properly cleaned and dried before long term storage.
Having asked if this is the case, I have not received any replies from seller
But the cap is not as tight as an ordinary water bottle, you need quite a bit of force to screw it strong enough that it won't leak. Do yourself a favor and make sure that the cap is screwed tight enough, by squeezing it with the cap on and looking for signs of any leak before putting it in your rucksack.
When ordering I hadn't realised that these come in packs of three. I thought the price was reasonable for one so was delighted to find three in the package. They have been known to split close to the screw cap with very regular or squeezing too hard, although Sawyer have worked hard to fix this issue and these are the updated design so time will tell. Carrying all three on the trail would be a good move and they only way very little and roll up to nothing.
If your water source is a distance away from your camp the two litre pouches come in very handy.