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Sawyer Micro Squeeze Water Filtration System

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Item # 050716021295 :: 4 available.
Expected To Ship on 10/02/2023

Enjoy clean and safe drinking water wherever you roam with the ultra-compact, lightweight, reusable Sawyer Micro Squeeze Water Filtration System — from backcountry adventures to everyday office work and from domestic and international travel to emergency prepping. With a total field weight of 2 ounces, this tiny filter fits in the palm of your hand. While small in size, the powerful Micro Squeeze removes 99.99999% of bacteria (salmonella, cholera and E. coli), 99.9999% of protozoa (cryptosporidium and giardia), and 100% of microsplastics — exceeding EPA recommendations for removal rates. Attach the Micro Squeeze to the included drinking pouch, use the included straw to drink directly from your water source, connect it to your hydration pack tubing, or screw it onto standard disposable bottles (28mm thread). Made of a strong, softer material, the included 32-ounce (1-liter) Squeeze Pouch is half the weight of the standard 32-ounce Sawyer Squeeze Pouch and features a redesigned gusset for easy filling and stability. The Sawyer Micro Squeeze is rated up to 100,000 gallons. It comes with a 32-ounce reusable squeeze pouch, drinking straw, cleaning coupling, spare gasket, and cleaning plunger.

Key Features

  • 1 32 ounce Collapsible Pouches
  • Cleaning Coupling
  • Drinking Straw
  • Micro Squeeze Filter with Push/Pull Cap
  • Backwashing Plunger
  • Spare Gasket


LONGEVITY up to 100 000 Gallons
VOLUME Includes 32 oz pouch
FILTER MATERIAL Hollow Fiber Membrane
REMOVES Bacteria Protozoa and Cysts including E. Coli giardia vibrio cholere Salmonella typhi and microplastics
BEST USES Hiking backpacking ultralight backpacking camping emergency preparedness