Reddit Reddit reviews Sawyer Products SP122 3-Way Inline Water Filter

We found 6 Reddit comments about Sawyer Products SP122 3-Way Inline Water Filter. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Sawyer Products SP122 3-Way Inline Water Filter
0.1 Micron absolute hollow fiber membrane inline filterRemoves 99.99999% of all bacteria, such as salmonella, cholera, and E.coli; removes 99.9999% of all protozoa, such as giardia and cryptosporidiumHousing material made from food grade ABS plastic is light in weight at 3 ounces dry and easily field maintainableNo residual chemical tastesBacked by a manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty
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6 Reddit comments about Sawyer Products SP122 3-Way Inline Water Filter:

u/HeyRememberThatTime · 3 pointsr/Ultralight

The 3-Way is one of Sawyer's older models that has quick connects on either end. I love those Platypus Big-Zip bags, which use quick connects for their hose attachments already. So I just repurposed an old Camelbak bag that I didn't like for the dirty reservoir, and hooked the filter up between them. Then you just let gravity do all the work (as long as you make sure to purge the air from the filter and hoses first).

You can do the same thing with the Mini right out of the box with the hose barb fittings on either end. Or you can get screw-on hose barb adapters for the Squeeze that do the same thing. And if I were doing it from scratch now that's probably what I'd do.

u/disgustipated · 2 pointsr/CampingandHiking

I use my Sawyer 3-way on hydro packs all the time. I spliced it into the tubing and use Sawyer's quick disconnects that came with the filter.

u/realslacker · 2 pointsr/camping

I use this one in line with my water bladder. It works great, I just fill my bladder with dirty water and drink.

u/ColdPorridge · 1 pointr/backpacking

Hey sorry to necro this, but do you need a hydration pack to use this? Going to be doing a lot of hiking next summer - I've always carried water in for most of my trips, as they're usually only a few days, but it's about time I convert to a filter I think. What is the flow rate with this? I was looking at the quick release version, seemed to get outstanding reviews:

u/mistawac · 1 pointr/hiking

Day One I'll have about 35 lbs (15.45 kg) of weight. This is my first time so there are probably several items in there I'll never take with me again, but I'd like to try 'em out once; I also have a shit sleeping bag that desperately needs upgraded. If you want specs, just ask and I'll happily share my spreadsheet!

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