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Gear Review – Sawyer Mini Water Filter

I’ve owned Sawyer Mini Water filter for over 4 years now. It’s a part of my travel kit always. From jumping across airports or for months at a stretch on my motorcycle.

We typically consume at least 2L of water a day(if you don’t, you should!). I consider myself quite trash conscious, so I make it a point not to buy bottled water. Infrastructure in cities, makes this relatively easy. Airports, malls, hotels all have some form of drinking water on tap. But when you’re in the middle of nowhere, it isn’t the best idea to drink from a stream that you’re unsure of.

See the full review by Mak Aditya on Adventure Rider's website here.

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October 21, 2023

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