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Instantly turn faucet water into filtered water with this brilliant $40 device

  • If you want to ditch your water pitchers and never have to wait to drink filtered water again, we’ve got just the thing.
  • You should really check out the Sawyer TAP Water Filter, which attaches to just about any threaded faucet (or outdoor hose connection) and filters water as it’s dispensed.
  • Everyone knows the LifeStraw portable water filter that’s a best-seller for hiking and camping, but not everyone knows they can get a similar product for use in your home or RV.

The LifeStraw portable water filter is one of the most popular products on Amazon ahead of the holidays each year. Actually, it also happens to be on sale right now for just $15. The manufacturer says that by using this great portable filter, you can turn just about any water you come across outdoors into potable water that’s safe and refreshing. It’s basically a portable Brita filter!

But speaking of at-home water filters, so many people use pitchers in their houses so they can drink tap water without worrying about all the contaminants. Now, what if we told you there’s another option and you’ll never have to wait for your water pitcher to filter again? You should definitely check out the hot new TAP Water Filter from Sawyer, which is available right now at Amazon for just $39.95.

The brand Sawyer is known far and wide for its best-in-class water filter products. That said, this new model might be our favorite Sawyer filter yet. Just attach it to any threaded faucet in your home and you instantly have filtered water without having to wait for a pitcher. How well does it filter, you ask? According to Sawyer, the TAP removes 99.99999% of all bacteria including salmonella and E. coli, 99.9999% of all protozoa like giardia, and 100% of microplastics. It doesn’t get much better than that.

Continue reading more about this newly released Sawyer Tap Water Filter written by Maren Estrada here.


May 7, 2022

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