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The best gravity filters in 2021: 27 top products

Here we have the top Best Gravity Filters of May 2021. Some we have tested ourselves, some we have researched feedbacks of 12,407 customers, in order to choose the best 27 products for you.

6. Sawyer Products SP160 One Gallon Gravity Water Filtration System w/Dual-Threaded Mini Filter

Product features

  • Easily create gravity-based water filtering system with 0.1 micron absolute dual-threaded Sawyer MINI water filter and 1-gallon reservoir
  • High-performance 0.1 Micron absolute inline filter fits in the palm of your hand and weighs just 2 ounces; 100% of MINI units individually tested three times to performance standards by Sawyer
  • Dual-threaded MINI allows you to use the flip top sports cap on the filter for easy on/off functionality; lightweight wide-mouth bladder for fast, easy filling; convenient carry handle
  • Versatile camping water filter system is great for travel, backcountry treks, emergency prepping, and disaster kits
  • Includes MINI Water Filter, 1-gallon bladder, cleaning plunger, cleaning coupling, and gravity hose with adapters


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