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The 10 Best Water Filters to Buy for Home and Outdoor Use in 2021

Having access to clean water is a fundamental human right. And water is not something we should take for granted. Sure, it’s nice to mindlessly trust the H2O coming out of your tap, but do you really think that your drinking water is clean? Nope. This is why a water filter is a must-have kitchen appliance. Not only does the best water filter safeguard you from contaminants, but it also helps enhance the taste and smell of water. Fortunately, there are a plethora of water filters that you can include in your kitchen or emergency kit list. Here are our top picks for 2021.

Best Water Filter for RVs, Hotels, and More: Sawyer Products SP134 TAP Water Filtration System

This easy-to-use filter can be popped onto almost any standard faucet that you’d find in a kitchen, motel, RV, and beyond, so it’s perfect for travel in uncertain times (and uncertain places). It can even be screwed onto a hose or outdoor spigot for clean water anywhere you have a water source.

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