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Sawyer Tap Filter

Some days we may take clean drinking water for granted. In the event of accidental pollution, unpredictable natural disasters, boil advisories, or when traveling overseas, it is a good idea to have a compact emergency water filtration system readily available to produce fast clean water. Sawyer is well known for their water filter’s durability and reliability. Now you can experience clean water from your own tap, with their renowned water filter, the Tap Filter. The Tap Filter allows people to enjoy 99.999% bacteria-free water through the faucets in your home, making access to clean, safe drinking water more feasible than ever.

The Tap Filter is incredibly robust and developed for long-term use. The Tap Filter filters up to 500 gallons of water a day without the need for expensive replacement cartridges, unlike other water filters on the market. Users can easily maintain their Tap Filter through basic upkeep, simply backwash the filter when the self-regulating rubber seal detaches from the faucet, indicating cleaning is needed. Simply backwash the filter with the included attachments and you’re safe to keep filtering. With the Tap Filter, you can have peace of mind knowing that the water you and your family are drinking is clean and safe.

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