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Sawyer Mini Water Filter 4-Pack

Down to $59 for a pack of four water filtration systems, this is a rare deal for the personal water filter pick from our guide to the best gear for your bug out bag. The Sawyer Mini filters out bacteria and protozoa, and can be used directly in a water source or attached to a bottle. It requires little maintenance and is the smallest filter we tested. Typically a single water filter sells for $20 to $25 each, so this price of about $15 per filter is a notable discount. Whether you're preparing a survival kit, or traveling to a place where you may need to filter your own water, now is a nice time to save on four of these personal filters.

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