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Sawyer SP140 Personal Water Bottle with Filter blue

Sawyer SP140 Personal Water Bottle with Filter blue

The PointONE filter removes 99.99999% of all bacteria, such as salmonella, cholera and E.coli; removes 99.9999% of all protozoa, such as giardia and cryptosporidium All Sawyer water filters meet or exceed Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommended removal rates The included filter is designed to have a high flow rate so you can get fresh, clean water from your bottle easily and instantly. Our filters are fully field maintainable and with the included backwash syringe, you can always ensure a fast flow of water. We think the bottle we’ve included is pretty sweet, but just in case you don’t we’ve design the cap in standard 63mm, to fit on most other wide-mouth water bottles. Sawyer Water Treatment filter bottle comes with a Million Gallon Guarantee = virtually no need to ever replace the filter cartridge.

  • 0.1 Micron absolute hollow fiber membrane inline filter with 34-ounce BPA free water bottle, 63mm cap, backwash syringe, 2 replacement straws and instructions
  • Filter removes 99.99999% of all bacteria, such as salmonella, cholera and E.coli; removes 99.9999% of all protozoa, such as giardia and cryptosporidium
  • Use filter with water bottle, on a hydration pack, or as an ultra light filter option; also includes 63mm cap, backwash syringe, and 2 replacement straws
  • Polypropylene and polyethylene material is easily field maintainable
  • Backed by a manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty

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  1. 105 of 106 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pricey, but worth it!, March 16, 2014
    Amazon Customer (Virginia, USA) –

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    Like most of you, I was going back and forth between the Berkey and Sawyer sport bottles, so I purchased both so I could do a side-by-side test. The Berkey model was the Sport Berkey Portable Water Purifier (ASIN: B0026OKYPE, Item Model Number: GSPRT), and the Sawyer Personal 1 Liter Water Bottle Filter (ASIN: B00CHRGCUQ). I will include this same review with each product (Berkey is listed first throughout for consistency, NOT because of preference).

    Did a blind taste test between both filter bottles and commercial bottled water, and no one in my family could tell the difference between the three. They were able to identify our tap water by smell alone, so both filter bottles did exceptionally well cleaning out the chlorine & other crap in our water. I have tried both bottles on well water, “garden hose” water, and all types of municipal water, and each bottle removes all traces of taste. I have NOT tested it on pond water or rain runoff, though I suspect they would both do great in those instances as well.

    For the bottle measurements: both are 11 inches tall. The Berkey is 2-1/2 inches in diameter; the Sawyer 3-1/4 inches. I’ve noticed that the Sawyer is too large to fit into some car cup holders. Due to the displacement of the filter elements, the Berkey holds 22 ounces (650 ml) when filled; the Sawyer 32 ounces (946 ml). When filled, the Berkey weighs 1 pound, 10.3 ounces (745 grams); the Sawyer weighs 2 pounds, 5 ounces (1048 grams). Not very heavy, but I’ve noticed that the Sawyer can get rather cumbersome on long hikes.

    Leakage: When opened, BOTH the Berkey and the Sawyer leaked – the straw is full of water all the way to the filter element in the bottom of the bottle, and there is no check valve in the straw. When held upside down, the Berkey leaks a bit more than the Sawyer (due to the design of the filter elements, I suspect). With the tops closed, neither leaked, even when I squeezed the bottles (reading some other reviews, your results may vary!).

    Drinkability: No problems drinking from either bottle. I can get water by either sucking on the straw, squeezing the bottle, or doing both simultaneously. With the Berkey, I generally squeeze more, and with the Sawyer, I usually suck more. The Sawyer is made with a thicker plastic that makes it a little more difficult to squeeze with one hand. Since the plastic is thicker, it takes a little more effort to get a gulp and takes longer for the squeezed plastic to bounce back to its original shape (thus delaying that second gulp a bit).

    Other: Both fit comfortably in my hand, though I can grasp the Berkey a little better (smaller diameter bottle). For portability, the Berkey lid features a convenient finger ring; with the Sawyer, there’s a small hole that you can use to attach a lanyard. On both models, the straw sometimes gets caught under the lid when opening, requiring you to pull it out with your fingers; this can be messy with the Berkey because sometimes the straw will be full of water, and you’ll dribble onto yourself (or whatever happens to be next to the bottle). After drinking, you have to make sure that the water goes back down the straw before closing the top. Also, the Berkey does not come with any accessories; the Sawyer comes with replacement straw tips and a backwash kit (the Sawyer backwash kit will also fit the Berkey, but don’t tell them I told you!)…

    Summary: I love both the Berkey and the Sawyer. The Berkey holds a little less water than the Sawyer but is lighter and fits in cup holders better. The Berkey leaks a little more than the Sawyer but I can drink faster from it. The Berkey has a convenient finger ring, but the Sawyer is constructed from sturdier plastic. The Berkey is considerably cheaper than the Sawyer but does not have a flush kit.

    Bottom line: if you drink a lot of bottled water, either of these will fit the bill to help you reduce waste and save money – mine paid for themselves after one round-trip flight: dumped the bottle out before going through airport security & filled it up once past security in the bathroom in the terminal – that’s at least $4 saved every time you don’t have to buy the airport’s overpriced bottled water – just be mindful of cabin pressure changes if you drink from the bottle while in flight (I also take it into the movie theater with me – as long as it’s empty, it does not qualify as “outside food or drink”)! I plan to buy a couple more Berkey bottles for everyday use (due to their low cost) while keeping the Sawyer in my disaster kit (since I can use the backwash kit on the Berkeys as well).


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  2. 23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome filtration with a significant modification, July 18, 2014
    George Atwood (Willits (Norcal) CA. USA) –

    My Wife used this filter with a very significant modification (see below) throughout her 5 week trekking adventure in the Northern Highlands of Peru this summer (it was winter there). The filter performed flawlessly, In fact, it enabled her to drink any and all water she came across during her trip without ever boiling or using chemicals. The bottle however -just like other similar bottles- has one major flaw which my modification fixed. The flaw is that it’s not possible to get all of the water out of a rigid plastic bottle with a filter hanging inside of it that isn’t flexible and does not reach the bottom of the bottle. There will always be some water remaining in the bottle that you can only access by removing the filter and drinking the unfiltered water directly from the mouth of the bottle. MY FIX — I tossed the blue plastic bottle that came with the filter and replaced it with a Nalgene soft canteen water bag. The Sawyer filter top screwed directly onto the Nalgene, same threads. With the soft sided clear plastic Nalgene, you can see the water and scrunch the bag to get the end of the filter straw to the last remaining drops of water. This is a big deal if water is a precious commodity!

    The other thing is that she was traveling with a group, and most of the others had all kinds of problems with their water system. Some units just failed completely. Some became increasingly difficult to draw water through, to the point it was serious effort in 2-3 cases. And other people were getting stomach illness’s from the water because their water filtration just wasn’t doing the job adequately. She said out of 25 people or so, several were ill each day. She had no problems what-so-ever. No illness, no system failure, and no difficulty drawing water through the straw. One of the best buys ever, because good water is the most critical thing. If you don’t know that, you just haven’t found out yet.


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  3. 11 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Inadequate Water Flow & Customer Support Resolution, July 9, 2013
    Amazon Customer (NYC) –

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    Like other Reviewers, I did a fair amount of research before zeroing in on this Sawyer product. It seemed like an ideal product however I was disappointed for 3 reasons. First, while I could suck water out of the straw, the water only dribbled out when the bottle was squeezed. As a result, it was completely useless when I was camping. I e-mailed Customer Support when I returned from camping and their terse answer was that the bottle had to be held in a horizontal position. I tried that and got virtually the same results. Second, I bought this bottle for camping and there were the usual number of crawling insects around the campsite. The bottle however has a very short 1 1/2″ straw which must be removed before closing the cap, which after closing will presumably stop insects from crawling into the water opening. However, you have to handle the straw with your (clean/unclean?)hands as you insert / remove the straw every time you want to use the bottle. It is like sticking your fingers into your mouth. Perhaps I could have lived with this if water had squeezed out more than a mere trickle or two. Third, I was open to considering an alternative (and even more expensive) Sawyer product because I liked Sawyer’s approach however their e-mail support was so unhelpful and unprofessional that the decision to look for another product was obvious and the only sensible course of action. Too bad. I wanted to like Sawyer.


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