Bottle and Inline Water Filters

Brands

CamelBak
Aquamira
Sawyer
LifeStraw
Katadyn
EcoUsable
Grayl
Geigerrig
Drink Safe Systems
Bota of Boulder

Price

less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 and above

Recent Bottle/Inline Water Filter Reviews

LifeSaver Systems Lifesaver Cube Jug

Just to note again: The company has withdrawn this product: PRODUCT WARNING- failure of virus removal. This company is now in Receivership. Any users or customers should visit the website — http://www.lifesaversystems.com/ — for the official product warnings: As part of LIFESAVER Systems Ltd (“LIFESAVER”) product monitoring and accreditation systems, LIFESAVER has received independent laboratory test results based on NSF Protocol 231 in relation to Bacteria, Cyst and Virus removal from… Full review

LifeSaver Systems LifeSaver Bottle

The company has withdrawn this product: PRODUCT WARNING- failure of virus removal This company is now in Receivership. Any users or customers should visit the website — http://www.lifesaversystems.com/ — for the official product warnings: As part of LIFESAVER Systems Ltd (“LIFESAVER”) product monitoring and accreditation systems, LIFESAVER has received independent laboratory test results based on NSF Protocol 231 in relation to Bacteria, Cyst and Virus removal from drinking water on the… Full review

Sawyer MINI Water Filter

rated 5 of 5 stars Worked great, took up very little pack space, very light, easy to use. I used this on a two-day (20-mile) trip down the Eleven Point River in SE MO. I usually use chlorine tablets to purify my water in the backcountry, but waiting 4 hours is a bit inconvenient so I decided to try a Sawyer Mini. Plain and simple, it worked great. The water flowed through it quite easily without a lot of squeezing and struggling. The reviews that I read complained about the water bag that comes with the filter being… Full review

Sawyer MINI Water Filter

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Sawyer Mini is an excellent lightweight, compact, and reliable solution for filtering water at a very reasonable price. A $25 investment can help reduce the need to pack in all of your water and subsequently lower the weight of your pack. I bought my Mini Squeeze to reduce my pack weight and volume compare to my MSR Miniworks. While I really like the MSR and its ability to pump out of puddles and such, its 16 ounces and size can eat up a lot of space in a small pack. The MSR pump can also be… Full review

LifeSaver Systems LifeSaver Bottle

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Well, I bought this item with some excitement thinking this was my answer to using chemical tablets and boiling. Was I wrong. I read all the positive reviews and watched the videos and thought this was my answer to hiking in the wilds and minimizing weight. When I got the item I followed the instructions to the letter primed etc and noticed small deposits of carbon from the filter passing and settling at the bottom of a test glass, but put this down to it being new. Went away for the weekend and… Full review

Sawyer MINI Water Filter

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Best for solo use. Can easily be used as an online filter on a Camelbak type system, although drinking then requires more effort. The Sawyer Mini is my first water purification system, although I have used and seen many others that fellow hikers have had. The Sawyer Mini is a great device that can be used at base camp for filling water bottles or attached to a large water bladder for community use. I had first tried this out as an in-line filter on my Camelbak, but quickly found out that did not… Full review

Sawyer MINI Water Filter

rated 5 of 5 stars Very lightweight, small to pack, and best of all very low effort required to replenish your water supply. Low maintenance and low effort are a must while backpacking. Filter performs as advertised. Water quality was never an issue, filter backflow was very easy to do. I downsized from the full size Sawyer filter to the Mini to save space more than anything else and had same level of satisfaction.  Have used other pump style filters and find this much easier and faster. Refill time on a liter of… Full review

CamelBak Groove

rated 5 of 5 stars A wonderful product to help you go Green and reduce the carbon footprint. Great for brisk walking, urban hiking, and shorter day hikes. Would highly recommend it for everyone to help reduce the purchase of bottled water. I have also read many on-line reviews that you can take it empty with you through the TSA checkpoint and refill it once you pass through the checkpoint and avoid getting ripped off by over-priced concessionaires at the airport. I was fortunate enough to be a winner of the Camelbak… Full review

Sawyer MINI Water Filter

rated 5 of 5 stars I like the ease of filtering and drinking. Never thought I would use a filter. Expensive, bulky, and subject to clogging, at least this is what I thought. I have been reading the blogs of a couple of AT thru hikers and the Sawyer Mini seemed to be a standard issue item. When I reordered chlorine dioxide drops I bought one of these to try. It was real nice being able to drink water at every wet spot and stream. My son and I carried used soda bottles and would fill them at a stream or small trickle… Full review

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