Sawyer Point Zero Two Purifier with Bucket Adapter

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With no pumping and no chemicals required, the Sawyer Point Zero Two(TM) water purifier with bucket adapter delivers 5 gal. of clean drinking water in under 45 min.

- REI

Sawyer Point Zero Two Purifier with Bucket Adapter kit - New - With no pumping and no chemicals required, the Sawyer Point Zero Two(TM) water purifier with bucket adapter delivers 5 gal. of clean drinking water in under 45 min. Simply install the purifier to nearly any plastic bucket (not included) and you're setup with a large-volume gravity purification system. 0.02-micron hollow fiber membrane purifier physically removes particles, protozoa, bacteria and viruses while maintaining a good rate of flow. All Sawyer water filters and purifiers exceed Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommendations for removal rates. Purifier is fully field maintainable to ensure a fast flow of water; includes a back wash syringe and a faucet adapter for thorough back washing in the field and at home. Sawyer Point Zero Two water purifier includes hollow fiber purifier, tubing, bucket adapter, hole cutter, faucet adapter, filter cleaner, filter hanger, and instructions. Plastic bucket not included.

- Massey's Outfitters

Sawyer Point Zero Two Purifier with Bucket Adapter

previously retailed for:
$89.93 - $168.99

The Sawyer Point Zero Two Purifier with Bucket Adapter is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 30, 2016 at REI.

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