Sawyer PointONE™ Faucet Water Filter

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This commercial version of the filter and faucet adapter can be purchased from an authorized Sawyer International Dealer abroad.This option gives you the ability to use the Sawyer PointONE™ 0.10 Absolute Micron Water Filter attached to your home faucet. The “build your own gravity system” can yield over 1800 liters of clean water per day from any fresh water source.


  • Durable, lightweight, and collapsible
  • Attaches directly to faucet
  • Life expectancy of more than 3 million liters


  • 1 – Sawyer 0.1 Absolute Micron Hollow Fiber Membrane Filter
  • 1 – Faucet Adapter
  • 1 – Cleaning Syringe

Technical Specifications

Product #: [SP281]

Made in USA.

Product Downloads:

  • +Do I need the pointONE Filter™ or the PointZERO TWO Purifier™?

    To play it safe you can always take the pointZERO TWO purifier, but people in their natural environments typically only need bacterial protection because they build up immunity overtime to the viruses they have been exposed to.

  • +What is the difference between the PointONE™ and Point ZEROTWO™ Filtration Systems and how do I know which to use?

    First, Sawyer’s filters and purifiers are rated in Absolute Microns. This means there is no pore size larger than 0.1 or 0.02 micron in size on the PointONE™ and PointZEROTWO™ respectively. This means that it is impossible for harmful bacteria, protozoa, or cysts like E. coli, Giradia, Vibrio cholerae and Salmonella typhi (which cause Cholera and Typhoid) to pass through the Sawyer filters and purifiers. At 7 log (99.99999%) the filter attains the highest level of filtration available today. The PointZEROTWO™ filter removes both bacteria and viruses.

    Sawyer PointONE™ Filtration

    The PointONE™ filtration system is usually all you would need unless you are traveling internationally (developing countries) where waterborne viruses such as hepatitis and/or Polio are present. This system removes all harmful pathogens from your water.

    Sawyer PointZEROTWO™ Purifier

    If viruses are an issue, we offer the PointZeroTWO™ Purifier (0.02 micron absolute pores), the first and thus far only portable purification device to physically remove viruses which it does at a >5.5 log (99.9997%) rate, exceeding EPA and NSF recommendations. Due to the significantly higher level of filtration, PointZEROTWO’s flow rate is considerably slower than the PointONE™ filters.

    North America vs. Third World Countries

    In North America we do not have concerns about viruses in our water. They simply cannot survive. Viruses derive from contaminated human sewage and die shortly after entering a body of water. In Third World countries outbreaks have occurred due to poor treatment of sewage. Sewage without viruses can be handled by the PointONE™ filter. The only viruses with the potential to survive in water are hepatitis (which is rare) and Polio (which is extremely rare). You can contact CDC for information on virus outbreaks in areas for which you are traveling.

  • +Filter Compatibility

    The Sawyer Squeeze Filter

    The Sawyer Squeeze Filter can be used in conjunction with a hydration pack. Please see video Sawyer Squeeze with Hydration Pack using Inline Adapter and Sawyer Squeeze with Fast Fill Adapters.

    The Sawyer Squeeze Filter with Water Bottles

    The Sawyer Squeeze Filter can also be used on water bottles when you are unsure whether or not it is safe to drink the water.

    The Sawyer Inline Filter

    This convenient filter can be used as an inline filter on a hydration pack, a pre-filter for an existing pump system, with the provided faucet adapter, or with a gravity bag.

  • +What is the difference between the pointONE Filter™ and PointZERO TWO Purifier™?

    The pointONE Filter™ has a 0.1 micron absolute pore size and therefore will remove all bacteria and protozoa such as Giardia, Cryptosporidium, Cholera and Typhoid. The PointZERO TWO Purifier™ has a 0.02 micron absolute pore size and therefore will remove all viruses like Hepatitis A in addition to bacteria and protozoa.

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