Sawyer 64 oz Squeezable Pouch – Set of 2

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The Sawyer SP114 Squeeze Water Filter Bottle – 2 Pack is a two pack of replacement pouches for the Sawyer Squeeze Water Filter System. These Sawyer pouches have a two liter capacity for holding water and can easily be filled in any lake or river, and under a faucet. The Sawyer SP114 attaches to the Sawyer filter to purify the drinking water. These pouches are able to be collapsed and rolled up for portability.

Features:

  • Durable, lightweight, and collapsible
  • Attaches directly to Sawyer squeeze filter

Includes:

  • Two 64 oz. pouches

Compatible With:

Technical Specifications

Compatibility: Sawyer squeeze filter
Packed Weight: 4 oz
Recommended Use: Hiking, backpacking, ultralight backpacking, camping, emergency preparedness
Product #: [SP114]

Made in USA.

UPC: 0-50716-00114-3

Product Downloads:

  • +Are the filters and purifiers tested and approved?

    Our filters and purifiers have been tested by independent and qualified research laboratories according to EPA standards for water filter and purifiers.

  • +My filter has little to no flow, what should I do?

    Initial Wetting

    Be sure to slowly squeeze the water through the filter, giving the filter fibers time to fully saturate. The initial flow rate may seem slow but will increase as fibers become wetted which usually takes approximately one Liter of water.

    Back Flushing Process

    To maximize the effectiveness and longevity of your filter, Sawyer recommends back flushing your filter after each outing. The fibers are very robust so please be FORCEFUL in your back flush process. When using the syringe do not be gentle, it will only form paths of least resistance instead blowing out the particulates that may be trapped in your filter. When using the faucet adapter, hold the adapter on the faucet and ‘turn the water up’ to ensure particle(s) removal. Do NOT use soap when backwashing your filter.

    Sanitation

    Before storing your filter, Sawyer recommends sanitizing your filter. This process is simple: Back flush filter. Run a standard bleach solution (fragrance free) through your filter (one cap of bleach per quart of water). Let air dry and then store in a cool, dry place OR store wet and clean before using.

    Non-backflushed Filters

    In case you forgot to back flush your filter after your last outing and flow seems to be little to diminished, soak the filter in hot tap water (not boiling) for about an hour and then back flush using hot tap water. REMEMBER to back flush FORCEFULLY! When using the syringe, do not be gentle, it will only form paths of least resistance instead of blowing out the particulates that may be trapped in your filter. When using the faucet adapter, hold the adapter on the faucet and ‘turn the water up’ to ensure particle(s) removal.

    Calcium Build Up

    (If after above steps your filter still seems to be clogged) Soak the filter in hot tap water for about an hour and then back wash using hot tap water. If this doesn’t work, it could be dried calcium. Soak the filter in vinegar for 1/2 hour and then flush with hot water. You may have to repeat this a few times to get it all the way clean. Make sure you back flush with all the force you can – hold the faucet adapter on the faucet and turn the water on. The filters are tough and can take more force than you can give with the faucet adapter.

  • +My pouch seems to be leaking water (holes in seams), how do I prevent this from happening in the future?

    Initial Wetting

    It is usually not the pouch causing the leak, it is usually the filter. Either the filter was not completely wetted at first point of use or too much pressure has been applied to pouch during filtration process. Be sure to slowly squeeze the water through the filter, giving the filter fibers time to fully saturate. The initial flow rate may seem slow, but will increase as fibers become wetted.

    Back Flushing Process

    Back flush your filter (better and more often) using your syringe. You cannot hurt the filter fibers, so please be FORCEFUL in your back flush process. When using the syringe, do not be gentle, it will only form paths of least resistance instead of blowing out the particulates that may be trapped in your filter.

    Filter Application

    Do not over tighten the filter on the pouch. Over tightening can cause the o-rings to embed into the threads or lodge into the opening of the pouch. If the o-ring is out of place you may not a have a tight seal and water could leak out the bottom of the filter. Please watch our video on Important Squeeze Filter Tips to better understand how to care for your squeeze bags. Until you learn the perfect balance of force and cleaning, we recommend bringing a backup pouch with you on your trip.

    Torn Pouches

    Before the pouches leave the factory, they are 100% air-tested. While they are rugged, these pouches are not indestructible. They tear as a result of too much pressure being applied. This happens when water is forced through the filter too fast or when your filter needs cleaning, which creates more resistance. Do not squeeze the pouch hard or wring the pouch. Torn pouches are not covered under the warranty.

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Squeeze Filter Helpful Hints

Sawyer 64 oz Squeezable Pouch – Set of 2 is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from weakness in this system I love the concept of this water filter but the bags fail pretty quickly.
Date published: 2014-11-06