MSR MiniWorks EX Ceramic Water Filter

MSR MiniWorks EX Ceramic Water Filter

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Product Highlights:

  • Long lasting
  • Field maintainable
  • Easy maintenance
  • AirSpring accumulator

MSR MiniWorks EX Ceramic Water Filter Features

MSR MiniWorks EX Ceramic Water Filter
The MSR MiniWorks EX Ceramic Water Filter is the complete filter for all your hydration necessities, when out on the road. This product's ceramic element provides a great degree of durability and ensures that you get safe and pure water, even with heavy usage. It is easy to keep up, as it can completely disassembled without the use of any tools, so you can clean it thoroughly. The AirSpring accumulator provides for immediate use, as it pumps nearly .264 gallons per minute, meaning that you've always got fresh water, even when time is at a premium. Since this product is compact, you can tuck it away with rest of your camping gear and carry it wherever you go. Thanks to the MSR MiniWorks EX Ceramic Water Filter, you've always got a supply of fresh drinking water no matter where you are.

This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.

The MSR MiniWorks EX Ceramic Water Filter is commonly used for Hiking/Camping, Water Bottles and more. The MSR MiniWorks EX Ceramic Water Filter is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Avid Adventurer, Casual/ Recreational among others. The MSR MiniWorks EX Ceramic Water Filter is popular because customers like the following qualities of the MSR MiniWorks EX Ceramic Water Filter: Good Quality, Lightweight, Easy to Use, Compact.

Key Features

  • The MiniWorks EX is the best-selling filter on the market, delivering long-lasting, fully field-maintainable water filtration
  • Its durable ceramic element ensures protection, pumps water for years, and can be cleaned repeatedly for full recovery, with no tools required for complete disassembly
  • The MiniWorks is also lightweight and compact
  • Its innovative AirSpring Accumulatorb makes it capable of pumping one liter of water per minute
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