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    CLOSED: MSR Miniworks EX water filter

    I have a MSR Miniworks EX water filter that I'd like to sell. I used it on one trip to filter exactly 8 liters of water. It is in like new condition and includes the hose with pre-filter attachment. I'm re-listing this filter after a previous sale fell through.

    $50 shipped in the lower 48

    Email me if interested
    jdlaps@gmail.com

    Photos of the filter



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    Great price for a fantastic filter. Not for the ultralight fanatics but totally dependable. It's too bad that I already have one or I might have been tempted. Good luck on the sale.

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    Why do you want to sell it? Have you found a better one? I have been looking at water filters for a while and was leaning towards katadyn.
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    The filter is great and the output volume is really good. The nice thing about the Miniworks is how easy it is to clean. I wanted something a little lighter so I upgraded to a MSR MIOX filter.

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    i also have this filter and its very good i went with a ahe gravity filter much lighter 4.7 oz i think.
    i do not remember the question, however i believe beer is the answer

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