We drink lots of water in our home but knowing that our tap water is less than perfect, not only is there the risk for bacteria but sometimes it smells downright fishy and sometimes it smells like chlorine. So, we buy bottle water instead. It is more expensive and creates lots of unnecessary waste. Being a parent I want my little girl to drink water that is free of bacteria and other harmful elements that could end up in the city water. We received a ZeroWater pitcher for review and I’m very happy to share our wonderful experience with this product!
ZeroWater offers pitchers and filtration systems that filters your tap water through 4 technologies to remove the yucky dissolved solids in the water. The first layer is activated carbon and oxidation reduction alloy that removes the chlorine taste. The Ion Exchange removes virtually all dissolved solids that could be leftover from public water systems or even come from the piping like Aluminum, Lead, Zinc, Nitrate and more. Then there are three additional stages of filtration it goes through to remove other impurities and ensures your water gets treated so it can give you a 000 reading on your TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) meter.
Using the ZeroWater pitcher is really easy and takes only a short 10-15 minutes to do. All you have to do is fill it with your tap water with the filter in place, the water will quickly go through the filtration process and the pitcher will start to fill. I leave the faucet on a slower setting while it fills so it gives our ZeroWater pitcher time to filter it. In a matter of minutes the pitcher is full and the water is ready to drink.
You can taste the difference and it’s just as good as the expensive bottled water I used to buy! Using our ZeroWater pitcher is saving us money because I no longer buy bottled water and we don’t have all that waste that bottled water creates. Most importantly, it is so much healthier for my family than tap water. The ZeroWater pitcher comes with a TDS meter, our water read at an acceptable range of 118, while that is good as far as tap water goes I would certainly rather have the 000 reading that I get using my ZeroWater pitcher! I tested and compared and here were my results from the TDS monitor –
I love having the TDS monitor because it lets me test our pitcher to be sure it is filtering and giving a 000 reading. If it hits 006 than I know its time to replace the filter. The top of the pitcher has a place to put the TDS monitor which is nice because it’s right there when you want to test.
The pitcher holds 10-cups of water and doesn’t’ take up too much space in the fridge. Plus, you can pour from the spout or use the spout which is nice when you don’t feel like taking the entire pitcher out. I love knowing my family is drinking clean water and how easy it is to use, every household should have one and at only $34.99 for the 10-cup pitcher its a small price to pay to know your family is drinking clean pure water.
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The ZeroWater 10-cup pitcher (includes 1 pitcher, 1 filter, 1 TDS meter, and coupons!) is available at www.zerowater.com for $34.99. Plus, use the code blog15 and you’ll receive $15 off a 10-Cup pitcher!
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