Tired of buying bottled water and spending a fortune? ZeroWater has a filtering system that will eliminate the cost of buying those bottles that most of us don’t like to handle when they are empty.
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ZeroWater generously sent me a 10 cup Filter Pitcher to try and review. Included with the ZeroWater 10 cup Filter Pitcher was an Ion Exchange Filter and Digital TDS Water Meter. A great feature of this pitcher is the pour spout on the end of the pitcher so you can place it in your refrigerator and get a glass full of cold water with the push of a button.
I used to think water was water except when I ran across sulfur water and then I knew it was yucky. But over the years after drinking bottled water for such a long time, I can generally tell if the water has a lot of particles in it just by how it taste and sometimes the way it smells. I figure that those sediments are what end up stuck in your ice cubes and attach to your coffee pot heating element making it burn out faster.
I have to think that all those particles floating around in your drinking water that it is kind of yucky when you think about it and not too healthy to boot. So trying the ZeroWater 10 Cup Filter Pitcher was a treat. I followed the directions exactly by washing the pitcher first then putting on the Ion Exchange Filter and gave it a go. This filtered water tasted refreshing and a whole lot better than any store bought bottles of filtered water.
ZeroWater’s patented 5-stage filter works by removing 99.63% of fine particles and sediment so you can enjoy great-tasting water right from your tap. I first measured how many dissolved solids were in my tap water with the Digital TDS Water Meter just to see how much junk was in my tap water. There were over 800 total dissolved solids in my kitchen sink tap water. Then I filled up the pitcher and let it do its work. After the water had gone through the filter I gave it a shot by tasting it and then used the Digital TDS Water Meter on it to see if the numbers were 000 and they were.
We also have a reverse osmosis water filtration system on our refrigerator and after testing that water the reading was 004. So the ZeroWater system even removed sediments from our filtered water that is suppose to be purified. Then my curiosity took over and I thought how about testing the bottled water we had in the refrigerator to see how much junk was in that water and I was amazed at the results. I had two different brands of bottled water so I poured some in a cup and tested both. Wanna guess what the results were? Now remember this is suppose to be purified filtered water in those bottles and one had 272 ppm and the other had 43ppm (parts per million).
Doing this testing has resulted in knowing we will be saving a lot of money by using the ZeroWater 10 Cup Filter Pitcher System to fill our water bottles instead of purchasing those plastic bottles. A nice feature of the ZeroWater Filter Pitcher is you can easily find it at one of your local stores like Walmart both in the US and Canada, Target, Home Depot US and Canada, Kohls, Costco and Meijers. If you want you can even order it from Amazon and get a home delivery.
Go check out ZeroWater as well as Twitter, You Tube and Facebook to learn all sorts of valuable information about the water you are drinking out of your tap. I can honestly say the ZeroWater 10 Cup Filter Pitcher is the greatest thing since the invention of ice and I will never trade it for anything.