I’ve have been thinking of getting a new water filter for months now. We used to have one but it’s a little smaller than what I wanted to have so I did not replace the filters. We buy bottled water which can take a lot of space in the refrigerator. It can also be expensive to buy bottled water and since we recycle, there’s the hassle of saving all the bottles till we take them to the recycling center. I got this ZeroWater 10-cup water filter last Friday afternoon and I was excited to use it. We’ve been using it for about three days now and I love the design of it. It has a pull-and-pour spout so I can just press the button to get water. It can easily fit in our refrigerator. I think the best feature of the ZeroWater aside from its filter capabilities it the laboratory grade TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) meter to test the water.
We were told that the tap water here is safe to drink but I still wanted to be on the safer side especially for RC. I also like the taste of the bottled water better than the tap water. Our tap water reads 200 using the meter. You can use ZeroWater.Com to look for the TDS Score of your tap water, just enter your zip code. You can leave a comment so we can compare. Using the website, mine reads 184.
After we place the water into the ZeroWater pitcher, it reads 000. The taste of water is also better after filtering with ZeroWater.
Eliminates all dissolved solids virtually
Lets you know when you should replace the filter
Patented 5-Stage ion exchange filter
Easy to assemble
Where to Purchase/Save on ZeroWater:
You can purchase ZeroWater Filter in Amazon, Target, Walmart and Home Depot. You can also purchase it at shopping2.zerowater.com and enter the coupon code MC30, which will give you 30% off a 10 Cup ZeroWater pitcher
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