Tuesday, April 24, 2012

ZeroWater Pitcher Review & G!veaway

Right in time, after Earth Day start filtering your own water instead of buying bottled water with a ZeroWater Pitcher.  Easy and convenient, and was great to see the results, specially with the TDS Tester that it comes with, which shows you the amount of solids dissolved in your water.  Thought it was a very convenient tool, and was surprised with the results, as I tested out the different waters we drink.  We drink lots of water here, it is the main thing we drink around here so I was anxious to try the TDS meter right away.
I called my husband over so I can show him the tap water he likes to carelessly drink has a hundred plus reading on the TDS meter, but was pleasantly surprised that our tap water showed "33" as the results.  Meanwhile the bottled water I had at the time of testing had "87," not happy about that!?  Was actually upsetting to see that reading on bottled water- that I do depend on to be 'pure'.  After those startling results, we ran both through the filter that has a 5 stage dual Ion exchange filter system which features:
"Certified* to reduce Lead, Chromium & Mercury
Patented 5-Stage Dual-Ion Exchange filtration system
Ion-Exchange system that removes virtually all dissolved solids in your water
The FDA requires the TDS level in PURIFIED bottled water to reach 000-010ppm. ZeroWater is the only water filter in its class to achieve this level." 
convenient to store your TDS meter right on the lid of pitcher
After running through the filter and pouring through the convenient spout the pitcher features, was happy to say all showed a great "000" which all our drinking water should show as.  It tasted crisp and so clear, I was so upset at the pack of bottled water we had recently purchased (a different brand than the usual one we get) I ran all of it through the filter, and of course placed all bottles to recycle.
no guessing on when to change filters with the TDS meter
Overall I love the design of the pitcher and the most important part, how well it filters too.  It tastes so clear and crisp, to think I was missing out on really good "tasting" water before.  The convenient TDS meter definitely made us more interested in seeing the results and had us three standing in a triangle to see the results. LOL ;)

To purchase a ZeroWater pitcher yourself or more info click here.  Use code "blog15" (all lower case) to receive $15.00 off a 10-cup pitcher when you order through the ZeroWater website.

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*I received the item to review, no other compensation was given.  All opinions are 100% my own. 

33 comments:

  1. My family drinks about 6 gallons of water a week. I like the Zerowater pitcher because I can replace bottled water.

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  2. we drink a lot of water, my daughter loves cold water and drinks a few cups a day, i drink at least 8 and my husband drinks probably 6

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  3. Our family drinks at least 20 gallons a month - we have Lindyspring delivered to our home.

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  4. each of us go thru at least a liter a day.

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  5. We drink a lot of bottled water so having this would save us a lot of money:)
    Lexijo213 at yahoo dot com

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  6. I think I need a TDS meter to find out what I've been drinking.

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  7. We drink a few gallons a week.

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  8. We drink a few gallons a week I would guess. Plus we use filtered water for our coffee. The ZeroWater Pitcher would probably make our coffee pot and Keurig last MUCH longer!

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  9. i am buying bottle water and 3 cases a week

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  10. Hmm, there is only two of us, but at home we probably drink a pitcher of water once a day.  

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  12. I only like water not soda or juice so I drink about 3 glasses a day plus I use filtered water in my 4 cups of tea a day.

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  13. we drink a lot of water - bottled - got to get away from that

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  14. We drink A LOT of water. I think the picther will help me save money by not buying bottled

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  15. We don't drink enough I know that.  I like having a cold pitcher of water in the fridge and a pitcher of purified water would be delicious!

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  16. We drink LOTS of water, it is all we ever drink, so we really need this!

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  17. We have a britta pitcher right now and we refill it about five times a day. We probanly go through tbree gallons a day!

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  18. We drink many bottles of water, a pitcher would save money on all the bottles and help with all that extra garbage.

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  19. my family drinks a lot of water & I looked up our TDS score & it's 273 in our area!  So this would be awesome to win!

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  20. We go through about 2 gallons of water a day just for drinking while people are home but the water is gross. We are in TX, and during the drought this summer the water tasted like dirt and mold. Our reading on the website says 228.

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  21. we are working on that, trying to drink more and cleaner water everyday

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  22.  thats really cool, its even better then a brita cause it has a TDS tester! really cool! wow cant beileve bottled water was worse then ur tap! thats crazy!

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  23. My husband and I drink about 3 bottles each of water per day

    Wanda McHenry
    wbailey113@hotmail.com

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  24. I drink 3 or 4 bottles of water a day.

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  25. we drink about 10 bottles of water a day

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  26. Lindsey @ Wee ShareMay 7, 2012 at 5:27 PM

    We don't drink bottled water, but my girls and I drink water about 90% of the time. 
    Lindsey @ Wee Share

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  27. We drink 8-10 bottles a day.

    Maggie Ann True Armstrong
    maggie at pdclarion dot com

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  28. I drink 3-4 bottles of water a day!

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  29. My family drinks about one gallon of water a day.

    Thanks.

    Tim

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  30. I drink about 4 bottles of water on the pe field everyday it is very hot playing soccer with the kids

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  31. I like that this pitcher comes with the TDS meter that is easy to use.

    Norleans

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  32. we try to drink a lot of water.

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