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ZeroWater Pitcher Review

ZeroWater Pitcher Review

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ZeroWater was created when a mom got tired of dragging gallons of bottled water into her house from the grocery store. Her husband and son put their chemistry backgrounds to use and created the in-home water filtration system.

The ZeroWater pitcher is a filtration system like no other on the market. The multi-layer Ion exchange filter works to remove virtually all detectable dissolved solids

The TDS meter measures the presence of things like metals and flouride in your water.  The FDA requires that purified bottled water achieve a TDS reading of between 000-010. The ZeroWater water filtration system guarantees water at the 000 level, which means it removes almost all contaminants. (Each filter comes with a TDS meter)


I had never heard of Zerowater until I was doing a google search for a water filtration system. I had used another big name brand before and was unhappy with their system, so I knew I wanted something different this time. I stumbled upon ZeroWater and knew I had to try it. How could you not want this filtration system with all the great things it claimed to do?

When I received my ZeroWater pitcher I was very excited. As you all know I have a goal to become healthier this year and a water filtration system is just want I need to help with my water intake. Bottle water can get expensive and it’s a pain to carry up two flights of stairs.

I took my pitcher out of the box, washed it, screwed the filter on and filled it up. The one thing I noticed immediately was that the water came out super slow, but once I read that it’s because the filter is working to get out all of the contaminates it didn’t bother me anymore. I took a drink and tasted a difference right away. My water tasted so good and refreshing.

I then put my TDS meter to work. If you look at the map Colorado should have a reading of 051-200.

Tap water reading of 142.

ZeroWater reading of 000!

I am impressed and hooked! Very rarely does a product do what it claims to do, but this is not the case with ZeroWater. They said that your water would read 000 after going through their filter and they are correct.

I am very happy to be using this pitcher in my home and happy to know it cleans all of the impurities out of my water.

My family will only be drinking water filtered through our new ZeroWater pitcher!

{Buy It}

You can buy your own ZeroWater Pitcher Online or at Mass retailers such as Walmart, Target, and Bed Bath & Beyond! Pitchers retail for just $35+

Make sure to sign up for their savings so you can get coupons!

You can WIN a ZeroWater pitcher in my New Year New Me Giveaway! Head on over to enter!

*I was given a ZeroWater pitcher for review purposes. Regardless, all opinions are 100% my own! You can read my full Disclosure policy here.

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Saturday 28th of January 2012

Thanks for the great review. :)

sharon martin

Friday 27th of January 2012

Sounds like a great water filter, thanks for the post


Thursday 26th of January 2012

This looks great. We could go for a good water filter. Thank you~

Have Sippy Will Travel Mommy Blogger

Thursday 26th of January 2012

my husband would love this

Wendi B ~ Wendi's Book Corner ~ Rainy Day Reads (And More) In Seattle

Thursday 26th of January 2012

Wow - this sounds awesome :) I'm really picky about my drinking water, and even use filtered water in some recipes. I'm going to have to check this one out. Thanks!

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