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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Moved to a new location, water smelled funky I have had a few water filter/pitchers in my life. Most of that experience was in college. Since then I have moved to a new location for work and was hoping to find a solution to the "pew" smell/taste of the water. The mainstream solutions didn't work. I wanted clean water to drink and Zerowater nailed it. Nothing comes close to the purity and I am more than willing to pay a small premium for the best thing out there. It works great!
Date published: 2015-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value and a very good solution for water! I received a Zero water pitcher for Christmas one year and I've been hooked ever since! My wife used to drink tap water but she would have to use flavor packets to drown out the taste of chlorine and whatnot. For her birthday, I gave her a zero water pitcher (at the time the other one was given to my grandmother). Since that time my wife has been downing water more rapidly and reaching her recommended intake of almost a gallon per day without any flavor packets! We enjoy drinking fresh water at an affordable cost. More recently I discovered a "5 gallon" Zero water bottle for a water cooler that allows us to drink Zero water uninterrupted for at least 24 to 48 hours per fill (depending on how much we drink). This is much more convenient as we consume so much water now that the taste is so good that with the regular pitcher we would have to fill it pretty frequently. I still have the 10 cup pitcher at work, and my wife does too. Then at home, we have the water bottle. We highly recommend zero water products to all of our friends and family and we are trying to get people with a Brita to try the mini filter here. Also, someone here posted that the filters are too expensive. If you buy a 35 pack of bottled waters at $3.50 which is generally pretty low. We're talking about purified water here not spring water that has contaminates in it. It would be anywhere between $19 and $30 for 25 gallons or 40 gallons which is what each filter can service. Not to mention you can often get them cheaper than $15 and you don't have to deal with all that waste or taking bottles back to the store. Its a no brainer!
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent taste I decided to try this because I was looking for a 2nd water filtered product (I already have a Brita) to add, since we drink a lot of water here in FL and our tap water has a white film to it. So we boil our water and then use our water filtered pitcher. I can tell you the taste is great! It taste just like a bottle of spring water! The filter itself is a little heavier than I expected, but it's not too bad. And then little spigot is a little slower than expected, but with the amount of water we drink, I've just gotten used to pouring it out the regular way and not using the spigot. I'm very satisfied with this purchase!
Date published: 2016-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it. Been using mine for at least 3 years. I live in Massachusetts where the tap reads about 120 ppm so I get quite a good life out of my filter. Some on here complain of smell/taste. It's a filter! what it traps it stores. It's not the filters fault. It's your gross water! Mine has never had a funny smell or anything. The filter price is fine with me as I work in a hot environment so otherwise I'm spending two bucks a day on a gallon. Tastes just like bottled,Great product, bought one for my mom and she loves it too.
Date published: 2016-07-06
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