Monday, January 11, 2010

ZeroWater Pitcher - Review and Giveaway CLOSED

When you buy a Zero Water filter pitcher we include a laboratory-calibrated water tester—called a TDS meter. TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids, and represents the amount of dissolved substances in parts per million in the water we drink. These substances can negatively affect the way your water tastes. Unlike conventional gravity-fed water filters, Zero Water’s patented 5-stage ion-exchange filter delivers the only filtered water to measure absolute 000 on the TDS meter. Compare that to the level in your tap water, even after being filtered through the leading filter pitchers. (from website)

I drink a lot of water during the day to make up for my Diet Coke addiction. For a long while, each New Year, I would resolve to give up the Diet Coke and each year, within a week of making my resolution, I'd be chugging another 2-liter. Three years ago, I finally hit on a resolution I could keep - for each serving of Diet Coke I have during a day, I would have two glasses of water to make up for it. I'm averaging about 150 ounces of water a day :) I don't mind the tap water in our house, but as our City supply is pulled from the Mississippi (she's not called the Big Muddy for nothing :) I wonder how many contaminates are in it, even with our city's wonderful filtration system. While I like bottled water, and am sure it is better for me than tap, I hate to spend that much money on water. Plus, I hated throwing out so many plastic bottles.










I recently had the chance to try the ZeroWater Pitcher, and I've definitely found the happy medium between tap and bottled water! The ZeroWater Pitcher is the only filtered water from a pitcher that meets the FDA definition for purified bottled water.

The ZeroWater Pitcher is very easy to use - you just tightly screw the filter cartridge to the water reservoir, place into pitcher, fill reservoir with cold water (do not use hot water) and allow the water to pass through filter. I've found I have to fill the reservoir twice to completely fill the pitcher. Filtration does take awhile as it is passing through a 5 stage filtration system, but I just leave it on the counter and place it in the fridge later. I love that this pitcher has a push-button for in-fridge dispensing.

I used the TDS meter to test my tap water (water glass on the left), and had a reading of 182 which is normal for tap water (most water in the USA falls into the 051 - 200 range). I then used the TDS meter to test the ZeroWater Pitcher water (water glass on the right) - I couldn't get a 000 reading (even with rinsing my glass with filtered water), but did consistently get a 001, which is a fantastic improvement over unfiltered tap water.

Connect:

You can check out Fox 13 News Takes the ZeroWater Challenge or Fox 13 News Confirms - ZeroWater removes 100% of detectable dissolved solids from your water.

Purchase:

ZeroWater Pitchers can be purchased at select retailers for $30.00 - $35.00. Check out their special offers for coupons.

Win!

ZeroWater is offering one SSF&G reader a ZeroWater Pitcher (Includes one Pitcher, one filter, and one TDS meter) of their own! Giveaway is open to US Residents and ends 1/24. Winner selected via random.org and will have 48 hours to respond. Prize provided, and shipped directly by, ZeroWater or their affiliate.

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Check out ZeroWater and share something from their site (another product, something interesting, etc.).

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I received product(s) free to review - the opinion in this post is entirely my own.

240 comments:

  1. A gallon of water only costs 50 cents whereas bottled water a gallon can cost over $2.50

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  5. Q. When was ZeroWater® developed?
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  7. I like the ZeroWater®COMBO ZeroWater® Bottle Filtration System (Starter Kit) & Z-Decanter (Glass Carafe Dispenser)

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  10. Zero Water’s patented 5-stage ion-exchange filter delivers the only filtered water to measure absolute 000 on the TDS meter. That's pretty remarkable.

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  13. I learned how the filter works: When water passes through the Ion Exchange Filters, the ions that you may not want in the water or may make the water taste bad are collected and exchanged with water ions, like hydrogen.

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  14. When it reades .0006 instead of 0000 - it's time to change the filter

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  16. I learned that the filters last for about 30 gallons of water

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  17. I saw you can register on their site for coupons

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  24. The ZeroWater Glass Carafe Dispenser looks pretty neat. The TDS meter would be cool too. I wonder what our tap water reads?

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  26. A gallon of water only costs 50 cents whereas bottled water a gallon can cost over $2.50.

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  27. I learned taht zerowater had 4 patents on it's products. That makes me think they are different than similar companies. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  29. Another product is the Filter Bottle

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  30. A gallon of water only costs 50 cents

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  35. I learned that as of 2008, ZeroWater holds 4 patents regarding our filters with additional patents pending.

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  37. I think that its great that the retail stores are common ones like target and home depot for two examples.

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  38. I learned that they have started the first recycling program in the U.S. among leading pitcher manufacturers for their filters.

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  39. A gallon of water is only 50 Cents!! Thanks for the chance.
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  40. I like that you can use your tester to monitor filter replacement: when your meter reads 006, it’s time to replace your Zero Water® filter. I'm always wondering when I should change the filter in the pitcher I use now.

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  42. Also use your tester to monitor filter replacement: when your meter reads 006, it’s time to replace your Zero Water® filter.
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  46. There's an easy way to know when to change the filter...when the reading is .00006. I like that you don't have to play a guessing game. Thanks.

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  47. Zero Water’s patented 5-stage ion-exchange filter delivers the only filtered water to measure absolute 000 on the TDS meter

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  48. The ZeroWater Glass Carafe Dispencer looks very nice.

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  49. I learned I can test my water myself. Most importantly, I learned about this filter system itself. I had been looking at a PUR but now I am not so sure about that. I think I am too impressed with 000.
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  69. When you buy a Zero Water filter pitcher we include a laboratory-calibrated water tester—called a TDS meter. TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids, and represents the amount of dissolved substances in parts per million in the water we drink. These substances can negatively affect the way your water tastes.

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  70. Learned the Zero Water uses an Ion Exchange Technology as opposed to simple carbon only. Also
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  81. Filters work for 30 gallons of water!!

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  82. I learned from the FAQ that "The filter was developed in the early 1990's"

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  83. I love that Zero Water’s patented 5-stage ion-exchange filter delivers the only filtered water to measure absolute 000 on the TDS meter! Thank you!

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  87. I found it interesting that meter readings for tap water average between 75 and 300 and can go even higher. (Zero is better).

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  88. The Zero Water filtration system can save you money! On average, it would cost about 50 cents per GALLON for clean purified water with Zero Water. That is seriously cheap...and priceless for the peace of mind!
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  92. Q. How does the filter work?
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  94. i learned that the filtration system is created with materials that prohibit the growth of bacteria. that is wonderful! safe!

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  98. This filter was developed in the early 90's

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  102. If the number of your filtered water is above 006, it’s time to replace your filters. Thanks! staying_younger@yahoo.com

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  106. I like that you know it is time to change the filter when it reads .0006

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  107. I found it interesting that they have been around so long but I haven't ever heard of them.

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  108. I am a follower. I wish you have an email update option.

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  109. I didn't know that the filters had been around since the early 90's

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  115. According to ZeroWater, the average cost for a gallon of water is $0.50. Purchasing a gallon of water can cost up to $2.50.

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  118. "Even if a municipality were able to clean water to the extent that ZeroWater® does, the water can pick up chemicals on its way from the treatment plant to the faucet, which gives tap water that typical taste. ZeroWater® tastes crisp and refreshing. " I still sorta wonder how it tastes

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  119. I learned that the filter was developed in the early 1990's. :)

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  127. IF the TDS meter doesn't show all zeros... then its not ZeroWater... (and it's not pure!)

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  128. Zero Water’s patented 5-stage ion-exchange filter delivers the only filtered water to measure absolute 000 on the TDS meter. I think that's great and would love to try this!

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  131. The ZeroWater® technology was first developed to solve a mother’s fatigue from dragging gallons of bottled water jugs home from the grocery store. A father and son put their respective manufacturing and chemistry backgrounds to use to develop an in-home water filtration solution to meet the mother’s approval.

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  132. I learned that I can purchase the ZeroWater Z-decanter at Home Depot for only $19.99

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  133. I saw that you can purchase it at Target and Home Depot-great when you need replacement filters!

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  135. I found this very interesting: Meter readings for tap water average between 75 and 300 and can go even higher. Conventional water filters only take out a small portion of these dissolved solids which can cause bad tastes.

    The ZeroWater filter ensures that the reading is 0 as it should be.

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  139. ZeroWater® filters produce water that is a similar purity level to that produced from an RO system. Thanks.

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  141. I learned that "TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids, and represents the amount of dissolved substances in parts per million in the water we drink"...

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  142. i really like their cleaning kit. i use kentwood water and i'd love to use it to clean the inside of my dispenser.

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  144. I learned that ZeroWater holds 4 patents regarding their filters with additional patents pending!

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  145. This product has been around for 10 years and this is the first I have heard about it. Thanks for the opportunity

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  146. I thought this was interesting on their site.
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    A. As of 2008, ZeroWater holds 4 patents regarding our filters with additional patents pending."

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  148. The ZeroWater system was developed in the 1990s. They were ahead of their time

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  149. You can register for $30 worth of coupons at the ZeroWater website. Thanks!

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  150. I found it intersting that I can get the filters at my local Target. So glad.

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  151. The amount of dissolved solids in tap water varies across the country. Zero will work with you for an economic solution if you live in an area that is extremely bad.

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  154. love to win this , I just gave away my Britta because my daughter though the water tasted funny. I learned how the filter works: When water passes through the Ion Exchange Filters, the ions that you may not want in the water or may make the water taste bad are collected and exchanged with water ions.

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  155. zero was develope in the 1990's ty

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  160. ZeroWater filters were developed in the early 1990's.

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  161. Wow who knew---that if the TDS meter doesn't show all zeros... then its not ZeroWater.
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  165. I learned that the company is located in Bensalem, Pennsylvania.

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  166. ZeroWater® Bottle Filtration System seems like a reasonable purchase if you buy a lot of bottled water from a service

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  167. I found this interesting: Q. What does the TDS meter do?
    A. The TDS meter helps put a number on what your taste buds already tell you about what’s in water. The higher the reading on the water, the more things dissolved in water. It shows the total number of detectable dissolved solids. For more information on the meter, you can visit tdsmeter.com

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  169. I like your 5-Stage ION exchange filters. Sounds very healthy. Makes me want to drink more water!
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  172. Though we are lab-certified for 22.5 gallons per filter under the strictest conditions, our customers tell us that one filter will treat about 30 gallons of water if their tap water is 200 ppm TDS. The lower the TDS, the longer the filters will last.

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  174. I learned that As of 2008, ZeroWater holds 4 patents regarding our filters with additional patents pending.
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