ZeroWater’s 12 Cup Water Filter Jug +
It's 5 Stage Ion Exchange Filtration System Review.
The sun has got it's hat on, hip hip hip hooray! The sun has got his hat on and I'm coming out to play! More sun for me means feeling hotter which in turn means I need to drink water.
I'm not a huge fan of drinking tap water as it doesn't always taste very nice so I always add a drop of orange or blackcurrant cordial to make it taste better but now I don't have to as I've found a way to make my tap water taste better all by itself. Let me introduce you to my new best friend, my new 5 stage Ion Exchange Filtration system - ZeroWater's Filter Jug.
ZeroWater’s 12-cup water filter jug is the first in its class to benefit from a sealed lid and reservoir which allows filtered water to be poured while water which hasn’t yet been filtered remains in the reservoir. This adds a further 2 cups of capacity to the 10 cups of filtered water in the jug. It also features a one handed, pull and pour button spout for easy pouring from the fridge or for filling bottles. Unlike other leading water filter jugs, ZeroWater benefits from a patented, 5 stage Ion Exchange Filtration system which removes virtually all dissolved solids from your water. This provides great tasting water without the dissolved solids which may include Minerals, Salts, Metals, Chemicals and Runoff. Moreover, it reduces 99% of all Fluoride and other inorganics, such as Nitrates, from your water.
Four additional stages of water filtration ensure larger particles and other contaminants are removed, ensuring the filter delivers a “000” reading on the included laboratory grade water quality meter. I used the TDS Meter which is included with the jug to test my normal tap water and it read 055 which according to the chart is in the 'Typical' Range as most water in the UK falls into this grouping. The water looked fine and tasted ok but then I put it in the jug.
I love how quick the water filters through the jug, it hardly takes any time at all and is so easy to do. I took the jug out of the box, removed the lid from the filter and then screwed it into place. That was literally all there was to it, assembly wise and then I added my water.
I then tested my new filtered cup of water with the TDS Meter and it read 000.
ZeroWater Technology is the only water filtration system to remove 99.6% of TDS, equivalent to TDS in purified bottled water. But what is TDS I hear you ask? TDS stands for = Total Dissolved Solids which refers to minerals, salts, metals including lead, chemicals, fluoride and runoff polluting your drinking water. My new ZeroWater jug is now sitting in my fridge.
At £39.99 it won't be long before you harvest the benefits of your investment. It's compact design means it will fit neatly into your fridge door. Just think of the reduction in your plastic consumption, the positive impact on the planet and your pocket. No more plastic waste.
With Summer just beginning, now's the perfect time to think about the water you drink. I'm so glad I tried the ZeroWater Filter Jug as it's benefits are fantastic and now I can even drink water on it's own with nothing added to it as it tastes great just by itself, that's pretty cool.
The ZeroWater 12 Cup Water Filter Jug gets a firm thumbs up from us here!
Disclosure: I received my Filter Jug for free in return for an honest review.