We all know that the weather is changing and as it’s getting warmer and warmer we always turn to water as a good refreshment.
A couple of weeks ago I was fortunate to receive this ZeroWater Pitcher to try out. And I may say that it was perfect timing.
But, What Is ZeroWater?
ZeroWater is a 5-Stage advanced water filtration that is very different from traditional carbon-based 2-Stage filtration. It may filter slower as the 5-Stage technology workers harder to remove more impurities from your tap water.
This pitcher is as describe on their website: ZeroWater’s 12-cup Ready-Pour™ pitcher is the first in its class that has a sealed lid and reservoir, making it possible to pour water that has already been filtered without spilling water that’s still filtering. This means the reservoir can now be kept full, adding a full two cups’ capacity to the existing 10-cup design. It also features a one-hand, pull and pour button spout for easy bottle filling.
With the pitcher you will also get the TDS (total dissolved solids) meter that provides a digital measurement of dissolved solids in your water.
With all this said, I was ready to put my new ZeroWater pitcher to the test. I got tap water, a bottled water and water from ZeroWater.
We just pour a little bit of water for testing and using our TDS digital meter we were ready for incredible results.
Here is the TDS level scale for your reference.
I think that is pretty awesome that I we can have the opportunity to filter our water and make sure it is totally TDS free.
Here in New York City the water in our schools is not safe to drink. We are the ones the purchase bottles of water every week so my son can take his own water. Now, he can take water from home and we safe on the bottles.
Would you give ZeroWater a try?
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