ZeroWater’s first layer of filtration, activated carbon and oxidation reduction alloy removes the chlorine taste you are accustom to with tap water. The Ion Exchange stage removes virtually all dissolved solids that may be left over from public water systems or even leached into your water from piping such as Aluminum, Lead, Zinc, Nitrate and more. Three additional stages are included to remove other impurities and to ensure your water receives the appropriate amount of treatment time to deliver a “000” reading on your laboratory-grade Total Dissolved Solids meter included. ZeroWater: Advanced water filtration.
I wasn't sure what to think about ZeroWater until I actually tested it out to see that it really does work, it filters out all of the dissolved solids from the water and makes it taste great!!
Here is the pitcher and what it looks like:
The water goes through the top and filters to the main pitcher area as the particles are removed. There is also a handy spout to make it easier to dispense the water.
The pitcher came with a TDS meter to measure the particles dissolved in the water.
I did a little experiment with the ZeroWater pitcher, my tap water and the water from my fridge which is supposed to be filtered. I measured my tap water, my filtered refridgerator water and the ZeroWater.
Here are my results:
The tapcwater reading wa 144, which isn't all that bad but still kind of gross when you think of the particles that you may be drinking! I never really like how the tap water tastes so I stopped drinking it when we bought a fridge that has filtered water.
My fridge reading was 135, which is probably because we have yet to replace the filter in it yet...guess it's time to do that! The water from the fridge still tastes really good though.
and, finally, I tested out the ZeroWater pitcher and received the following reading:
Yup, it says 000!! It really does filter out the particles! The water tasted so crisp and clean too, I absolutely love it! Out of the three cups, the ZeroWater tasted the best, of course!
The ZeroWater website also has a water TDS reading (just enter your zip code) so you can see how the water measures in your area. Here is a reading from my zip code:
The reading for my tap water is 152...seems gross to me, but the TDS meter said 144 when I tested it so maybe I am getting better water than everyone else in the city! ;)
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I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of ZeroWater and received a water pitcher to facilitate my review, two pitchers to giveaway, and extra filters to thank me for taking the time to participate.