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ZeroWater 7 Cup ZP-007RP 1.7 Litre Blue Water Filter Jug | Fridge Door Design Water Jug with 5 Stage Filtration System, Water Filter Cartridge Included
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- 7 CUP WATER JUG: Enjoy cleaner, purer tasting water with our BPA-free, water filter jug. The included, free water quality meter lets you test your water, so you can have peace of mind knowing your filtered water is of a top quality
- FIVE STAGE WATER FILTRATION: Unlike many water filters and filtering jugs, ZeroWater filters use 5 stages of filtration, to bring you cleaner, better tasting water. Instead of carbon filtering only, our filters use Ion Exchange Technology to reduce contaminants
- NOT AN ORDINARY WATER FILTER: ZeroWater filters, filter water in 5 stages, the water filters are NSF certified to reduce lead and other heavy metals. The filter reduces metals, salts, minerals, chemicals and runoff to provide pure great tasting water
- GET MORE OUT OF YOUR WATER: Remove more contaminants from your water with ZeroWater's unique filtering system. The small water filter jug is designed to fit in standard UK fridge doors
- INCLUDES WATER QUALITY METER AND WATER FILTER: Lab Grade Digital Water Quality Meter included which will show you the exact Total Dissolved Solid reading of your water
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IS YOUR FILTER?
1. Removing Virtually All Dissolved Solids?
2. Delivering the Purest Tasting Water?
3. Certified for Lead & Chromium Reduction?
ZeroWater reduces more TDS than the leading brand, in total 99% compared to 50% of total dissolved solids. It is NSF Certified to reduce lead and other heavy metals.
ZeroWater developed a pour-through system, with an aim to deliver the best filtration possible with their premium five-stage ion exchange technology, this filter removes virtually all total dissolved solids, a claim which no other filter jug or dispenser can put their name on.
Reduces 99.6% Total Dissolved Solids
Third party tested to reduce Fluoride, Chloride and other inorganics. Premium 5-Stage Dual-Ion Exchange filtration system reducing virtually all dissolved solids in your water. The FDA requires the TDS level in PURIFIED bottled water to reach 000-010ppm. ZeroWater is the only filter in its class to achieve this level.
How The 5 Stage Filter Works
Stage 1: Coarse filter to remove fine particles/sediment.
Stage 2: Distributor that maximizes contact time.
Stage 3: Multi-layer system using activated carbon and oxidation reduction alloy.
Stage 4: Comprehensive ION EXCHANGE array.
Stage 5: Non-woven membrane to remove fine particles.
Key Systematic Filtration Process
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 such as Aluminum, Lead, Zinc, Nitrate and more.
Three additional stages are included to remove other contaminants, ensuring your water receives the appropriate amount of treatment time to deliver a "000" reading on your TDS meter.
What Can ZeroWater Do For You?
Works harder to remove more contaminants from your water.
Removes more TDS than your conventional filter.
Provides crisp and refreshing tasting water.
Provides the purest tasting water, improving your health and well-being by detoxing your body.
Our water gives you the same quality as distilled/purified water.
Ensures 99% reduction of fluoride found in your tap water.
The Proof Is In The Numbers
ZeroWater is certified to reduce lead below the standards as set by UK Water Services Providers (10μg/l). ZeroWater filters have been independently tested to reduce pharmaceuticals from your tap water.
Independently tested by an EPA certified lab for the reduction of fluoride with an overall reduction percentage of 99%.
Independently tested by an EPA certified lab for the reduction of Arsenic with an overall reduction percentage of 99%. Chloramine reduces expected life of a filter, ZeroWater filters and jugs have been independently tested to reduce it.
ZeroWater water filters are NSF certified to reduce Chromium 6 by 99.7%
When To Replace Your Filter
A crafty little feature of ZeroWater is that when the filter expires, it changes the acidity of the water ever so slightly to alert the user that it is time to get a new filter.
Too continue to experience the positive health effects of ZeroWater it is highly recommended that water filters are immediately replaced once water starts tasting acidic, has a fishy smell or your Water Quality Meter reads more than "006".
Describe your products in 3 words.
Water Filter Jug
How did you come up with the idea for this product?
ZeroWater is the only water filter jug that removes 99.6% of TDS. Total dissolved solids are salt, metals & contaminants, like Lead, Radium & Chromium that get into your drinking water from run-off or old piping.
What makes your product special?
ZeroWater products do so much more than provide you with tasty, filtered water. Our unique 5-stage filter removes
virtually all total dissolved solids (TDS), a claim which no other filter jug or dispenser can put their name to.
1) Delivers the purest tasting water
2) The only filter certified for Lead & Chromium reduction
3) 3rd party tested to remove 99% of Chlorine, Fluoride, Radium and Asbestos
What has been the best part of your experience?
Only ZeroWater removes virtually all dissolved solids from tap water, and we feel so passionate about it that we provide a free water quality meter with all of our jugs.
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The jug when full is quite heavy, but it does fit the fridge door well, is easy to pour from and – most importantly – doesn't dribble everywhere after you fill it. Fitting the filter to the jug requires care because it is plastic threaded and quite a hefty twist. Cross
threading is therefore an ever-present danger. At this stage, though, pretty pleased.
After a few weeks' use, I find we are not so happy. The weight of the jug is a bit of a problem, particularly for less strong wrists, and filling is a bit of a fiddle because you have to remove and park the lid which is then slightly tricky to re-fit whilst holding a completely full and rather heavy jug. Because this model lacks an indicator to tell you when to change the cartridge, you have to keep remembering to test the water with the meter. We found that when it did run out it did so quite suddenly, with the solids count escalating fast and the taste changing rapidly and not pleasantly. In our case, a filter lasted only about three weeks. My feeling is that this is a very good filter designed for larger containers with built-in metering and that they have adapted to squash this big heavy filter into a small fridge door jobbie, which tuns out to be a bit of a compromise. Back to Brita, I think, who have just improved their product.
Tap water: 236 ppm
Brita with new filter: 143 ppm
Zero Water with new filter: 0 ppm
It filters only a little slower than my Brita. I thought the Brita was actually doing better than these results show. I understand it will cost a fair bit more than just using the Brita but I cannot see the point in doing something that isn't actually working the way I want it to. I want to reduce my fluoride intake dramatically due to the association with brain damage, and clearly the Brita cannot do that.
I found the jug itself to be well made and designed, just as good as my Brita one. I have been using it for 2 weeks now and no unusual odours. My guess is that might be something in the water in some areas that is too weak to smell in tap water but once filtered out in quantity might be responsible for the odour. If that's true than it means it is actually doing a good job. The only problem I have found is that some of the top layer filter material, like small black particles come out into the top tray, where you add the water. I never see any in the actual filtered water, so it's only the top layer of filter material. There are only occasional particles and I don't see any reason for worrying about it, given that spring water filters through layers of rock and whatever else.
It will work out cheaper to buy the filters in packs of four. I am hoping that filtering with a Brita first will double the lifetime of a Zero Water filter, which will make the cost less than buying bottled water. Overall I am very satisfied, and happy to put in a little extra effort to keep all that muck out of my body.
It does exactly as it says - if you believe the TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) readings on the water quality meter that comes with it. :) We live in an extremely hard water area of the UK and our readings before filtering the water were 436. A bottle of bought mineral water tested at 127. A bottle of natural spring water I filled up directly from from the ground near Glastonbury (sold to tourists as a tonic) tested at 215. The filtered water from the Zerowater filter tested at 0. A month on it's now testing at 11.
All I would say is that the water does become "tasteless" as everything gets filtered out. Great for making drinks with but a bit strange just as plain water. Also bear in mind that it allegedly takes out everything - good and bad. We get a huge amount of the minerals, etc..that our bodies need via drinking water so if you're only going to drink completely filtered water then make sure you adjust the rest of your diet accordingly.
Water tastes very good. Tea and coffee now actually taste nice. However after a short period of time every cartridge starts to release carbon granules and small plastic looking micro beads into the top filler section. The problem is also that upon checking I found one or two of these particles in the filtered water! I see this has been mentioned before so its obviously not an isolated incident. I'm assuming the particles get into the bottom section when the jug is filled to quickly or if water is poured before the water has fully filtered into the bottom. OK I can accept that perhaps more care should be taken but this should not happen.
Its going in the bin.