Friday, August 13, 2010

ZeroWater Review

"ZeroWater® filters produce the only filtered water that meets the FDA definition for purified bottled water. So you get purified-quality water without the plastic bottles or the high cost. Bottled water in the supermarket can cost you anywhere from $2.50 per gallon to over $8.00 per gallon. Once you start using the ZeroWater® unit, it only costs 50 cents per gallon to have purified-quality water."

I received a ZeroWater pitcher for review.

As most of you know, I had gastric bypass earlier this year. Since my surgery, water has become a very important part of my life. I found that I was buying bottled water at each trip to the grocery store. Now that I look back on it, I spent a lot of money on those bottles of water! Since I received the ZeroWater pitcher, I have been saving tons of money!

Now all I have to do is fill up my pitcher with water, wait for the filtration system to do it's job, and then pour the newly filtered water into my cup.

Here is a little information about how the ZeroWater pitcher works:
"ZeroWater water filters utilize a patented 5 stage Ion Exchange system that removes 100% of detectable dissolved solids and provides more complete filtration than conventional carbon water filters. ZeroWater is the ONLY filtered water that meets the FDA definition for purified bottled water. In side by side tests, ZeroWater scores a perfect 000 for detectable dissolved solids as measured by a TDS meter. Products include pitcher water filters, cooler systems, replacement water filter cartridges and laboratory grade TDS meters. *Filtered potable tap water tested by an independent lab (not the FDA) to meet specifically the water quality requirements for using the label "purified". †Compared to water produced by leading gravity fed filters."

I have really had fun testing all types of water with the TDS meter that comes with the pitcher. The water from my tap scored a disgusting 161. Yuck.

I tested my first glass of ZeroWater as soon as it was ready and it scored a perfect 000! I almost couldn't believe it. So I poured another glass and got the same results! Very impressive!

I would highly recommend this for anyone. I think the ZeroWater pitcher would be perfect for parents who are bottle feeding, so that you know the quality of the water you are adding to your child's bottle.

BUY IT! You can purchase your own ZeroWater pitcher for just $35 at http://www.zerowater.com/ .

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